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2015 OEAA Visual Arts Nominee Exhibit opens at RNG Gallery Jan.9

 

Art Restart

As we power up the Reader in its new monthly format, the visual arts department is ready to re-commit its coverage of the Metro scene both online and in print. As its contributing editor I am confident that our readers will continue to receive the best reportage and review of the area contemporary arts vibe media can offer. And we will do this with both new and familiar faces and voices.

But before we introduce our...


<p>Mixed media by Angie Seykora at Creighton University's Lied Art Gallery, Jan-Feb 2015</p>

Angie Seykora to be featured at Creighton’s Lied Art Gallery

The Creighton University Lied Art Gallery will host Angie Seykora’s Working Materials art exhibition January 16th through February 15, with a reception Friday, January 16, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Seykora will give an artist lecture on Saturday, January 24 from 1-2 p.m.in the gallery. The events are free and open to the public.

Working Materials is a solo exhibition by the Omaha based artist and Creighton...


<p>Marsden Hartley (American, 1877-1943), Summer Clouds and Flowers, 1942, oil on fabricated board, featured in American Moderns exhibit at Joslyn Art Museum in February, 2015.</p>

Good! Better! Best!

You can’t open a national arts publication such as ARTFORUM or Art in America without being impressed, let alone bewildered, with the plethora and diversity of art on display.

Perhaps the biggest takeaway is that in an era loosely referred to as post postmodernism or meta modernism, when it comes to contemporary art, anything goes, that is, comes and goes, and maybe comes again.

Andy Warhol was probably right...


BUFFALO BILL’S COWBOY BAND

He came roaring out of Iowa and made his name by evoking his own vivid days in the Wild West, putting on more than a decade’s worth of educating entertainment about America’s history. Legend has it that he was the most famous man on earth in his time on its soil. He started his venture in our state and explores his past for his fascinated daughter in a world premiering play by Omaha performer, journalist, editor and...


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