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Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.

 

Park Avenue Pride

 

The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.

 

Heavy Metal Magic

 

Our Town is Must-See

 

ONCE

 

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

 

Artists! Sustain Thyself!

 

Double Vision

 
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‘Sealed with a Kiss; 2005-2010’

Take every option available for May's Benson First Fridays celebration and make it second on your list compared to what Sweatshop Gallery has in store. Their next show, Sealed with a Kiss 2005-2010, features a five-year visual correspondence between two Omaha art staples, Kenneth Adkins and J.J. Carroll, who do not show work regularly.

This is a rare chance to look into a long-time friendship and the things they...


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‘Hair’ Today‚Ķ

You don’t have to be a market analyst to know that we love us our hair. Worldwide, tens of billions of dollars are lavished annually on hair care products alone; add to that the amount then spent on the industry of stylists who keep us looking well groomed and handsomely coifed, and you have numbers larger than the GNP of many countries.

It is also a medium that vexes us. For every property about it we may prize,...


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‘Between the Lines’

Between the Lines, the May exhibit at Modern Arts Midtown, highlights Lincoln artist Judith Burton and includes current works by artists John Andrews, Gary Day, Michael Tegland and Colin Smith. Opening May 1, 6-8 p.m., this show offers a continuing opportunity for viewing outstanding contemporary regional work.

Burton’s aesthetic focuses on the formal issues of painting:: namely exploration and reinvention of form,...


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At the Intersection Between High Art and Slapstick

I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick runs through May 10th on the Hawks Mainstage of the Omaha Community Playhouse. It tells the story of Andrew, a young television actor who’s been given the role of a lifetime, playing Hamlet in the park in New York City. The only problem is that he hates Hamlet. When he moves into his new place in New York, he soon finds out that it once belonged to acting legend John Barrymore. When...


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