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Angie Seykora: In Studio

  • Angie Seykora Studio 1910 Burt Street Omaha, NE, 68102 United States (map)
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Recipient of Omaha Creative Institute’s Spring 2018 Individual Artist Grant, Angie Seykora creates installation, sculpture, drawing, and painting that repurpose industrial and found materials. Through process driven, almost mechanical methods of assembly, she emphasizes accumulation and tactile materiality to produce work that references the history of minimalism, bodily systems, and object oriented ontology.

Join Angie and OCI staff in her studio Thursday, July 19th at 7:00PM for an in-depth discussion of her process and the conceptual framework that supports her work. Learn more about the day-to-day operations of a busy artist’s studio and interact with this exceptional artist, and her work, outside the context of a formal museum or gallery exhibition. Questions from visitors will be both welcomed and encouraged.

This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited to 15 guests. RSVP here.

About Angie: Angie Seykora received an MFA in Sculpture from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She is a 2016 recipient of the Nebraska Arts Council’s Distinguished Individual Artist Fellowship award. She earned an Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture award from the International Sculpture Center, from which she was selected for the fully funded Art-St-Urban Sculpture Residency in St. Urban, Switzerland. Seykora is currently an instructor of sculpture at Creighton University and participates as an artist mentor for Omaha youth through the Joslyn Art Museum’s Kent Bellows Mentoring Program. She exhibits her work nationally and internationally.

About Omaha Creative Institute: Omaha Creative Institute is a 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to provide artists with the training and opportunities they need to build an economically sustainable career in the arts. We do this by providing professional development, offering grants to individual artists, and connecting artists and patrons.