Omaha Under the Radar Enters 5th Year

July 25th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

“There will be surprising things, there things that make us uncomfortable, things that confuse us, things that bore us, and things that we have no reference for. And then the next thing you hear might be a songwriter with a ukulele that sounds kind of pleasant.”

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‘The Map and Its Porcelain Goat’

July 6th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Maple Street Construct, a gallery in Benson, was initially founded to create an artistic link between Omaha and L.A. Now, the gallery is showing what the Midwest has to offer in the word of contemporary art.

Tonight, Maple Street Construct will open the exhibition, The Map and its Porcelain Goat, by Iowa artist, Peter Goché.

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Project Project’s $100 Art Sale Tonight

June 8th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Project Project, one of South Omaha’s Vinton Street Galleries, will be hosting their annual $100 Art Sale tonight. It’s a chance for attendees to acquire contemporary art from around the country at a reasonable price. It’s also an important event for the gallery, since they typically don’t ask for money for the rest of the year. Co-Founder, Joel Damon.

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“Lauren Conrad Is Crying”

June 8th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Lauren Conrad is Crying. That’s the title of Omaha Creative Institute’s next artist run exhibition, part of a program for developing and supporting local art. If you don’t know who Lauren Conrad is, you might have been avoiding the tv for the last couple decades. She’s one of the biggest stars to rise from the early days of soap-opera styled reality television, starring in Laguna Beach as a teenager in 2004 (and making way for the Kardashians and maybe even some politicians). Her career continues today in fashion, and as personality, but she’s now an interest of curators, Esau Betancourt and Cate O’Brien, said Betancourt.

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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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‘Two Places at Once’ Opens at Darger HQ

January 12th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

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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