Sioux City Art Center

Siouxland Artist's "Feminine Attempts"

Nov 20, 2019
Klaire Lockheart

A new art exhibit opened this weekend at the Sioux City Art Center.  The artist behind the paintings, Klaire Lockheart, recently sat down with Siouxland Public Media’s Sheila Brummer.  

Lockheart who is from Vermillion, South Dakota talked about this current show, her inspiration for creation and some upcoming works.

Her show “Feminine Attempts” can be found at the Sioux City Art Center until February 2nd. 

For more information on Lockheart and her art check out her website klairelockheart.com.

Coming up on The Exchange, We remember Iowa State Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Cady, who died unexpectedly last Friday.  We talk with District 3b Chief Judge Duane Hoffmeyer about his recollections and also we speak with Des Moines Attorney Roxanne Conlin.

And today we hear about some alternatives to building a new Woodbury county jail. And we talk with an expert on what is often called the unfair “adultification of young black girls in American schools. 

Also, Sheila Brummer talks with the artist behind a new exhibit at the Sioux City Art Center.

Cultural Continuum 11.15-19

Nov 15, 2019

Shawn Holt leads the Teardrops for a new generation of Chicago Blues you can see them at Vangarde Arts. Klaire Lockheart and Pauline Sensenig both open shows at the Sioux City Art Center and Shot in the Dark and LAMB both have shows this weekend.

Cultural Continuum 10-11-19

Oct 11, 2019

If you're hungry, you might try the Art Center, ARTilicious is tonight. Also there are a so many Fall Fest events we could only list a select few, and the Sanford Museum hosts a lecture on US/China/Iowa trade. 

Cultural Continuum 10-04-19

Oct 4, 2019
River-Cade.com

The Sioux City International Film Festival and the 16th Annual Kingdom of Riverssance are both happening this weekend in and around your usual assortment of theater, art and live music. Plus Brioux City hosts the 2nd annual Briouxfest.

Anna Disterhaupt for Siouxland Public Media

The Sioux City Art Center recently held a grand reopening on September 28, 2019 to show the public the newly renovated facility and feature the new Gilcrest Learning Center.   

Part of the renovation includes an updated “Hands on! Gallery”. 

The Junior League of Sioux City was instrumental in opening the gallery back in 1997. 

Junior League Committee Chair for the “Hands on! Gallery” Rhonda Henry showed Siouxland Public Media’s Sheila Brummer (who is also a Junior League member) around the children’s attraction that is already attracting a young crowd.

Coming up on The Exchange, we talk with Woodbury County Auditor Pat Gill about next week’s primary election.

Gill also addresses new changes in Iowa’s voter ID law.  

Also, a new exhibit at the SC Art Center’s hands-on gallery and more. 

We will learn about a new effort to understand the immigrant experience in Siouxland and learn about the legacy of a lynching that took place in Omaha a century ago.

We will preview Riverssance which is coming up this weekend in Riverside Park.  

Cultural Continuum 9-27-19

Sep 27, 2019

Scottish percussionist, Evelyn Glennie helps the SCSO kick off their 104th season. There's Detroit soul at Vangarde, the Art Center has a grand re-opening and things are getting corny in Danbury and the Sioux City International Film Festival opens at the Promenade.

This week on The Exchange, we remember Capt. Al Haynes, the pilot who saved more than 180 passengers aboard United Flight 232 30 years ago.  He died Sunday.

We catch up with Neligh, Nebraska farmer Art Tanderup and discuss the likelihood of the TC Energy Pipeline being built after a court ruling prevented a move that would have delayed the project.  Tanderup gave some of the land destined for the pipeline to the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska for the planting of their sacred corn.

Cultural Continuum 8-23-19

Aug 23, 2019

It's a rare community dares to host both a Whiffle Ball Classic and a regional Shriner Convention in the same weekend but here we are, doing that! Also the Sioux City Art Center kicks off a performance series and it's the final Food Truck Friday of the summer.

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