LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – While many businesses have struggled to get off the ground over the past year, Letura Idigima has found a model that works well in a pandemic and it continues to benefit those she’s aimed to help since the beginning.
She opened Art Bus LNK about a year ago, a remodeled school bus she uses to bring creative services to neighborhoods around Lincoln.
Now she’s opened what’s known as The Bus Stop in the Turbine Flats building. It’s a bright and clean space that’s equipped with mediums that span further than what’s possible on the bus.
“Expose kids to different types of art,” Idigima said. “Whether that be a Cricut machine or photography and photo printing and it’s the same concept as the bus, it’s a free opportunity for kids to explore art.”
In the year since it’s been open, the Art Bus has already served hundreds