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Ken Ratner Collection at Bone Creek Museum

October 01, 2015

Posted by the Columbus Telegram A new exhibit, “A Feeling of Humanity: Western Art from the Ken Ratner Collection” opened Sept. 30 at Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. The exhibition featuring 74 paintings from the New York private collection will be on view through Jan. 3. Ratner, who has an extensive collection from the […]

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Ballad of the Farm Documentary

September 22, 2015

A short documentary film was produced about Bone Creek’s 2015 summer blockbuster exhibition, Ballad of the Farm. The film captures the mission of the museum, the close work that we do with contemporary artists, and the setting of the agrarian roots of David City. Ballad Youtube link

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Nebraska Passport series: Bone Creek Museum highlights rural life

September 06, 2015

Posted by the Omaha World Herald Art depicts lands, fields and those who have lived on them In this installment, we focus on Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art, David City. Best known for Founded by local volunteers in 2007, the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art is the only U.S. museum highlighting artwork that […]

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Gifts bolster Bone Creek

July 09, 2015

Published in the Columbus Telegram, July 1, 2015. It’s half way through the year 2015 and the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art’s collection has

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NET Interview on Ballad of the Farm: Then, Now, Tomorrow

June 14, 2015

Guest Curator James Jones, with Amanda Mobley Guenther, was interviewed on NET Radio’s Friday Live to announce the opening reception of Ballad of the Farm: Then, Now, Tomorrow. Listen to the podcast from May 22

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