Senior UNO theatre student is a rising star

Trent Ostrom CONTRIBUTOR Michael Judah, a senior studying theatre and political science, will soon begin rehearsing for his final performance with the University of Nebraska at...

Omaha Community Playhouse features UNO graduate in “Mamma Mia!”

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER Whether you loved or hated the 2008 Meryl Streep movie “Mamma Mia!,” you’re in for an exciting ride with the vastly different...

Monarch migration a metaphor for native America in Bemis Center exhibit

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER In fluttering swarms of orange and black, millions of monarchs migrate from Canada to Mexico every year. These butterflies, with only a lifespan...
Front facade of Omaha's Joslyn Art Museum

Joslyn’s European galleries reopening after several months

Joslyn Art Museum will debut the re-opening of their European art galleries this Saturday, May 20. The five gallery rooms originally closed for renovations...

Art and science collide in KANEKO’s “light” exhibit

By Danielle Meadows Pieces from 12 artists shine inside KANEKO, a gallery space that’s known for being unconventional. The newest exhibit inside the 60,000-square-foot building contains...

UNO public art class embraces uncomfortable world

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER The smell of sawdust lingers in the air inside UNO’s Ceramics and Sculpture Lab as students shape plywood into cringe-worthy words. David Helm...

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...

Playhouse’s ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ loses magic of classic film

Adam Abou-Nasr Contributor A movie can sometimes capture a moment so perfectly that it transports an audience decades through time to the theater during its original...