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Carnegie Arts Center

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i'vebeeneverywhereman wrote a review Jul 2019
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Visiting a small town Midwest gallery I imagined that the gallery would feature the usual traditional western art. I was pretty shocked to see that they had huge modern art display from a Kansas City, MO artist. I came on a closed day but the director and I ran into each other as she was leaving and she opened up the gallery for me and my four legged companion to check out the exhibit. They have a wonderful space downstairs too that looked like an art explosion from their art camp that was going on. It's not a huge gallery space but I really enjoyed the arts exhibits and their cute little sales shop as well. I'll be making stops here on my way through again.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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junquita wrote a review Mar 2019
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I was particularly taken by how modern the upper gallery exhibit was. It was an interesting show featuring an Omaha, NE artist whose son has Neurofibromatosis and her work featured portraits of other folks across the world who are affected by the condition. It was not the kind of work I expected to see in a small Midwest town, but I was pleasantly surprised. I was also very taken by how friendly the director was, she took the time to explain the exhibit and show us around. It sounds like they have a very progressive arts program as well from what she was telling us.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Review-by-2 wrote a review Aug 2016
West Des Moines, Iowa190 contributions53 helpful votes
During a short visit to Alliance, we stopped in to the Carnegie Arts Center. They were showing art from local Native Americans. (It appears that the theme changes from time to time so check to see what is on display) We enjoyed browsing the work. In the basement, there appeared to be an art class going on. Kids and one adult where trying their hands at creating a small works of art. Worth the stop. No cost to stop in and look around. They do have several items for sales ranging from cookbooks to local artist's paintings and drawings.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Naomi C wrote a review Jul 2016
Wellesley, Massachusetts207 contributions79 helpful votes
More gallery than museum, the arts center includes nicely displayed art for sale. The garden with sculptures was a particularly appealing spot.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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CarhengeFan wrote a review May 2016
Alliance, Nebraska21 contributions13 helpful votes
Carnegie hosts art shows that are quite comparable to those you would see in metropolitan areas. This art center not only has shows for local artists but from across the country. I went to a show that Carnegie hosted that had original prints and art from Albrecht Durer. Albrecht Dürer was a painter, printmaker and theorist of the German Renaissance (Wlkipedia). This is definitely worth the stop for you if you are interested in the arts!
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Date of experience: March 2016
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