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‘Woolf’ is a Beast of a Challenge

 

‘Art in Motion:’

 

Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.

 

Park Avenue Pride

 

The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.

 

Heavy Metal Magic

 

Our Town is Must-See

 

ONCE

 

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

 

Artists! Sustain Thyself!

 

‘Trace Elements’

“Art is always material first.” Kirk Varnedoe

 Whether considering the material of which it’s made, which Varnedoe does, or the material it contains, Modern Arts Midtown contributes to the conversation with Graceann Warn’s Trace Elements, new encaustic paintings on panel, now on view at the gallery through August 4, 2012.

Warn was raised in New Jersey, and earned her Master’s in Landscape Architecture from the...


<p>  Scott Blake's self-portrait made with color tiles (2008) with his Chuck Close story featured on salon.com</p>

Justin Beller at Curbside…Jess Benjamin’s ThinkTank…

Justin Beller is exhibiting multi-media paintings, wall installations and “plinth-like towers” at Curbside Clothing in the Old Market thru the month of July. Curbsideclothing.com.

Artist Jess Benjamin opens her own studio in Benson for ThinkTank, a five-day workshop with five artists and academics who will initiate conversation and work. The community is encouraged to follow and offer opinions or take...


<p>  Art by Adrianne Watson.</p>

You’re Welcome in Omaha Art/Music at House of Loom…

You’re Welcome in Omaha, an effort by residents in “art, music, business, education, community and faith who are proud that Omaha is inclusive and welcoming of all of its immigrant neighbors” presents an art/music Fundraiser July 20th at House of Loom. The evening will include original art by Shane Bainbridge, Wendy Jane Bantam, John Henry Muller, Carrie Ratcliff, Justin Kemerling and more for sale to benefit the...


Season’s Funniest Play Tenor, Tartuffe or?

In less than a week, Theatre Arts Guild voters must pick their favorites from 150 or so nominees in 39 productions. I saw 30 of the 39, and many others that weren’t nominated, including some that were badly neglected on the ballots.

Of the three funniest plays I saw, only Lend Me a Tenor (Omaha Community Playhouse) received appropriate recognition, with nods for best comedy, director, two lead actors, a...


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