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All About the Artists

On the job less than six months, and working in concert with two new senior staff whose hiring preceded his arrival, new Executive Director Chris Cook is launching the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts into a year of experimentation from every angle—programmatically, curatorially and institutionally.

Cook comes to Bemis with a background that is diverse in both geography and subject matter.  His first position...


Opposites Attract

The combining of the north and south galleries of the Petshop Gallery may unexpectedly underscore its two new exhibits opening February 5 in Benson.

With a small bridge-way between the two spaces, one can literally move between Harrison Martin’s journalistic photography and Jamie Hardy’s abstract light installations.

While Hardy’s focus on the in-between is captured in flashes of light and Martin’s relies on the...

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Exhibit A: ‘Water’

The Kaneko’s new exhibit Water, which opens this Friday, Feb. 5, utilizes both science and art to enlighten the public to the future importance of arguably earth’s greatest resource. 

Artists showcased in Water include Omahans Susan Knight, known for her fiber work, ceramicist Iggy Sumnik, figure and nature photographer Kat Moser, and mixed-media artist Ying Zhu.

Those outside the region include Connecticut artist...

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Nixon in close-up.

Building, enhancing, and enriching self-image becomes the focus of Peter Morgan’s rewind of history in Frost/Nixon. The 2006 play explores the backstories and those out front when, in 1977, three years after resigning from his stained presidency, Richard Nixon consented to a series of TV interviews with British journalist and media personality David Frost.

Logically you could think that this is all about that...

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