Arts, film and music festival on campus on May 13 | Nebraska today

Lincoln Artists: Collective Interactive Gallery is hosting a festival of local artists from 4-11 p.m. May 13 at the Temple Building.

THE CIGARETTE is a multimedia art gallery project that brings together as many types of art as possible to get to know each other in the community. The goal of the project is to give people a unique opportunity to see and experience art in a tangible way that makes them feel like they too could and would be interested in making art.

The festival will feature food, fine arts, music and film. The schedule is as follows:

  • Tea Party, 4-6 p.m., outside the Temple Building, near the “Torn Notebook” sculpture — Enjoy creations by local food artists from plates by local ceramic artists. Tarot card readings and henna will be offered. Accepted animals.

  • Gallery Space, 6-8 p.m., Temple Building Lab Theatre, Room 304 — Admire and interact with visual arts such as paintings, drawings, ceramics, photography, sculpture and fashion from local Lincoln artists .

  • Film and Video, 8-9 p.m., Temple Building, Rooms 306 and 307 — Watch short films and other video material created by local Lincoln artists.

  • Music and Karaoke, 9-11 p.m., Temple Building, Room 304 — Watch local bands The Afterschools and Saving Fiona perform, then enjoy free karaoke for the public afterwards.

For more information about the festival or the collective, write to

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