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All in the Family


Study in Contrasts


‘Latino Artists…


There may be no shelter below the belt at Shelterbelt


The bat/man rises again


Cherishing time, place and change


Great songs highlight “Man of La Mancha” at The Playhouse.


The Boy Who Becomes a Man Too Soon


See Pete romp. Hear good songs


A cool cat stomps


‘Wild’ Animals

When it comes to images of children, flowers and animals, most photography hovers between the “sure thing” and the cliché. In Wild: Animals in Contemporary Photography, the current exhibit sponsored by the Moving Gallery, curators Matthias Harder and Maren Polte successfully demonstrate how an ordinary subject can be raised to the level of fine art.

Wild, on display through Sept. 8 at the Artist Cooperative...

Get Acquainted with Annie Baker

Add this to your “timing is everything” list. FAUST (Fine Arts University Student Theatre) will better acquaint us with the work of Annie Baker, just a week before her play Aliens would have been overshadowed by a huge opening at the Playhouse.

Its second weekend will compete with August: Osage County, the award-winning dark comedy by Tracy Letts. So I’m declaring this Annie Baker Week in Omaha if only to...

<p>  Art by Char Boogie.</p>

SF artist in Omaha with Kent Bellows Studio…

San Francisco-based Urban Artist Char Boogie is visiting Omaha via Kent Bellows Studio and Impact One Community Connection. The self-taught aerosol artist will give youth workshops, complete a mural in North Omaha, host a Community Conversation and make an appearance at the Maha Music Festival August 11. The "Urban Art in the Community" Dialogue will take place August 8, 7pm, at Love’s Jazz and Arts Center to...

‘Log Lines’

When you walk up to the windows of Peerless Gallery, it’s as though you're looking at a framed piece of art. Upon entering, you engage Heidi Bartlett’s canvas. Bartlett, a Nebraska-bred mixed media artist crafted Peerless Gallery into Log Lines via wood, cut paper, deer hide and feathers.

About a dozen tree logs line the entrance, descending from about eight feet to about three feet, welcoming you in. High upon...

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