Patrons are being sought to help support Lincoln's newest public art project, Serving Hands.
"We are only one-third of the way to our goal of 50 sponsored proposals in honor of the 50th anniversary of Campus Life," said Liz Shea-McCoy, project director. "As we move into a new year, we hope generous entities will step forward and consider serving as a Patron for a Nebraska artist and, as such, move an image from paper onto a six-foot monumental sculpture."
The project's sponsorship phase ends Jan. 15.
To select a project to sponsor, attend a First Friday reception from 5-8 p.m. Jan. 4 at Old Historic City Hall, 920 O St., second-floor courtroom, to view the 81 proposals created by Nebraska artists and selected by jurors from 175 submissions for the Serving Hands public art project.