Reed Moore Newsletter | Thursday, April 2

Wednesday, April 1 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning,   Today’s top stories include unemployment claims that keep climbing, schools that will stay closed through May 31 and Nebraska’s fifth Covid-19 death. Your top local stories Unemployment jumped dramatically for the second […]

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Face It: Masks Work

Face It Masks work by Michael Braunstein On it goes. That’s what happens when the collective conscious is obsessed, rightfully or not. So in this Heartland Healing, we’ll continue as well. The goal of this week is to inject some observations that may temper thoughts as well as offer actions. Panic, pandemic or pandemonium… regardless, […]

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‘Generations’

In a concerted effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Bemis Center galleries are temporarily closed and upcoming public programs have been postponed. New dates for upcoming programs will be announced as soon as possible here and via email and social media. For Berlin-based artist Claudia Wieser, the objet d’art is not the end of the creative process, but one of […]

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Triple Threat

First Friday in March brought together three artists to the Michael Phipps Gallery; Shawnequa Linder, Derek Courtney and Joe Pankowski. The trio will be on view through April. Shawnequa Linder is known for her vital portrait and landscape paintings in which she portrays levels of motion and poignancy through unconventional application techniques that evoke movement […]

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‘UnNatural Histories’

Tennessee, watercolorist Melissa Wilkinson will present work from her UnNatural Histories series opening March 11 at the Gallery of Art and Design at Metropolitan Community College’s Fort Campus. Borrowing from 19th century naturalist illustrators like John James Audubon, Jacques Barraband, and Elizabeth Gould, Wilkinson collages internet-sourced images, creating seductive and suggestive surrealist pastiches. While her […]

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‘The Gobernment’

Liv Schulman; Le Goubernement [The Gobernment] (installation view), 2019, in The Knife Without a Blade That Lacks a Handle at CRAC Alsace, Altkirch, France; Dimensions variable; Courtesy of the artist; Photo: © Aurélien Mole. Plenty to do and see starting mid-March at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. Award-winning Argentinian artist Liv Schulman gets her first North […]

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Dysfunction Junction

Ceramicist John Dennison will reveal the latest from his pottery series “Bowls Beyond Function” and more at the Sunderland Gallery with two scheduled openings, March 8, from 1-3 p.m. and a First Friday Opening, April 3 from 5-7 p.m. Dennison describes the body of work as “a dysfunctional marriage of the functional and the nonfunctional” […]

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