Join Worlds of Connections, Lincoln City Libraries, and contributing artists and curators from the Vaccinate project for a First Friday book signing at Bennett Martin Public Library next Friday, November 4 from 4–6 PM. This event is FREE and OPEN to the public!
First Friday “Artwalks” are held the first Friday of every month at galleries and other locations in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. Our team is excited to announce the first-ever Worlds of Connections First Friday art showing + book signing, hosted at Bennett Martin Public Library on the corner of South 14th Street and N Street in downtown Lincoln.
Attendees will be able to explore all 46 Vaccinate posters by artists from Lincoln, Nebraska, and beyond. A limited number of free, signed copies of Vaccinate: Posters from the COVID-19 Pandemic will be available, plus additional free copies of two comic books supported by previous University of Nebraska–Lincoln Science Education Partnership Awards (Carnival of Contagion and World of Viruses).
Vaccinate: Posters from the COVID-19 Pandemic, published by the University of Nebraska Press, was a collaborative effort and features a cover designed by Aaron Sutherlen, Associate Professor of Art (Graphic Design) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and foreword by St Patrick Reid, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology and Microbiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The Vaccinate book and project include art by Rachel Claire Balter, Thane Benson, Randy Bish, Katie Bradshaw, Heinzy Cruz, Hector Curriel, Ben Darling, Nicholas Deason, Kerry Eddy, Margaret Elsener, Paul Fell, David L. Felley, Bob Hall, Hayley Jurek, Justin Kemerling, Abbey Krienke, Stephen Lahey, Anna Lindstrom, Malia McCreight, Yihang Meng, Eric Morris, Katie Nieland, Henry Payer, Natalie Pulte, Nikolaus Stevenson, Pawl Tisdale, Janet & Ben Walters, William Wells, and Jave Yoshimoto.
This event is supported by the Worlds of Connections SEPA [R25GM129836] at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health, and Lincoln City Libraries. This content is solely the responsibility of the creators and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health, the University of Nebraska, or the City of Lincoln.