Eli Levin, “Art Farm” Residency Program, Terrance McNally, Rachel Barton

Eli Levin


Painter Eli Levin keeps the tradition of social realism alive.

“I want to set up a problem. It’s not just yes and no, we can solve that; it’s a mess that I am trying to expose.”

“Art Farm” Residency Program

Farms feed our bodies and some say art feeds the soul. In Nebraska, an artists’ residency program called “Art Farm” is taking care of both.

“It’s the experience that you can try something. You can experiment and not worry about failing.”

Terrance McNally

Tony and Emmy-Winning playwright Terrance McNally uses his art to effect change.

“We knew it touched on social issues, but we just tried to make it a good show that would keep an audience entertained and moved and thoughtful for close to three hours.”

Rachel Barton


Considered a child prodigy and currently touring worldwide, Rachel Barton is following her dreams.

“Playing the violin was what I was meant to do with my life. It’s my calling. It’s who I am as a person.”

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