The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 19, 1975, Page page 14, Image 14

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Heinnie Klein is our friendly Michelob routernan.
And we want to help Heinnie win his sales contest.
But time is running short- There's only 14 days until
the contest ends. Help Heinnie win!. Come in and
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Lower level... Student Union
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soft sculptures of black artist Faith Ringgold will be displayed until
Feb. 21 in the Nebraska Union Main Lounge.
Ringgold will show slides and speak on black and feminist art
Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. in the Union Ballroom.
"If black art is art at all, it must be expressive of some deep and
pervasive truth," Ringeold said. "For the black artist in America,
the most pervasive truth. . . is the unmovable reality that he or she
is Black."
Ringgold described her painting as "super realism" with huge
canvasses filled with people. They often express social themes, she
said, especially in her "political landscapes."
Her painting style includes a system she called "black light,"
which involves using pure and deepened colors to create contrasts
of intensity.
Her "polyrhythmical space" techniques are based on ancient
African designs which require the viewer to approach the work
from all directions, she said.
She divided her lifesize soft sculptures into two series-"Family
of Women" and "Dudes."
Ringgold, who considers herself a femiaist as well as an artist,
will hold an informal rap session Feb. 20 at 3:30 p.m. at the
Culture Center, 16th and Y streets.
Lunchtime concerts begin today
Today at 12:10 p.m., First Plymouth
Congregational Church, 20th and D streets, will
inaugurate its series of lunch-time .concerts.
Titled "Eine Kleine Noonmusik," the concerts,
each lasting one-half hour, will presented today
and on the next five Wednesday afternoons.
Today's program features George Ritchie, an
assistant professor at the UNL School of Music,
performing organ works by J.S. Bach, Dietrich
Buxtehude, and Cesar Franck. The concert is free
and open to the public.
A light lunch will be offered after each
program at $1.00 per person.
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Starting Friday! The Daily Nebraskan is sponsoring a new contest for
all you anonymous, computer-cataloged and numbered students out
there. All you need to win is your University ID!
Here's how the FILL IN TO WIN Contest works. On certain days the
Daily Nebraskan and a retail store will publish a contest ad with the
first part of an ID number. Ten ID numbers that begin with those
numbers will be on display at the sponsoring store. The first student to
come in and match his or her ID with one on display wins a $25 gift.
FILL IN TO WIN. A new contest for all you numbered students out
Sponsored by the
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daily nebraskan
Wednesday, february 19, 1975