The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 25, 1974, Page page 2, Image 2

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The 1974 All-State Fine Arts
program for high school stu
dents at the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln will conclude
this week with concerts, dance
performances, art exhibits,
convocations and the final
All-State Recital featuring the
All-State Band, Chorus and
The All-State Band, under
the direction of Jack Snider,
and the 100-member All-State
Chorus, under the direction of
Raymond Miller, will perform
in concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in Kimball Recital Hall.
A dual concert featuring the
All-State Symphony Orchestra,
Emmanuel Wishnow conduct-
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ing, and the All-State Dancers
will be presented at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Kimball Recital
The orchestra portion will
begin the program with per
formances of "Prelude and
Quadruple Fugue" by Alan
Hovhaness; the first movement
of Schubert's Unfinished Sym
phony (Allegro moderato); and
"The Great Gates of Kiev" from
Moussorgsky's "Pictures at an
The All-State Dancers whose
instructors during the three
week All-State program have
included Barbara Mason of the
NU Physical Education Depart
ment and Peggy Lyman of the
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Martha Graham Dance Studios
in New York City, will present
a two-part program. Beginning
dancers in the All-State pro
gram will present perform
ances of several .dance selec
tions, while the advanced
students will provide a demon
stration of classroom tech
niques in ballet and modern
The All-State program will
conclude Friday with the
All State Final Concert, featur
ing performances by each of the
major music ensembles formed
during the three-week pro
gramthe All-State Orchestra,
Chorus, and Band. The concert
will be held in the Sculpture
Garden of the Sheldon Mem
orial Art Gallery at 7:30 p.m.
Other events during the
week will include an art exhibit,
to be held in Abel Sandoz
Residence hall; "Acting Scenes"
by All-State drama students at
9 a.m. Friday in the Nebraska
Union; and a debate tourna
ment at 10:30 a.m. Friday in
Westbrook Music Building.
A final dinner for Ali-Staters,
their parents, University of
Nebraska Regents and admini
strators will be held at 5 p.m.
Friday in Abel-Sandoz Dining .
art featured
The Sheldon Memorial Art
Gallery at the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln began show
ing a series of summer
exhibitions of western art
Sunday (June 23).
On display through Aug. 4
will be works from the
collection of William liarmsen
of Denver, Colo., whose pri
vately owned paintings include
more than C00 examples of
western art.
Although the mountain
plains are rich in public
collections of western art, there
is little opportunity for most
people lo see the many private
collections in the area.
The particular distinction of
the Harmsen collection is in the
fact that while the traditional
criteria of quality have not been
ignored they have been applied
at a number of levels of
The exhibition is sponsored
by the Nebraska Art Associ
ation and the First National
Bank of Lincoln. A small
sample of the pictures will be
on view in the bank lobby
throughout the exhibition.
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' Tuesday, June 25
Texibookmen's Exhibit, 8:00
a.m. -4:00 p.m., Student Union.
Elementary Education forum,
"A Former Teacher Assesses
Education in Nebraska",
speaker: State Senator Frank
Lewis, 1:00-2:00 p.m.. Student
Union auditorium. All-State
Band and Chorus Concert, 7:30
p.m., Kimball Recital Hall.
Pioneers of Modern Painting
series, "Edouard Manet", 7:00
p.m., Sheldon Art Gallery.
Sheldon Art Gallery.
Wednesday, June 26
Master's theses due in
graduate office for 1st session.
Textbookmen's Exhibit, 8:00
a.m.-12:00p.m,, Student Union.
Pi Lambda Theta luncheion,
noon, Student Union. State
Dance Recital and Orchestra
concert, 7:30 p.m., Kimball
Recital Hall. Summer Film
Safari, "New Films for Child
ren", 12:00-1:30 p.m., Student
Friday, June 28
15th annual summer confer
ence on business education,
"Careers in Business Educa
Business Manager
Published each Tuesday ,
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Communications skills
offered police in class
Improving communication
skills of policemen is the
objective of a continuing
program being conducted for
law enforcement officers by
two University of Nebraska
professors of speech communi
cation. Assistant Professors Vincent
DiSalvo and William Sciier
have been providing special
training sessions at the Law
Enforcement Training Center
at Grand Island. They have also
held training sessions at the
Nebraska State Law Enforce
ment Seminar, and most
recently, for the Lincoln Police
Scott Kinzy, a recent grad
uate of the College of Archi
tecture at the University of
Nebraska Lincoln, has won a
first place award in a national
contest sponsored jointly by
the American Institute of
Architects and the National
Clearinghouse for Criminal
Justice Planning and Archi
tecture. Kinzy, of Omaha (801 S. 80th
St.), recHved an $800 prize for
his design of a medium
minimum security reformatory.
The design was an outgrowth of
?! class project begun last fall by
students in an architectural
design course taught by NU
Assistant Professor Alia." A.
Kinzy' plan proposed that
the new medium-minimum
M'curity facility be located
around a lake near the present
penal complex in Lincoln, The
design was baed on consulta
tion with prison officials and
inmates of the present reforma
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student union. All-State final
concert, 7:30 p.m., Sheldon
Sculpture Garden. Sheldon
Film Theater. "The Wild One",
7:00 & 9:00 p.m., Sheldon Art
Gallery. Nebraska Repertory
Theatre opening of "Little
Mary Sunshine", 8:00 p.m.,
Howell Theater.
Saturday, June 29
. Classes in session, make-up
for Fourth of July holiday.
Sheldon Film Theater, "The
Wild One", 7:00 & 9:00 p.m.,
Sheldon Art Gallery. Nebraska
Repertory Theatre, "Little
Marv Sunshine", 8:00 p.m.,
Howell Theater.
Sunday, June 30
Pioneers of Modern Painting
series, "Paul Cezanne", 3:00
p.m., Sheldon Art Gallery.
Monday, July 1 ,
Architecture -exhibit of stu
dent work, 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.,
all month. Architecture Hall
Gallery. Nebraska Repertory
Theatre, "Little Mary Sun
shine", 8:00 p.m., Howell
(Mrasftan -
Lucy Lien
Jodi Kopf
The program for policemen is
basically, an adaptation of
speech and communication
skills that DiSalvo and Seiler
have been teaching to a number
of specialized groups through
out the state, including groups
of elected public officials and
supervisors, alcohol safety
action program groups and
teachers. '
For the police program,
DiSalvo and Seilc-r researched
communications problems by
riding patrol with policemen in
squad cars and by observing
internal police procedures at
police headquarters,
tory, as well as research into
prison reform literature.
The plan envisages a penal
complex without cells or bars
with prisoners housed in
"five man clusters." Each in
mate would have his own
unlocked room, and there
would be a lounge area to serve
each of the clusters.
Kinzy said the plan was
designed to "provide a normal
living situation with security
and control.
"The success of the facility
would still depend on pro
grams," Kinzy said. "The
facility h designed to enhance
rehabilitation program'."
Kinzy, who is now an
architect for Neal Astlc and
Associates, plans to submit his
drawings to the state for
consideration. The contest in
which he was awarded a prize
was entered by 183 students in
schools of architecture from
across the nation.
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