FIBER brings taste of international fiber arts to Omaha

By Andrew Aulner, Contributor The KANEKO in the KANEKO-UNO Library is currently hosting the FIBER exhibit, a collection of fiber and textile artwork that runs the gamut from...

New featured artists at the Artists’ Cooperative Art Gallery

On the corner of 11th and Howard streets, imagination takes over to present the Old Market Omaha with a new featured artist each month. However, two artists were featured last month: Judith Anthony Johnston and J.K. Thorsen, whose artwork both fit the concept of the Artists' Cooperative Gallery, "connecting local art and worldly wanderers."


‘If These Walls Could Talk’ showing at Polyester

It's difficult sometimes to make an argument for photographic art. After all, it's a field that mirrors reality, meant to replicate life via the "human experience" channel. Far too often, though, "the human experience" theme is portrayed in photos lacking imagination, making it more akin to "the dry, uninteresting experience."

The latest photography exhibit at Polyester gallery, 1618 Harney St., is anything but dry or uninteresting. The show, titled "If These Walls Could Talk," (showing through Nov. 27) offers a refreshing glimpse of human existence in private moments.


“Sister Act” at Omaha Community Playhouse: Two UNO students take up lead roles

Will Patterson ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR “Sister Act” is the musical comedy based on the 1992 film by the same name and is currently performing at...

The Union for Contemporary Art; Peeking into Peers’ Dreams

Jordan Kermodae CONTRIBUTOR It is like peeking into someone else’s dreams, as you walking into a world not seen before. Those are the dreams of Founder...

Student work showcased at juried art exhibition

The latest exhibit at UNO's art gallery features works by undergraduate students in the departments of Fine Arts and Art History. The juried exhibition was presided over by local artist and Creighton professor of graphic design, Tim Guthrie.


Students’ sign art speaks volumes

We are bombarded with images. Some are colorful and bright, intent on getting our attention to make us buy a product or think about a topic in a particular way. Then there are more practical images like the corner stop sign.


Sensory gallery gives new experience to art

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR Touching artwork is often strictly prohibited in galleries. The new University of Nebraska at Omaha Weber Fine Arts exhibit “Sensory: Please Touch the...