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Multiple Layers of Truth

 

Vote Vargas!

 

Two Examined Lives Worth Living

 

Power and Play in the Park

 

Droid Dreams

 

Love Above and Below the Surface.

 

The Fine Things of Youth

 

Rockin’ Omahans Take the Stage

 

Vinton $treet Venture

 

migration (empire)

 
<p>New work from arist/curator Kin Reid Kuhn makes the 2014 A-List</p>

A-LIst Show & Tell

Before we close the door on 2014 with a hopeful eye on the future, lets look at the past year, particularly in an area of popular culture that gets short shrift in mainstream and social media despite its contribution to the quality of “the Good Life” in Nebraska.

Fortunately, the relative success of the visual arts in the Metro, unlike political elections and football, isn’t measured in win/loss columns, playoffs...


A Look Ahead in Theatre

With its rich history and deep roots, the Omaha theatre scene has one of the city’s strongest artistic foundations. While the past 2 years saw some of the community’s strongest productions ever, the years were also defined by forthcoming change, upheaval, and transition. In 2015, many theatres across the city will get the chance to dig back in, embrace their identities, and strengthen the roots dug so long ago.

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Theater Year in Review

Transition and anticipation for the future marked Omaha theatre in 2014. While many theatres settled in to new leadership and revised mission statements, others prepared for changes of location and expansions of staff. In the same vein, the shows brought to area audiences brought a mix of old and new.

- The Omaha Community Playhouse started the year with Having Our Say featuring the dynamic duo of Camille Metoyer...


<p><em>Kent C. Behrens: New Works is currently on display until Jan. 15, 2015 in the Garden of the Zodiac Gallery in the Old Market Passageway.</em></p>

Flower Power

In his current show organized by the nomadic Moving Gallery of the Old Omaha Association the photographs of Kent C. Behrens: New Works strike me as exactly what one might expect to find at the end of the creaky hallway on the main level of the Old Market passageway. 

After passing the flurry of saffron and magenta hanging in the windows of Souq, one arrives at the Garden of the Zodiac Sculpture Garden and Gallery...


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