Artist Talks and Receptions
Bone Creek Museum
believes in the importance of giving artists an opportunity to showcase their work. Artists share with audiences their
intentions, inspirations, and creative process at the museum.
Receptions are held for exhibitions and are announced in our quarterly newsletter and through postcard mailings.
Check our Facebook page as well as our website for further information about upcoming receptions.
Artist workshops provide guests with an even closer look into the creative process with interactive and hands-on programming that will immerse you in fine art and agrarian heritage.
In April 2013, Michael Albrechtsen of Kansas and Michael Bingham from Utah led a three-day Plein Air workshop in the Butler County area for artists from the entire region.
In 2010, John Roush gave a workshop about how to get into juried exhibitions and tips for creating a portfolio. In the spring of 2011, two exhibiting artists provided workshops back
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the ‘Events’ page for upcoming programs.
Humanities Presentations and Panel Discussions are educational experiences that allows visitors to learn and discuss the content of exhibitions.
In March 2013, for example, Nancy Gillis presented The Voices of Native American Women. Nancy Gillis
is the director of the John G. Neihardt foundation. Ms.Gillis is also a teacher on faculty at Wayne State College, the Nebraska Indian Community College and Northeast Community College. She teaches U.S. history and Native American history and culture. Bone Creek hosted her presentation with support from the Nebraska Humanities Council through which Ms. Gillis shares her deep knowledge about Native American culture at schools and civic groups throughout Nebraska.
These discussions often turn to the realities of agrarian life and the changing physical and economic environment. Stay tuned to our Events page to learn
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School and Group Tours
Professional and volunteer art
docents lead school and civic groups through tours of the museum’s permanent collection and changing exhibitions gallery. Tours can be catered to all ages and curriculum needs. Guided tours are a great way to learn more about each piece of art and gather a more complete perspective of Agrarian Artist’s impact in Art History. To schedule a tour today contact Education Director, Anna Nolan at [email protected].
Summer Art Workshops
Butler County Arts Council provided art workshops for adults and age 8 and older at David City Aquinas High School art room July 29 – 31.
Art and Writing Contests for Students
Bone Creek Museum cultivates and celebrates artistic expression in young people. The museum periodically sponsors art competitions and writing contests for students. The ‘News’ page will alert you to upcoming contests and contest results. Participants of a recent Writing Contest in conjunction with John Roush: Meditations from Missouri took home Bone Creek
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Bone Creek Art Library and Archives
The Wayne Soukup Art Literature Collection is the cornerstone of the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art Library. The museum also holds resources to learn about agrarianism and the arts through a collection of books and periodicals. The archives
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Plein Aire Artist Workshop
Friday – Sunday, APRIL 12 – 14, 2013
Our 5th anniversary celebrations begin Friday, April 12 through Sunday, April 14, 2013. Bone Creek is hosting an artist workshop. Acclaimed painters Michael Bingham, of Salt Lake City, and Michael Albrechtsen, of Kansas City, will be the instructors for the weekend. Itinerary includes painting sessions in various outdoor locations around Butler County, a museum reception, and group meals.
Scenic agrarian locations in Butler County
- Hilltop Farm
- British White Cattle homestead
- Home on a lake with waterfowl and other wildlife
- Farm with rolling hills and water
Space for painting indoors will be available in case of inclement weather.
Michael Bingham and Michael Albrechtsen have much in common. Both men were born in Utah and pursued careers in art. Both artists were hired by Hallmark Cards, Inc. in Kansas City and developed a bond of friendship.
Both left Hallmark to pursue careers in fine art and have experienced success in painting images that they love. Their friendship has grown as they have traveled to many locations to paint and teach artist workshops together. Often their images include the beauty of nature, farmlands and farm animals. Their work has been featured in a wide variety of art shows and magazines and sold in galleries around the U.S. These artists share a passion for art and they love sharing their knowledge and skills with others in a fun and energetic workshop experience.
Register: Three steps to register by March 22:
1. Complete our registration form by clicking HERE
2. Workshop fee: $275 per participant. Make checks or money order payable to Bone Creek Art Museum
Complete the release of liability form by clicking HERE: All participants must sign a release of liability agreement to participate.
Please send registration form, payment and
release of liability to
Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art, 575 E Street, David City, NE 68632
release of liability to
After you register you will be sent a confirmation
packet that includes:
packet that includes:
- Dining locations and a flexible schedule of complimentary meals provided over the three-day workshop
- A list of suggested materials that participants are responsible for bringing, although you may choose to work in a variety of media
- A map of plein aire locations
Participants will have an opportunity to be involved in group critiques and discussions. This will be a workshop centered on fun, camaraderie, and learning from one another.
Participants are responsible for lodging, travel and most meals
Call Anna Nolan at 402/367-3709 or 402/367-4488 for information about lodging in David City area homes offered by hosts and supporters of Bone Creek.
1981 North 4th St
David City, NE 68632
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2575 Progressive Rd, Seward, NE, 68434
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