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Into the Sun sculpture

"Into the Sun" is the first sculpture completed for Serving Hands, Lincoln's next public art project. It was created by Nicki Nix and sponsored by the Abel Foundation. You can see it by the Lincoln Journal Star at the 10th and Q streets intersection.

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.

You can also see all proposals at servinghandslincoln.org. For project questions and to make an appointment to see the proposals on another day in the second-floor courtroom of Old Historic City Hall, contact Shea-McCoy at 402-430-5923 or liz_shea@windstream.net.

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L Magazine editor

Mark Schwaninger is L magazine and Neighborhood Extra editor.

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