ARC: The Exhibit

Affirmation. Reinvention. Creation. On Saturday September 1st, join Nosh Wine Lounge for ARC: The Exhibit from artist Gary Kudym. As part of Omaha Creative Week, Kudym will be on hand to discuss his artistic journey and the metamorphosis it caused in his life.

Jewelry designs by Carmella’s Closet will also be available for auction as a compliment to Kudym’s work, along with original pieces on display and for purchase. Contributions from the event will go to the Metamorphosis Fund, which raises funds to ease the financial burden on cancer patients and survivors who need goods and services to aid in their recovery.

ARC: The Exhibit will take place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, September 1st at Nosh Wine Lounge, located at 1006 Dodge Street in Omaha.

Handmade Artist Market at Benson First Friday

On September 7th, join in on the Benson First Friday (BFF) fun with a Handmade Artist Market featuring items for sale from local artisans of all kinds. The market will take place at the Benson Theater space, serving as a fundraiser for the project. DJ Jonra Blender will be on hand to get the music flowing, food will be available for sale and a raffle drawing will take place at 8 p.m.

Featured sellers include Curbside Clothing, Airport Love Story, Autopilot Art Clothing, Repieced by Liz Moldenhauer, Elisabeth Space, Lennon’s Lovelies, Lion’s Mane Vintage, Miss Cake, Megan Thomas, Maranda Allbritten, Octopuses Garden Art Alliance, Rachel O. and Tony Jackson.

This event will take place from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, September 7th at 6054 Maple Street in Omaha.

Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik is a stylist, costumier, wife and freelance writer based in Omaha, Nebraska. Her style blog can be found at fashflood.com.


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