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Fine Art of Sustainability

<p>  Volume 1 of Maximilian’s original journals, open to pages 224–225, showing the prince’s colorful depictions of the Sauk and Meskwaki Indians he met in St. Louis in March 1833. All of Maximilian’s drawings are reproduced at nearly original size and placement in the new publication.</p>

Joslyn completes Maximilan journals…Verbal Gumbo 1st anny…

Joslyn Art Museum announced the completion of their multiyear project translating the Old German journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied (explorer of the interior of North America in the early 1830s with Swiss artist Karl Bodmer). To celebrate the project that has received international interest due to the significance of the historical documents, the Museum is hosting a public symposium Sept. 22 with speakers:...

Got Gunk?

“Got Gunk?”

The Radiator Specialty Company promotes it as a line of automotive maintenance products. More precisely, the discipline of philosophy states it applies to any indivisible whole. And though a common by-product of virtually every culture, now it’s even surfaced as…are you ready...an art form.

Modern Arts Midtown is featuring this mysterious substance in a variety of colors and formats in its current...

<p>  Art by Oakley for The New BLK.</p>

MCC Gallery visiting artists show…Oakley rides New BLK…

Metropolitan Community College Elkhorn Gallery of Art hosts visiting artists Lauren Was and Adam Eckstrom for an exhibit opening of their work in “Ghost of a Dream” and public artist lecture Sept. 12. The Massachussetts based collaborators create sculpture and installations that “embody the essence of opulence while being constructed of materials that typically end of in the trash.” mccneb.edu.

The New BLK...

Exchanging Glances

Viewers might recognize painter Rebecca Herskovitz’ expressive and large images of women reclaimed from contemporary magazines in her one-night-only solo exhibit, “looking at you looking at me,” at Hoover Studios September 7.

Herskovitz’ exhibit is the second in the recently opened studio by Omaha based artist Bill Hoover in the Mastercraft Building. The artists met while working together at The Kent Bellows...

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