Summer 2016 was the first year for two new aspects of Art at Cedar Point, a summer camp for local kids taught by UNL undergraduate students, and a public speaker series hosted by the Lake McConaughy Visitors Center and Water Interpretive Center. Funded by a grant from the Rural Futures Institute, these programs are back in 2017, and we invite everyone to attend!
Art Adventure Camp July 10-13 2017
Registration is open for this year's Art Adventure Camp!
Sign up now for four days filled with fun activities focused on the intersection of art and science. Email Nancy Armstrong, email@example.com by June 25 or text/call (308)289-6347 to register.
2017 will be our second year offering a public speaker series, in partnership with the Nebraska Water Center Foundation and Nebraska Game and Parks. Poet Steve Langan of Omaha, and artist Catherine Meier, a native of the Nebraska Sandhills, will present their work and its connection to landscape. Both events will be at the Lake McConaughy Visitors Center. These events are free and open to the public.