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Mr. Nick Tomasic

Art Teacher

Bishop Ward High School

HQ Phone: (913) 262-2700

Email: n***@***.org

Bishop Ward High School

708 N. 18Th Street

Kansas City, Kansas 66102

United States

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Bishop Ward High School

Art Instructor
Bishop Ward High School

Education Coordinator
Lawrence Arts Center

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Strawberry Hill Cultural and Ethnic Center is pleased to announce that Nick Tomasic, art instructor at Bishop Ward High School, and a select group of his students will be exhibiting their works May 3 through July 27. Featured will be displays of their print-making, ceramics, paintings and sculptures. It is sure to be an interesting display. Nick is well known in the area having taught also at Donnelly College and has had exhibitions at numerous local events including the Plaza Art Fair.

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» Featured Faculty: A Warm Welcome to Nicholas TomasicLawrence Arts Center: Featured Faculty

A Warm Welcome to Nick Tomasic
The Lawrence Arts Center is pleased to announce a great new addition to our staff.Nicholas "Nick" Tomasic joined us just after spring break as our new education coordinator.
From 1999 to 2003, Nick was a resident and coordinator at The Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle, Maine.The sights, sounds, and smells of coastal New England represented a profound contrast to his Strawberry Hill childhood neighborhood."The culture and weather of the Northeast are unlike anywhere else I've experienced," he says.
Returning to the eclectic Kansas City neighborhood, known for its architecture and Eastern European background, Nick and his brother, Matt, founded The Strawberry Hill Land Trust, a neighborhood development corporation.In addition to his work with that organization, Nick keeps busy with gardening, music, polka dancing, and 11 nieces and nephews.
On the career side, Nick has been a participating artist, lecturer and instructor at schools, residency programs and art centers throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia.His lectures have included The Terra Cotta Warriors of Qin Dynasty, Xiían, Shaanxi, P.R.C.; The Cahokia Mounds of Collinsville, Illinois; and Italian Della Robbia Majolica.Nick's work has been shown nationally in various solo and group exhibitions.His largest collector is his mother.
Nick's exhibitions have included land art, large-scale outdoor sculpture, happenings and, most recently, small paintings.In addition to his position at the Arts Center, Nick serves as an adjunct professor at Donnelly College and still manages to find time to create his own ceramics work out of his Midtown, Kansas City studio.
"I am very excited to be at the Arts Center and back in the Midwest," he says, "and I would like to thank everyone for the warm welcomes I've received!"

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