An American Dream

Fred Simon Gallery, 1004 Farnam Street, lower level kicks off the New Year with an exhibit of works by Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez, opening Jan. 12 and closing March 8. A former resident of Omaha’s Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Friedemann-Sanchez has won numerous national and international residencies, grants, and awards, and has been […]

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‘ReConnect’

In celebration of the programs and graduates of the studio art programs, the School of the Arts at the University of Nebraska at Omaha presents ReConnect: a Juried Alumni Exhibition opening Jan. 12. Working with students, faculty, and the UNO Alumni Association, the exhibit is presented in conjunction with the 25th Anniversary […]

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‘Nut Art’

Can’t find that perfect gift for the holidays? For the guy or gal with everything,consider artwork by Nebraska native son Roy De Forest whose solo exhibition Of Dogs and Men opens at Vinton Street’s Gallery 72 this Dec.8. De Forest’s quirky, folksy drawings and prints are colorful excursions into a […]

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‘Lines Forming’

Angie Seykora and Ying Zhu “join forces” in Lines Forming, another of Darger HQ’s successful two person exhibits that highlights a local and non-local artist working in close collaboration. Seykora is well known in Omaha and has shown both nationally and internationally. Her method of labor-intensive assemblage results in sculptures […]

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Cross Currents

Artists Lori Elliott-Bartle, Marcia Joffe-Bouska, and Tom Quest joined forces in 2015 with the collaborative work, “Rivers, Roads, Remains.” Their effort was a musing on place, memory and connections to nature in the context of the built and natural environment of the Missouri River. A new group effort at the […]

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Moveable Feast

Kinetic, The Kaneko’s four-month exhibit extraordinaire about the art and technology of movement, is winding down to its last remaining week as it runs through Oct. 14.  Make your own move to see it before it passes by and you miss seeing one of the most compelling visual art exhibitions of the year. […]

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‘Stories: Mine, Theirs, Ours.’

Painter, dedicated arts advocate, and business owner Robert H. (Bob) Culver will present his richly detailed, iconographic paintings and portraits at Modern Arts Midtown opening October 6th, with Stories: Mine, Theirs, Ours. Culver’s style is one of marrying graphic, commercial advertising-like illustration and symbolism with an editorial flair and an […]

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‘Wobbly Cubism’

A solo exhibit, Wobbly Cubism, featuring the paintings of Sioux City Art Center Director Al Harris-Fernandez, will open on September 8th at Omaha’s Gallery 72. Harris-Fernandez has kept his work out of the public eye for several years, devoting his energies to directing the Sioux City Art Center. A devoted […]

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‘Summer Stock’

Summer Stock is the vernacular label given to lighter-fare, affordable stage productions, often performed in an empty barn, tent, church, or public house. Put on by amateurs and/or semi-professional repertory groups, they often had an accomplished star brought in to help draw crowds and to provide some education to the more novice […]

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