Students come to Hastings University for an immersive experience of art

Hastings, Nebraska (Press Release)-Hastings College will welcome 68 students to campus next week as part of an open space for an immersive experience of visual and performing arts, with students from Nebraska, Colorado, Arizona, and Iowa on Sunday. Arrive at the campus. Participate in various art experiences until the morning of June 12th and June 18th (Saturday).

Immersion programs are designed for future artists, musicians, spians, writers and speech athletes who complete their second or third year of high school. This is a great way to expand a student’s hands-on experience in the arts. Creative writing and speech are both new open space initiatives this year.

For visual arts, a public show of student work will be open to the public with parents during the gallery reception and brunch at JDAC from 10am to 11am on Saturday, June 18th.

Performing arts students will host their final performance at the Scott Studio Theater from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday, June 18th. This is also open to the public.

This year, the Faculty of Arts at Hastings College selected 34 students to participate in the open space for visual arts, and the Faculty of Music, Drama, Language and Literature selected 34 students for the performing arts track. .. Both were competitive application processes. Students have the social and civic opportunity to live in campus dormitories and engage in the arts during the experience.

Selected visual arts students work directly with Hastings College art instructors in the fields of blown glass, ceramics, sculpture, painting and graphic design.

During the week, students will not only engage in hands-on applied learning, but will also have individual time to create at the Jackson Dinsdale Art Center (JDAC), a prestigious arts facility in the region.

Students selected to participate in the open space for the performing arts join a group of their peers for a daily rotation schedule featuring small groups and individual lessons, creative time and feedback. increase.

Each student spends daily time in selected community-specific technique classes, including small group sessions for woodwinds, drama, voice, creative writing, and speech.

Students in both groups also participate in daily electives to choose their course. Some electives are one-day and some are multi-day. This summer’s electives include experimental music. Famous portrait recreation. Includes painting backgrounds, makeup techniques, historical costumes and more. Digital illustration and animation. Abstract painting; how to speak in front of people. Keyboard for non-musicians Learn the piano in 3 days, presenting the basic skills of musicianship. 1 minute sculpture; pinch pot and self-concept; song and voice health for non-singers; how to market as an artist or performer.

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The students selected for the open space for visual arts are:

  • Cassidy Benjamin, Superior, Nebraska
  • Ashlin Chipperfield, Alliance, Nebraska
  • Claire Dlouhy, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Theresa Fetterman, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Ximena Garcia, Grand Island, Nebraska
  • Esperanza Garcia, Papillion, Nebraska
  • Alexandra Goad, Gothenburg, Nebraska
  • Aspen Graves, Chadron, Nebraska
  • Andrew Hare, Bennington, Nebraska
  • Evie Howard, Bennington, Nebraska
  • Kaia Johnson, Ravenna, Nebraska
  • Brianna Jorgenson, Orleans, Nebraska
  • Katrice Lyons, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Ruby Mabbitt, Council Bluffs, Iowa
  • Olivia Manke, Bellevue, Nebraska
  • Marissa McLang, Elwood, Nebraska
  • Lily Messina, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Peyton Miller, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Scout Mueller, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Regina Nams, Fort Calhoun, Nebraska
  • Marcel Nash, Papillion, Nebraska
  • Anna Palmer, Bellevue, Nebraska
  • Moira Lariden in North Platte, Nebraska
  • Zoey Rhynalds, Minden, Nebraska
  • Sasha Robinson, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Taylor Schnase, Hastings, Nebraska
  • Janet Soto Samaniego, Hastings, Nebraska
  • Sam Stevens, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Andrea Waller, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Annika Warn, Evergreen, Colorado
  • Carson Weiss, Hastings, Nebraska
  • Breanna Wieneke, Elkhorn, Nebraska
  • Roselight, Nickerson, Nebraska
  • Anna Zentz on Grand Island, Nebraska

The students selected as open spaces for performing arts are:

  • Donovan Andrews, Chapel, Nebraska
  • Laureano Avalos Diaz, Cleats, Nebraska
  • Addison Bryant, Anselmo, Nebraska
  • Maria Cornelius, Alvada, Colorado
  • Thérèse Daly, Lakewood, Colorado
  • Alex DeKay, Wood River, Nebraska
  • Charlie Ill, West Point, Nebraska
  • Faith Evahard, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Lydia Edmonds, Gretna, Nebraska
  • Mary Emmerich, Kearney, Nebraska
  • Caitlyn Enderle, Aurora, Nebraska
  • Page Fisher, Scottsbluff, Nebraska
  • Rebecca Ford, Courtland, Nebraska
  • Claire Fuqua, Woodland Park, Colorado
  • Page Garmer, Gretna, Nebraska
  • Dusty Harris, Dunning, Nebraska
  • Sally Joiner, Humboldt, Nebraska
  • Breann Kelly, Sutton, Nebraska
  • Gracie Lee, Minden, Nebraska
  • Hayden Maze, Air, Nebraska
  • Brenna Macadam, Seward, Nebraska
  • Bella Meyer, Albion, Nebraska
  • Nolan Murray, Omaha, Nebraska
  • William Paxton, Stuart, Nebraska
  • Caitlin Peterson, Gering, Nebraska
  • Kenji Petr, Glenville, Nebraska
  • Benjamin Rosamitch, Kearney, Nebraska
  • Christine Scarlet, Hastings, Nebraska
  • Mikayla Schroeder, Sumner, Nebraska
  • Ethan Stanton, Kearney, Nebraska
  • Josie Steele, Kearney, Nebraska
  • Hannah Thomas, Glendale, Arizona
  • Clara Waychoff, Mesa, Arizona
  • Emi Wesselman, Omaha, Nebraska

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