The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 07, 1999, Summer Edition, Image 1

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Monday, June 7, 1999
Vol. 98, No. 153
Weekly music
event ushers in
summer months
By Jason Hardy
Senior editor
Since its construction, the area west of the
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery has played host to a
lumber of different artistic expressions, many as
and-crafted extensions of a creator’s emotions.
Be it the peculiar balance of an iron statement or
; chunky cut of a statue’s profile, expression is a
istant in the sculpture garden surrounding the
don Memorial Art Gallery and last Tuesday night
10 different, except this time the form of expression
ated as a series of blue notes out of a brass saxo
s time it was Jazz.
) p.m. on Tuesday June 6, a number of people had
taked a claim to a section of grass or sidewalk near
tops of the Sheldon. They were there and they were
ready. Armed with blankets, lawn chairs, san
sodas a crowd of a few hundred people chit
relaxed in a cool June evening. By 7 p.m. the numb
considerably and the Nebraska Jazz Orchestra kicked/bff the
Please see JAZZ on 6
SI _ J
The best movies and the best music is on display in the Daily
Nebraskan summer entertainment
preview. Check out the flicks we
think are must-see and summer’s
album and concerts you’ll want to
hear. Also,Episode I of Mark
Baldridge’s How I Spent My
Summer Vacation. PAGES 2-5