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Summer Arts Preview

If staycations are in your future this summer, the visual arts have something to offer locally other than softball, a crowded community pool and yet another summer blockbuster at a movie complex. There are a plethora of exhibitions on the docket, but key arts venues also offer hands-on learning activities, lectures and panels, even a summer camp of sorts, for all ages above and beyond their regular schedule of...

E Voting

“We provide voting products and services to state and county governments across the USA,” said Aldo Tesi, chairman and CEO of Election Systems and Software.

Tesi explained that ES&S is a behind the scenes player for elections in support of the fundamental right to vote.

Election Systems and Software is currently in 45 states and assists about 2,300 of the 3,500 counties in the country. Last year, the company...

Theater Cold Cream

Beethoven and Blue Barn

“I feel that I’m connecting with Beethoven,” said pianist/conductor Hal France. He’s referring to his five week engagement in 18 two- hours-plus performances of parts of the composer’s famed masterpiece Diabelli Variations. There are 33 variations and they are at the core of the play of that name by Moisés Kaufman at Omaha’s Blue Barn Theatre.

Kaufman examines the processes behind Beethoven’s creation derived from...


African Culture Connection

Tuesday, April 15
MCC South Omaha Campus, Connector Bldg/Commons 27th and Q Sts.
12:30 p.m.; Free
402-457-2253 or 402-238-8259

West African music and dance take the forefront when the African Culture Connection (ACC) troupe led by Charles Ahovissi performs at Metro's International Fairl. Ahovissi traveled the world with the Ballet National of Benin (his native country) before winding up in Omaha, where he...


Grios, Girlfriends and Sistahs

Saturday, April 12      
Union for Contemporary Art, 2417 Burdette St.
7 p.m.; Free   

A three-week exploration of what it means to be a woman of color in the Midwest concludes with an evening of readings, poems and performances. Some of Omaha's leading creatives use the expressive forms of their choice to examine the joys and challenges that come with being a woman of color in this...

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