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It’s not all “Cute and Creepy”

 

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

 
<p>Atropos, an edgy, surreal dreamscape painting by Nolan Tredway is featured in his show, Surface Tension in LIncoln's Fuse Coworking gallery.</p>

‘Surface Tension’

Ahh, Nolan Tredway, Lincoln, Nebraska's “golden boy.” It can be said that Tredway is easily one of the region's more recognizable young artists. His work over the last ten years or so has been nothing but consistent as he pushes himself to further develop what seems to be one enormous body of work. 

Most days in our fair community you could throw a stick and hit an "artist" making work using drippy,...


<p>Ric Marchio features handmade musical instruments at Fred Simon Gallery</p>

Different Drummers

Ric Marchio and Michael Giron’s new exhibit at the Nebraska Arts Council/ Fred Simon Gallery, which continues to August 22, combines work moving in highly variant directions, so each may appeal to very different audiences. 

Marchio is showing handmade musical instruments, and Giron features two-dimensional experiments benefitted by a bonfire. Giron’s title: “On the Brighter Side of Post-Apocalyptic Minimalism”

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Director Thompson Talks About “Abby”

            The Shelterbelt Theatre’s latest production entitled Abby in the Summer by A.P. Andrews is going into its final two weekends. Director Beth Thompson took some time to answer some questions about the production.

How did Shelterbelt come across this play?

(Former Artistic Director) Ellen Struve found A.P. Andrews online.  He is a NY based playwright who grew up in Superior Nebraska. He has written what...


<p>Laura Carlson exhibits new work for viewer intervention in her show, <em>Social Studies,</em> at Dale Clark branch of Omaha Public Library.</p>

‘Social Studies’

The series of paintings and assorted documents by Omaha-based artist Laura Carlson, currently on display at the downtown branch of the Omaha Public Library, is part art exhibit, part performance, and part social experiment.  The set of eight canvases in the Michael Phipps Gallery at the W. Dale Clark branch, entitled Social Studies, are the heart of this exhibit and will be on view until July 28.

Depending on when...


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