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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

 

Two for the Show

 

Breaking the Mold

 

Art of Deception

“My five year old could have done that!”

The above isn’t an uncommon public response to modern art that artists have had to endure for decades. Worse, it’s understandable. In an age when many viewers leave the imaginative world of visual art behind in the fifth grade or earlier, painting and sculpture of merit, not to mention new media, has to be recognizable at best or at least merely decorative and...


‘Shit’ Happens

“I don’t like gross things—and a lot of the SHIT SHOW, like the Sweatshop Gallery, is gross--but it’s genius,” Zoe Kuhn, daughter of artist Kim Darling, said of the live performance-exhibit that premiered October 12 at The New BLK Gallery.

Genius, perhaps, certainly a local art revival of sorts, the SHIT SHOW features visual artists Darling, Brion Polonic and Chris Fischer with installations and performance...


Bemis eBid

That cell phone in your purse, hip-clip or back pocket gets smarter and smarter. It's no longer just about tweeting, texting, liking and the occasional butt-dial.

Today iPhones swiped across a QR code help you to check out and purchase all kinds of products and services. In addition, two new Galaxy's embrace and playlists and photo albums are exchanged.

Whatever their purpose or potential, smart phones make it...


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Triple Crown

“It’s been a long time,” artist Tom Bartek responded, when writer Roger Welsch, in an NETV interview asked how long Bartek had been making art. Born in 1932, Tom Bartek’s 2012 Retrospective celebrates 60 years of art making in three different venues; Creighton’s Lied Gallery (paintings), Sept. 14 – Oct. 19, Nebraska Arts Council’s Fred Simon Gallery (serigraphs), Sept. 24 – Nov. 2, and University of Nebraska...


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