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Reality Show


The line forms to the left, pal


Art of Third Place


‘Heavenly Shades of Night are Falling’


‘Street Life Fragments’


A Shakespeare rarity flashes by.


An anatomically incorrect Barbie?


Two for the Show


Lear and you.


Study in Contrasts

A new exhibition of works by two Creighton University fine arts alumni—Antonio Jacob Martinez and Tupac Martir—recently opened at the Lied Art Gallery on August 29. It is described as multidisciplinary, but it is best understood as a study in contrasts by artists who use light and shadow as their principle media.

Photography, it is said, is the art of fixing shadows. Although there are fewer practitioners of...


‘Latino Artists…

Latino artists from the Omaha metro area will close their art side-by-side in a one-of-a-kind exhibit at the Bancroft Street Market Gallery this Friday, Oct. 2, from 6-8 p.m. The closing reception in the gallery at 2702 S. 10th St., will feature poetry readings and an open mic.

The juried exhibit, Latino/Latin American Artists: Exhibitions & Conversations, which is free and open to the public, is the result of a...

Shelterbelt theatre

There may be no shelter below the belt at Shelterbelt

The term “singularity” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_singularity) suggests a potential for science fiction or, alternatively, a look into real things to come. Mathematicians and physicists use that word to posit that, as technology keeps moving forward, so too will changes in human life and that human behavior, as we know it now, might cease to exist, possibly as early as 2030. Spinning off from this...

The bat/man rises again

In 1897 when Irish author and theatre manager Bram Stoker wrote his now world-famous novel Dracula he certainly had no idea how deathless his creation would become. Actually, he wasn’t breaking new ground writing about a centuries-old creature emerging from a soil- packed coffin to roam the earth in search of other people’s blood to sustain him. Going back as far as 1819, other authors had written tales about...

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