Sign Language

Garden of the Zodiac presents Jeff Sedrel, New Paintings, with exhibition dates from November 14, 2019-January 14, 2020, with an opening reception on Thursday, November 14 from 7-9 pm. Primarily working in ink and brush Sedrel says “The paintings shown are simply what I have been working on in my studio over the last year […]

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Under the ‘Influence’

  “Influence season” has kicked off at KAENKO after the exhibit’s opening in September during the venue’s annual fundraiser. Influence, which continues until August of 2020,  is a celebration of the life and career of Jun Kaneko, the acclaimed Japanese ceramicist and founder of the KANEKO art center. His impact is examined through his own […]

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Clay Comparo

The Generator Space will present the show I borrow my comparisons from clay, being clay myself on November 8th. The two-person exhibition will feature work by ceramicist Sarah Hummel Jones and Lincoln-based painter Erik Daniel White. Curated by Hummel Jones, the show focuses on an aesthetic conversation between Daniel White’s highly sculptural paintings and her own […]

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‘Spirited Space’

The Lied Art Gallery at Creighton University presents Spirited Space: Figure and Form, photographs by Michael Flecky SJ. The show, which continues until November 24, features a gallery talk at the opening Friday, November 1. Recognized for his landscape, figure studies, studio and found objects this exhibit represents images of the Anasazi cliff dwellings, the […]

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Order Out of Chaos

(Editor’s note: This exhibit was incorrectly titled Order Out of Chaos in The Reader’s November issue. The correct title of the exhibit is Shimmer. We regret the error.)  How does one comprehend and balance abstraction among nature, chaos and  spirituality? Being present at the opening of Shimmer, the newest exhibit at the Michael Phipps Gallery, November 1, from […]

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‘Glimpses’

Anderson O’ Brien Fine Art gallery opens a new exhibition, Jane Booth: Glimpses  November 1, 2019, from 5-8 p.m. Jane Booth: Glimpses experiments with different points in time such as a fading past or a manifesting present.  Booth dove into art through ceramics.  Pursuing her “love of sculpture and working with her hands” lead her […]

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Extrasensory Perception

Currently on view at the Union for Contemporary Art is sometimes. we.cannot.be.with.our.bodies., an installation by multifaceted artist Vanessa German, whose social practice is personal, imaginative and most of all, never out of fashion. Gallery notes that accompany the show state the work specifically addresses violence against people of color, particularly within the LGBTQ+ community, and […]

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Alert: Casting Call

Adding community-inclusive performance art to its 2020 exhibition roster, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is issuing a casting call for its spring performance series, The New Inflation, created by Liv Schulman. The deadline for submission is November 1 and may be sent directly to TheNewInflation@gmail.com. A Paris-based artist, Schulman is known for her explorations […]

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‘Unite Us One’

It’s been a breakout year for interdisciplinary artist Barber ever since his intro to Omaha as a Fellow at the Union for Contemporary Art in 2018. Since then the Detroit-based artist who graduated cum laude from the University of Iowa has made his home and his mark here in at least five art exhibits and […]

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