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Hawks are the most skittish, so she doesn’t have many photos.But Lori Frisch can tell the story of the one hawk in her wildlife and landscape photography exhibit, “All God’s Creatures Great and Small,” on display through March 10 at the Carnegie Cultural Center. The Carnegie, at 7 N. Water Ave.,...
A Cedar Rapids man has joined the Carnegie Cultural Center as a model train and electronics consultant for a year, thanks to a gift from the United Fund.Center Director Jill Eike, said the position  filled by Darren Ferreter allows the facility to continue to highlight its model train collection...
Aisha and her sister June Ouenas were told to pick the four most important things for their Christmas lists to Santa when they visited him at the Carnegie Cultural Center on “Santa Saturday.”But the gifts aren’t just theirs for the asking.Santa pointed to the cuffs of his shirt, showing the girls...
Readers in Chickasaw County evidently are not “followers,” at least if the Great American Read says anything.The winner of the nationwide PBS competition for the best book — among 100 selected as finalists — was “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the classic by Harper Lee, which made the “top 10” in a...
The current exhibit at the Carnegie Cultural Center continues a nationwide conversation, begun by Public Broadcasting, on the 100 most-loved books.The PBS contest, which is now over, sought to engage viewers by voting for their favorite book on the viewer-selected Great American Read top 100 list. ...
Building confidence and camaraderie and passing culture to one’s children.These are the reasons participants in past sessions of the Carnegie Cultural Center’s “Just Write” memoir workshop said they found value in the program.“We watched you gain confidence. We just watched you bloom,” instructor...
Former Lawler resident Don Blazek talks to attendees Saturday during a reception held to honor his exhibit at the Carnegie Cultural Center.— See the story in the Sept. 18 New Hampton Tribune.
A retrospective exhibit of the nearly four-decade graphic art career of a Lawler area native is on display now at the Carnegie Cultural Center. Lawler native Richard Blazek, whom the University of Iowa has employed for over 38 years as a graphic artist, will meet with the public on Saturday from 5:...
Kathleen J. Roling has a soft spot for making children happy. The Des Moines chalk artist, a protege of “Chicago chalk champ” Shaun Hays, drove two and a half hours out to the Carnegie Cultural Center on Wednesday to chalk a 3D illusory image from Aesop’s Fables, even as rain clouds threatened.“...
Elementary age children have spent the week studiously learning songs, painting and other visual art while absorbing life lessons from “Aesop’s Fables” on an Art Safari.That’s the name of the annual Carnegie Center program with a 15-hour total runtime. It aims to foster a love for the arts that...

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