Summer Art Workshops
Butler County Arts Council provides art workshops for adults and age 8 and older at David City Aquinas High School art room July 29 – 31. Register by July 15.
Sign-in each morning at 8:30 am and at 12:45 if attending only an afternoon class. Morning sessions are 9 am to noon. Afternoon sessions 1 – 4 pm.
Forms with more information
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available at the museum, Chamber of Commerce, or at the David City Public library.
Prairie Grass Portraits
Thursday, Aug 14 at 5:30 pm Prairie Grass Portraits reception with Kristine Allphin Brakenhoff and presentation on Gardening with Nature In Mind by Bob Henrickson, Nebraska Statewide Arboretum
July 2 – November 2, 2014
Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art will exhibit Prairie Grass Portraits by batik artist Kristine Allphin Brackenhoff July 2 through November 2, 2014 at the museum in David City.
Educational programs will enhance the public’s experience of the exhibition. On July 8 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm area 4-H club members will participate in a two-hour workshop led by Justin Evertson, Green Infrastructure Coordinator at the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum. The hands-on workshop will help 4-H members learn to identify and tend native grasses which contribute to a healthy ecosystem. Members of area 4-H Clubs will contribute volunteer hours to plan and begin building a mini native prairie in the back yard of Bone Creek Museum.
On August 14 at 5:30 pm Horticulture Program Coordinator at the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum Bob Henrickson will provide a presentation entitled, Gardening with Nature In Mind. The presentation and reception at Bone Creek Museum is open to the public and free of charge.
Kristine Allphin Brakenhoff has been working in fine art batik since 2011. “It didn’t take long to realize these prairie grasses, like the river, were the perfect subject to be expressed in this unpredictable medium of batik,” said Kristine. She has received acclaim within batik circles and her work is in collections as far away as Sri Lanka, where batik is highly praised. Prairie Grass Portraits is Kristine’s latest series in response to her exploration of her new home near Hastings, Nebraska. This exhibition and its accompanying educational program is meant to cause the viewer to reflect on the importance of preserving Nebraska’s native grasses.