By Corbin Hirschhorn
Omaha, NE—In addition to serving as a gallery space, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts engages with the community through their artist-in-residence program, and opportunity for local and international artists to live and work at the downtown facility for about two months. This time the theme is “Art, Empathy and Ethos,” focusing on artists whose work negotiates,
understands and communicates themes relating to empathy.
By Brandon McDermott
Omaha, NE – On this week’s edition of Friday Faculty Focus, KVNO’s Brandon McDermott talks to University of Nebraska at Omaha professor Dr. Sandra Rodriguez-Arroyo. They discuss a possible shortage of English as a Second Language teachers in Nebraska as well as English language learners and how to ready teacher of these students.Read More
Omaha, NE – During the last decade or so, the skyline around Omaha has been changing. But North Omaha has seen little in the way of reinvestment dollars in decades. …Until now. Ryan Robertson and Brandon McDermott with KVNO News have more in the special series, Reinvesting in North Omaha.Read More
75 North, a local nonprofit, is laying the groundwork of what a successful public/private partnership could look like.Read More
The non-profit 75 North is spearheading a $100 million dollar investment in the Highlander Neighborhood.Read More