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For Dust Thou ‘Art’….

 

In Good Company

 

Heads or Tales

 

Seldom Seen

 

‘Vertical Disintegration’

 

Gonzo Comic Artist

 

Stamp Collecting Never Looked So Good

 

Two for the Show

 

“#BemisPainters,1982-2015”

 

‘Subtle Surfaces’

 
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Governor’s Arts Awards announced…

The 2012 Governor’s Arts Awards were announced last week, including Emerging Leader Anne Trumble of Emerging Terrain, Excellence in Arts Education awardees Connie Dillow and Donald D. Ruleaux, Heritage Arts awardee African Culture Connection, Leonard Thiessen awardees Catherine and Terry Ferguson, Organizational Achievement awardees Blue Barn Theatre and Friends of the Midwest Theatre, Outstanding Artist Jun...


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Bemis art talk, First Friday in Omaha and Lincoln, Lincoln feminist show calls for art

Bemis Thursday art talk Feb. 2 includes artists Matthew Radune, Eric Zimmerman and collaborators Lauren Was and Adam Eckstrom of Ghost of a Dream. Also Thursday night, Love’s Jazz and Arts Center opens Soul Sanctuary with images of the African American worship experience by photographer Jason Miccolo Johnson from across the country.  Thursday night at Modern Arts Midtown, Stroke by Stroke, paintings by Omaha...


Lincoln Calling

Seven years after opening its Underground space to experimental, emerging artists, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts has evolved one step further with its first exhibit in 2012, Transceiver, which continues through Feb. 11.

Transceiver, an exhibition of non-traditional media curated by Lincoln’s Drift Station, is the first of an open series of shows that feature regional artist-run venues or groups that...


Moms Club Gives Belt New Image

Ellen Struve writes plays and she’s artistic director for the Shelterbelt Theatre. That’s why she served refreshments at a fund-raising performance that filled all 50-plus seats for 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche.

“All board members take turns working nights. Everybody does everything,” she notes. Ellen  poured wine while executive director Craig Bond sold tickets.

Now the theater runs Shelterbelt with Love 11,...


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