Source: Lincoln Journal Star

In order to combat the lack of accessible art galleries in Nebraska, volunteers are installing studios and workshops to increase creativity among citizens.

Led by bank CEO David Gale, a group of volunteers is renovating a building in Bassett, a small town located hours from a museum, to highlight the artistic creations of those in Nebraska.

The building will house exhibitions that are designed to expose visitors to ideas outside of their own experiences and cultures.

Photographs will be a main component of the galleries and are planned to depict the lives of Nebraska citizens and those from other states.

Gale hopes the new art center will inspire young citizens to transform their lives and their small communities.

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