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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

 

Lara’s New Lungs a Rejoiceful Time for Theatre Community

- It was a week to remember in the Omaha theatre community.

Last Monday, Lara Marsh, Artistic Coordinator for the Nebraska Theatre Caravan, received the news that she was finally going to get new lungs. Marsh had been diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis since age 4 and has been on the national lung transplant list since March of 2012. By that time, her lung capacity was a fraction of that of a normal person.

But...


‘Objects of My Attention’

Catherine Ferguson: The Objects of My Attention seems at first like a conversation in which the object being discussed is visible but not seen. The photographs and cast bronzes in this current exhibition at Modern Arts Midtown have a dialogue, but the actual glass objects from which they were distilled are not there.

“The original object of her attention has been dispensed with,” Gallery Director Larry Roots...


A Comic Book Come to Life at The Rose

- Those looking for family friendly theatre this week should look no farther than The Rose Theater for their upcoming production of Big Nate: The Musical.

The story of Big Nate: The Musical centers on the antics of Nate Wright, a detention-riddled sixth grader who hopes to capture the beautiful Jenny’s heart by winning first prize in his school’s “Battle of the Bands. ” Although his band, Enslave the Mollusk,...


Shock & Awe

Lincoln artist Jar Schepers is a self-described surrealistic sculptor with a deeply held socio-political point of view (POV). Yet, as Schepers’ current exhibit, Materialization at the Garden of the Zodiac in the Old Market Passageway clearly illustrates, his idealism and social conscience are exceeded only by his wildly creative imagination and artisanship. It’s the latter that most likely will resonate with...


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