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I’ve accepted a position on the Board of Directors for the LUX Center

And I can't wait to get to work
Jordan Lambrecht
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Written by the one and only Jordan Lambrecht
I’ve accepted a position on the Board of Directors for the LUX Center

I’m super pumped to announce that I’ve accepted a position on the Board of Directors for the LUX Center for the Arts. As anyone who’s close to me will tell you, providing creative and cultural equity in Lincoln (and all of Nebraska) is something that I’ve dedicated a large part of my life to. Building a community centered around access to art, creative minds, and art education doesn’t just make Lincoln a better place to live — it puts us on the map. It’s what will turn Nebraska from a flyover state to the cultural epicenter of the nation. I’m a firm believer that the talent and mindset is already here; all we need is access and an open environment to flourish.

I’m so honored to have been invited to serve on a board with like-minded individuals, who not only share the same mission, but have the arsenal, motivation, and network to accomplish it. I can’t wait to dig in and get to work.

LUX Center for the Arts is truly Lincoln's community arts center, a vital resource for the visual arts in Nebraska.

The LUX offers year-round art classes for children, youth, and adults in ceramics, painting, drawing, glass, mixed media, and metals/jewelry. The quality of instruction sets the LUX apart. Classes are taught by artists/teachers in our Artist-in-Residence program, which each year brings four professional, well-educated, emerging artists/teachers to Lincoln to teach, in exchange for studio space, materials, and a solo exhibition.

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