ArtSlam19 Tonight at Bancroft Street Market

April 18th, 2019

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Tonight’s ArtSlam19 at Bancroft Street Market isn’t exactly a typical gallery exhibition, where some guests might glance passively at one painting or another. It’s an annual event created by UNO’s Friends of Art, an organization that supports emerging talent. The artists, nine local upstarts, invite the audience to speak up and weigh in.

Featuring John Rodgers, Chairman of FOA’s  Special Projects Committee

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The Kaneko Introduces “Reality”

May 31st, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Following Light, the Kaneko opens their next exhibition this weekend, Reality. Again, the gallery space will feature a wide range of different media, concepts and technologies. Reality challenges viewers’ perceptions, suggesting new ways of thinking about what is real.

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Generator Series’ ‘Sound and Memory,’ Modern Music and Visuals

March 7th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Despite new approaches in music performance emerging in the 20th century, concerts still tend to look the same: a stage with performers, and seating or standing room. The Generator Series at Kaneko, part of Omaha Under the Radar, was designed to challenge that concept.

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Roomful of Teeth to Perform at Kaneko

November 16th, 2017

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Dedicated to the work of living composers and music of the 21st century, The Generator Series is returning to Kaneko tonight for its third installment with choral group, Roomful of Teeth. Inspired by vocal styles from around the world, Roomful of Teeth reimagines the expressive potential of the human voice, utilizing techniques like throat singing explained Amanda DeBoer Bartlett, director of Omaha Under the Radar.

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‘Fragile Boundaries’ at Darger HQ

September 8th, 2017

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Friday, September 2, Darger HQ gallery will open their next show, Fragile Boundaries. Darger brings together local and international artists, this time Camille Hawbaker, based in Omaha, and Jordanian-British artist Julia Ibbini, currently living in Abu-Dhabi. The artists’ works complement each other in that they both consider pattern, color, and texture, and conceptually respond to feelings on location and identity. Hawbaker has lived in various cities in the states, and Ibbini noted that concerns regarding identity might be endemic in the United Arab Emirates.

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