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Barbara Rieke Turner and a translator discuss the art of a village in a remote area of Flores, Indonesia. (Photo courtesy Kim Hammer)
Barbara Rieke Turner and a translator discuss the art of a village in a remote area of Flores, Indonesia. (Photo courtesy Kim Hammer)

Hillestad exhibit features 'Woven Art of Indonesia'

The woven art of Indonesia, with particular attention given to the ikats woven on the archipelago, is the subject of "Woven Art of Indonesia: Makers, Meaning and Significance," a new exhibit at UNL's Robert Hillestad Textile Gallery. The exhibit, curated by Barbara Rieke Turner, is open to April 5. Continue reading…

Free 'Spring Break Survival Kits' available

The University Health Center is handing out travel tips and free Spring Break Survival Kits from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 12 in the Nebraska Union, and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 14 in the East Union.

Originally published March 12, 2013 - Submit an Item