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Seeing is Believing

 

‘Brand New’ at New BLK

 

Agents of Change

 

Art Restart

 

Angie Seykora to be featured at Creighton’s Lied Art Gallery

 

A-LIst Show & Tell

 

Flower Power

 

Check Out the Art

 

Many Faces

 

Geometric Progression

 
<p>'Doc Holiday' by Freddy Rincon in exhibit<em> CardBOARD </em>at RNG Gallery</p>

Agents of Change

Cardboard at its best is an imperfect, extremely unspectacular material that is very familiar yet often ignored.  It is cheap and disposable, but in the hands of an artist this material can become rather interesting and very beautiful.  

There is a moment of pause and reflection that happens when something so utilitarian becomes something else, when the overlooked can become memorialized and celebrated for its...


Art Restart

As we power up the Reader in its new monthly format, the visual arts department is ready to re-commit its coverage of the Metro scene both online and in print. As its contributing editor I am confident that our readers will continue to receive the best reportage and review of the area contemporary arts vibe media can offer. And we will do this with both new and familiar faces and voices.

But before we introduce our...


<p>Mixed media by Angie Seykora at Creighton University's Lied Art Gallery, Jan-Feb 2015</p>

Angie Seykora to be featured at Creighton’s Lied Art Gallery

The Creighton University Lied Art Gallery will host Angie Seykora’s Working Materials art exhibition January 16th through February 15, with a reception Friday, January 16, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Seykora will give an artist lecture on Saturday, January 24 from 1-2 p.m.in the gallery. The events are free and open to the public.

Working Materials is a solo exhibition by the Omaha based artist and Creighton...


<p>New work from arist/curator Kin Reid Kuhn makes the 2014 A-List</p>

A-LIst Show & Tell

Before we close the door on 2014 with a hopeful eye on the future, lets look at the past year, particularly in an area of popular culture that gets short shrift in mainstream and social media despite its contribution to the quality of “the Good Life” in Nebraska.

Fortunately, the relative success of the visual arts in the Metro, unlike political elections and football, isn’t measured in win/loss columns, playoffs...


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