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‘Between the Lines’

 

At the Intersection Between High Art and Slapstick

 

Silken seams proclaim and protect

 

‘Extravagant Fiction’

 

‘Au Contraire’

 

There is nothing like this Dane.

 

Office games get serious

 

History in the Making

 

Shakespeare as you could like it

 

‘These Referents Register’

 
<p>  Rachel (blood) by Leslie Shows</p>

Up at Auction

For more than a dozen years the annual auction at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts has been the most anticipated celebration of the arts in this region. To doubt this is to admit that one somehow has missed out on an event as ritualistic as fall itself.

         

Crowds gather, indulge in fine food and spirits and then compete on a level playing field for work planted a year or so ago and now ripe and...


Omaha lit fest art events…Bemis auction…

(Downtown) omaha lit fest starts Thursday with “Defining Omaha: Writing about local arts and culture” a panel featuring culture writers Sarah Baker Hansen, Leo Adam Biga, Kim Carpenter, Michael Krainak and Jasmine Maharisi at W. Dale Clark Library.  The festival follows with art exhibits, book signings and discussions based on the theme of Silk and Sawdust: The Heart and Mechanics of Literature (see 8-days)....


Dinner Still Served with Circle Theater

There’s so little left of our once-flourishing dinner theater scene that it’s tempting to mention the menu — meat loaf, garlic/parmesan chicken breast or ravioli in white sauce with broccoli florets — before reminding you that Doug Marr is still directing delightful entertainment at his Circle Theatre.

            This time it’s An Inspector Calls, the dramatic thriller by J.B. Priestly, opening Friday, Oct. 14,...


Bemis art talk Oct 6…Kent Bellows students’ HeLa cell art project…

Current Bemis Center artists in residence Quynh Vantu (installation), Shannon Rankin (installation/collage/sculpture), and Gwenessa Lam (painting) lead the First Thursday Art Talk on October 6, 7p.m.

Rebecca Skloot, author of the New York Times bestseller, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, speaks at the 21st Women & Health Lecture, October 6 at the Orpheum Theatre.  Guests will hear the story of Lacks, a...


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