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Art Guild of Burlington

Publications: class brochure (quarterly); newsletter (monthly).

Located in an adapted 1868 German Methodist Episcopal Church building, the Arts for Living Center is a community arts facility. The Art Guild offers year-round educational programs. Its collection focuses on regional artists.

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View of Art Guild All Member Exhibition (December, 1997), harpist Janis Cintron performing for Luminaria Lighting reception. Photograph courtesy of Art Guild of Burlington, Burlington, Iowa.

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James and Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts

Publications: exhibition catalogues (biennial); newsletter (biennial).

The James and Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary community arts center. Temporary exhibitions in the Dahl-Thomas and Dresser-Robinson galleries showcase local and regional art, as well as works by artists on the national and international scene. Art in all media is presented. Exhibitions include not only contemporary works, but also artworks from earlier periods and other cultures. Selections from the permanent collection, including works by Gary Kelley, Mauricio Lasansky. Marjorie Nuhn, John Page, and Grant Wood, are frequently displayed in the Reading Room and at other locations throughout the Center. Initiated by a bequest from farmer poet James Hearst and his wife, the Center is a division of the Department of Human and Leisure Services, City of Cedar Falls.

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Grant Wood, Honorary Degree, lithograph, 12 x 714 inches. Gift of Mrs. Jane Beard, Hearst Center for the Arts. Photograph courtesy of James and Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls, Iowa

Kamerick Art Building. First Floor, 1227 W. 27th Street, Cedar Falls. IA 50614-0362 Tel: (319) 273-2077 Fax: (319) 273-2731Facilities: Exhibition Area.

Activities: Education Programs (undergraduate college students and children); Films; Gallery Talks. Guided Tours: Lectures: Permanent Exhibits; Temporary Exhibitions (6-8/year); Traveling Exhibitions.

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Publications: exhibition catalogues.

Located on the first floor of the art building, the Gallery of Art presents six to eight major exhibitions and a number of smaller shows each year, including annual shows by the art faculty in the fall and a competitive student show in the spring.

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The Gallery is also responsible for the Universitys permanent art collection, which includes works by such prominent artists as Berenice Abbott, Joseph Albers. Eugene Atget, Romare Bearden, George Grosz, Philip Guston, and Jerry UeLmann. There are also sculptural works sited around the campus.

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