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Museum Quality Show

A long time coming, 15 years to be exact, but Joslyn Art Museum is once again featuring regional Art Seen on a grand scale.

The last such exhibition of sort was the Midlands Invitational 2000: Works on Paper, organized by then-curator Janet Farber and Joslyn director John Schloder, and which included Nebraska artists Karen Kunc and Paul Otero.

Joslyn’s popular Invitationals covered a seven-state region. Art Seen,...


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‘You Are Here’

Having visited the South Omaha studio of artist Watie White a few times in the past, I was surprised on my most recent foray to encounter a new object dominating the space:  a long table (actually, three tables lined up end to end) composed of reclaimed wood (flooring, doors, etc.) and seemingly waiting for a grand, if rustic, meal to be served to a large group of people arriving at any minute.

White reminded me...


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Renewable Energy

(Editor’s note: In May, The Reader published Part One of an article on Artist Sustainability. It focused mainly on seminars, workshops and courses in professional and business practices that Metro arts venues and colleges offer pre-emerging and emerging artists. Metro Community College and The Union for Contemporary Arts, and several students, artists and staffs were featured in that edition. Part Two below...


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Artists! Sustain Thyself!

(Artist Sustainability: In April, Reader ran a feature on sustainable art, that is, art dedicated to drawing attention to social, economic and environmental issues. Beginning in May, we are publishing a two-part story on an issue even nearer and dearer to all in the creative class, artist sustainability. Part one below concentrates on non-degree colleges, programs and venues that enable especially emerging artists...


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