Art students at Nebraska Wesleyan University receive individualized attention and easy access to well-equipped, health-conscious studio spaces in historic Rachel Ann Lucas Hall.
Art history classes meet in the Lucas multimedia classroom in which digital images, video, DVD, CD-ROM and web-based presentations enhance lecture material.
The Lucas Digital Studio, available solely for students enrolled in fine arts courses, is furnished with 15 Power Macintosh G4 computers, graphics and web-building software, flatbed and transparency scanners, CD-ROM burners, digital cameras, Wacom drawing tablets and access to the campus-wide Transparent LAN Internet Service with a 10Mb line via 10/100 Ethernet connections. High-end portfolio quality color printing is also available.
Kepler Gallery lines Lucas Hall’s main entryway and shows student work throughout the year.
The recently renovated Elder Gallery in the Rogers Center for Fine Arts is the university’s major exhibition space. It houses the university’s permanent collection and exhibits major student, faculty and juried shows.
Lux Center for the Arts
This exhibition space across the street from campus at 2601 N 48th Street is independent from Nebraska Wesleyan University, but regularly exhibits the work of NWU students and alumni.