University of Nebraska at Lincoln: Creating art in nature: Art at Cedar Point offers unique art class experience
September 19, 2018
Their art classroom for two weeks is located approximately 280 miles from either Richards Hall or Woods Art Building on campus at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s School of Art, Art History & Design. It is located in western Nebraska near the city of Ogallala and Lake McConaughy.
Art at Cedar Point is a two-week, interdisciplinary art course offered by the School of Art, Art History & Design each summer and taught at the university’s Cedar Point Biological Station, a field research facility and experiential classroom.
The station, in operation since 1975, “sits in the heart of the western high plains near the juncture of tall grass and short grass prairie, on the south edge of the Sandhills and the North Platte River Valley,” according to its website.
To read more, visit: https://arts.unl.edu/art/news/creating-art-nature-art-cedar-point-offers-unique-art-class-experience