Senior BFA exhibit to close out semester in Weber gallery

Crisp design, towering symbolism and haunting imagery occupy the gallery space at the Weber Fine Arts building in the final exhibition of the fall 2011 semester. The exhibition is a showcase of the thesis projects of six Bachelor of Fine Arts students.


Community Engagement Center celebrates diversity with art

By Tressa Eckerman, Contributor In addition to being a new and exciting addition to the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the Community Engagement Center also...

The finer things: fine arts at UNO

UNO students get involved on campus in the Fine Arts Department in several ways.

 


UNO’s filmmaking club to hold inaugural showcase of its first student films

By Phil Brown, Reporter Nebraska filmmakers and film lovers are carving out a place for themselves in Omaha. Established in 2005, the Omaha Film Festival has found success as...

Exhibit focuses on feminism through artwork

Art can be provocative. It can be powerful. It can be beautiful. The "Les Femmes Folles: Voice" exhibit, co-curated by Sally Deskins and Megan Loudon Sanders and currently on display at The New Blk (black) at 1213 Jones St., embodies all of these things.


Graduating senior art projects: On display in Criss Library and UNO Art Gallery

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Thesis projects by graduating seniors in the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Studio Arts programs at the University of Nebraska...

‘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.


Photo exhibit more than just pictures

"Have you ever been to Chernobyl?"

That's a question that most of us have never been asked.