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Digging Up Dirt


Color Her ‘Green’


All About the Artists


Opposites Attract


Exhibit A: ‘Water’


Nixon in close-up.






Entertaining and Educational


Art En Masse



"Transparence" is a solo exhibition by Angie Seykora, an instructor of sculpture at Creighton University, is an award-winning artist. She was selected for the fully funded Art-St-Urban Sculpture residency in St. Urban, Switzerland during the summers of 2014 and 2015. The exhibit, “Transparence” showcases recent works by Seykora that demonstrate her research with different textures, patterns and form. The work in...

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Mental Mapping

Landscapes as an art genre in general are pretty boring. The green plants, the vastness, the clichés of Bob Ross, and the implied narratives associated in the “changing of the seasons.”

Yet German photographer Frauke Bergemann’s exhibition Landscape – a distance quite close at the Garden of the Zodiac until Jan. 21, borrows this seeming pedestrian subject, pictorializing evidence that there is something left to...


Playhouse Shakeup

Hilary, we hardly know ye. And now Hilary Adams is gone in only her second season as artistic director of the Omaha Community Playhouse.

“Dismissed” was the verb in the daily’s lead sentence. If the Family Feud game show polled people on “What word comes before ‘dismissed’?,” the most common answer would be “class”, class dismissed, not director dismissed.

She arrived in 2014 with raves from staff, trustees and...

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Spice of Life

After years of quiet studio practice with little local public visibility, painter Mary Murphy has burst onto the art scene again. In April, an exhibition at Gallery 72 featured recent work done in her Omaha and New York studios. Now, the Cathedral Arts Project’s Sunderland Gallery provides an expansive look at the artist’s career in a show that runs through December 30.

The eponymous exhibition is large, spilling...

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