January 14

PotLuck: Teacher/Student Exhibit

Hot Shops Art Center, 1301 Nicholas Street

Reception 6-9p.m. exhibit through Jan. 30

Admission: nonperishable food items to donate to local food pantries encouraged


Participating artists involved with WhyArts?, Bemis Center for Contempoarry Arts, Heartland Family Services and Joslyn Art Museum exhibit works inspired by the ongoing relationship of artist as teacher, student, mentor and guide. The fifth annual PotLuck: Food for Art exhibit brings established and emerging artists together and serves as a food drive for area food pantries serving the greater Food Bank. This year’s recipient is the Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church food pantry, which serves area families throughout the year. Artists include Kristin Pluhacek, John Dennison, Linda Meigs, Victoria Hoyt, Alison Van Volkenburgh, Jean Mason, Natalie Linstrom, Tim Siragusa, Sarah Richwine and more.

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