Terry Rosenberg

Artist Terry Rosenberg investigates primary forces in an art career focused on capturing the tension of opposites one moment at a time. From the early figurative abstractions to the more recent word based digital paintings Colors of War (2007 – 2008), paradox prevails. I was gratified to see a preview of his new series of […]

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Robyn O’Neil

Omaha born and bred artist Robyn O’Neil was invited by UNL’s Department of Art and Art History to be artist-in-residence the week of October 22 – 26.  Faculty and students in UNL’s printmaking studios assisted O’Neil in printing an edition of etchings for the Under Pressure Print Club. O’Neil discussed her life and background in […]

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Kevin Lawler…Pecha Kucha #16…New BLK’s SHIT SHOW…

Kevin Lawler, Artistic Director of Omaha’s Great Plains Theatre Conference (or, “Director of Lostness,” as he is so-called on the “National Institute for the Lost” organization that produces “highly crafted, original performance that fosters the exploration and celebration of life within the community”) recently finished a three-day, 70-mile trek around the city-limit of Omaha in […]

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Dia de los Muertos Exhibit at Bancroft…Kent Bellows 5th anniversary event…

Hoover Studios presents new work by printmaker Joey Lynch opening Oct. 5, 6-9pm in the Mastercraft Building Gallery. It will be open by appointment thru the month.  billhooverart.com The Mexican American Historical Society of the Midlands presents “Music to my Bones” a Dia de los Muertos Exhibit/Celebration opening the evening of Oct. 6, at Bancroft […]

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Joslyn completes Maximilan journals…Verbal Gumbo 1st anny…

Joslyn Art Museum announced the completion of their multiyear project translating the Old German journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied (explorer of the interior of North America in the early 1830s with Swiss artist Karl Bodmer). To celebrate the project that has received international interest due to the significance of the historical documents, the Museum […]

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MCC Gallery visiting artists show…Oakley rides New BLK…

Metropolitan Community College Elkhorn Gallery of Art hosts visiting artists Lauren Was and Adam Eckstrom for an exhibit opening of their work in “Ghost of a Dream” and public artist lecture Sept. 12. The Massachussetts based collaborators create sculpture and installations that “embody the essence of opulence while being constructed of materials that typically end […]

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Conversations on a Bus exhibit…Benson nude mud wrestling…

“Conversations on a Bus” peaks Sept. 7 at its public gallery opening at Omaha Metro Headquarters, 2222 Cuming St. Photographers Hooton Images brought this photo essay and interview project to fruition with curating aid from poet Sarah McKinstry-Brown and support from Omaha Creative Institute, Nebraska Humanities Council and Nebraska Arts Council. The show features 20 […]

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