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From Tucson to Iowa


Loving Living in the Midwest:


Shawn Ballarin


Portraits of the artists as no longer young


‘Something Old, Something New’


Digging Up Dirt


Color Her ‘Green’


All About the Artists


Opposites Attract


Exhibit A: ‘Water’

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Art En Masse

Lincoln artists Byron Anway and Jordan Buschur put a little order to chaos in the latest offering at the Nebraska Art’s Council’s Fred Simon Gallery. Their exhibition, Mass In, opens to the public on January 25 at 1004 Farnam Street, lower level, with an artist’s reception on January 29 from 5-7pm.

Anway will show large format watercolors and oil paintings that feature scenes of brawls and other dense crowd scenes...


How women’s clothes reveal what’s underneath

"Think of it as a warm-up to Sex and the City 2,” said the L.A.Times about Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore,  a “kind of affirming chick outing.” This theatrical collection of monologues might be a different type of warm-up for a chilly winter evening at Omaha Community Playhouse. In a spin-off from a 1995 book of the same name by Ilene Beckerman, a collection of tales unfolds, often comic,...

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‘Letterpress Mentor’

UNO Art Gallery’s current exhibit, Harry Duncan as Letterpress Mentor, celebrates an artisan movement that applauds the handmade, limited productions of local artists using a process and an aesthetic that hearken to times bygone.

On exhibit until Feb.11 both at the UNO Art Gallery and the Criss Library, the show honors Harry Duncan, poet, letterpress publisher, and former UNO book arts professor on the anniversary...


The lives of artists frame unexpected portraits

Omaha playwright Ellen Struve has designed a play whose background focuses on collecting art. In the foreground she portrays divorce, dating, scenes of failure and the awash patterns of internet connections. You can sit and study the world premiere of Untitled Series #7: A Comedy at Shelterbelt Theatre. Struve explains that she’d just finished a play involving very serious issues and wanted a project full of fun....

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