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Mixed Media: Flooding and the NAC

* The flooding has the Nebraska Arts Council administration “taking precautions and implementing an emergency plan in the event that we are displaced by floodwaters,” from their lower-level offices in downtown Omaha's Burlington Building, according to its website. As of last weekend, operations were normal, but essential items have been moved to higher ground.    * Nebraskans for the Arts, also in the same...


Art on Tap at Joslyn, Topcoat and Tails at the New BLK

* The Joslyn Art Museum’s annual Art on Tap, sponsored by the Joslyn Art Museum Young Art Patrons, will feature beer, live music and local food May 13 from 8-11 p.m. Goose Island, LandShark, Leffe and Shock Top will be available for tastings, and Blanc Burgers, Cantina Laredo, Crave and Loft 610 will provide food. Orion Walsh and All Young Girls are Machine Guns will provide live music. Joslyn’s permanent...


Local talent Bart Vargas raising funds for artist residency in China

* Lincoln artist and University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor Aaron Holz will give a talk this Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Sheldon Museum of Art. (Full disclosure: I work at Sheldon.) Holz has an intimate exhibition in Sheldon's Focus Gallery. Of Heads and Hands is inspired by the drawings of 16th century artists Agnolo Bronzino and Jan Gossaert. Holz's portraits of heads and hands question what it means to paint...


Pizza and Picasso

* Lincoln’s Lux Center for the Arts is presenting a new slate of classes this spring. Classes for families include one called “Pizza and Picasso,” which includes a meal for parents and kids along with a family friendly art-making activity. Classes for adults include instruction on making handmade tiles, knitting, enameling on copper to create colorful glass surfaces, watercolor painting and a girls night out...


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