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SUMMER JOBS FOR MEN AND
WOMEN - Make Application now!
Good Jobs as Summer Camp Coun
i?!ois in Estes Park, Colo. Starting
salary $400 up plus room, board.
and uavel allowance for June 13
to August 12. Wiite Chelev Colo
rado Camps, Dept. C, P.O. Box
Gb?5, Denver, Colo. 80206. Give
information concerning skills, pre
vious campinq, or counsolmo exDer-
njnce. Minimun age 19 before June
Peisonal interview on campus in
January with those who have com-
ntated our application.
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Two projects designed to assist local artists currently are
unuerway at tne riaymarket Art uallery.
A scholarship fund for students who wish to pursue a
course of instruction at an educational institution that
includes visual arts as a part of the curriculum has been
A S200 stipend will be awarded to the selected student.
Applications must be submitted by Dec. 20.
Any student who will graduate from high school by Aug.
15, 1974, is eligible for the scholarship. Applicants must have
a goal for further study in fine arts or allied fields and must be
able to demonstrate need for the scholarship.
In addition to the application, a maximum of six pieces of
two or three-dimensional work must be submitted to the
gallery by March 11, 1974. From these, a student show will be
selected and hung March 17-31, and the final winners (the
scholarship winner and first and second alternatives) will be
selected from the show.
The two-dimensional work should be matted or framed
ready for hanging, with names and addresses on the back.
An artist-in-residence program for the year 1974 is also
being planned by the gallery.
Applications and samples or slides of work should be
submitted to the gallery by Dec. 15. Selection also may
require a personal interview.
The program will provide a rent-free studio at the gallery
for one year; a monthly stipend of $50; and a four-week,
one-man show during the year.
In turn, the gallery will require that all work produced at
Haymarket be shown exclusively through Haymarket auspices,
and commissioned work will be arranged through the gallery.
The selected artists also will be asked to teach one
three-hour class per week at Haymarket for a maximum of 30
The panel which will select the artist will include Mrs. Dale
Ganz, art instructor at Culler Junior High School; Reinhold
Marxhusen, professor of art, Concordia College; and Roscoe
Shields, associate professor of elementary education at UNL.
Will be at the Omaha
Civic Auditorium Music Hall
Friday, Nov. 30, 8:00
Tickets on sale at Audit. Box Office
5.50 - 4.50 - 3.50
(UNL Students will get $2.00 Discount)
a mock-rock musical
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1ST 1st LINCOLN SHOWING OF WIS
FANTASTIC JANUS FILMS PRESENTATION
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