Readings and Workshops at Kaneko for ‘feedback’ series

In Arts, on January 16th, 2018

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Omaha, NE—Presented by Kaneko and The Nebraska Writer’s Collective, the feedback Series aims to enliven the conversation about writing through readings and workshops. This Thursday at Kaneko, poets Nate Marshall from Chicago as well as Gina Keplinger and Ben Wenzl based here in Nebraska will perform.

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‘Two Places at Once’ Opens at Darger HQ

In Arts, on January 12th, 2018

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Omaha, NE—Tonight at Darger, artists Garric Simonsen from Spokane, WA and Craig Roper based here in Lincoln, open their joint exhibition, Two Places at Once. Paired together by Darger’s Director, Launa Bacon, Simonsen and Roper will share the gallery space until March.

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Omaha Symphony Joins Temple Israel and San Diego Jewish Men’s Choir

In Arts, on January 12th, 2018

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“I think what’s really interesting about the Jewish culture is that they have such a deep and rich heritage,” Lopez-Yañez said. “’Jewish themes’ truly is a very broad spectrum in what it covers, which is why this program is so perfect in that it’s able to tie in all these different connections to some more modern history or things like movies and film as well as things that are very historic.”

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‘Disappearance of the Word, Appearance’ of the World at the Union

In Arts, on January 11th, 2018

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Omaha, NE—This Friday, The Union for Contemporary Art will open their next exhibition, Disappearance of the word, Appearance of the world, a collection of paintings by Chicago based artist Caroline Kent. Inspired by language and translation, Kent sets abstract figures in darkness on the canvas.

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“Hatkiraar”: American Indian Avant-Garde at Bemis

In Arts, on January 10th, 2018

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This week, multidisciplinary artist and composer Nathan Young will perform Hatkiraar, or Stutter, blending electronic sound and Pawnee voices.

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Ditching Social Media? Try “Everybody Eats Lunch” Instead

In Arts, on January 10th, 2018

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Omaha, NE—When Oakland artist Christy Chan and local photographer Alex Matzke shared lunch last fall, their conversation was casual, but their time together was part of a larger art project of Chan’s called “Everybody Eats Lunch.”

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