Exhibit focuses on transforming spaces at Bemis Center

The Bemis Center, located in downtown Omaha on 12th and Leavenworth streets, is a place for contemporary artists to share their work with the Omaha community.  It's been home to hundreds of exhibits.

“One Man, Two Guvnors” Brings Laughs and Audience Participation to the Omaha Community Playhouse

Katie Zimmerer CONTRIBUTOR Servants, masters, and lovers–these are the three categories all the characters in “One Man, Two Guvnors” can fall into. The play is based...

The finer things: fine arts at UNO

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


Joslyn Art Museum hosts a special Valentine’s Day event

With Valentine's Day slowly creeping up, it would be wise for all of you procrastinators to start planning now.  Otherwise, you'll find yourself stuck waiting 30 minutes for a table at Applebee's.  Or, in a movie theatre sitting rows away from your date, because you got the only two seats left in the theatre.
This year, beat the crowds and woo your valentine with a not-so-typical night of romance.  The Joslyn Art Museum will be hosting a special night of food, cocktails and art on Thursday, Feb. 14 at 6pm.

The Joslyn Museum unveils new items in contemporary collection

Maria Nevada PHOTO EDITOR What can new pieces of art and a rehanging of a gallery really do for a museum, it's tempting to ask. The...

Joslyn brings a taste of Ancient Egypt to Omaha

The romance and intrigue often associated with Ancient Egypt has come to Omaha's Joslyn Art Museum.

Art department showcases creative talent

The Department of Art and Art History at UNO's Gallery, located in the Weber Fine Arts Building, hosted a number of exhibitions over the past academic year. The exhibits included African-American Masters from the Sheldon Museum of Art, UNL; Carved Board Clamp Resist Dyeing: Historical Perspective and Contemporary Application; Sequenced Fibers: Books on Fabric or Handmade Papers; and the UNO BFA Thesis and BA in Studio Arts Seniors' Exhibit.

Joslyn’s first all-black exhibition challenges themes of race, culture and identity

San Juana Paramo STAFF WRITER A blinking “America” neon sign greets museum attendees--a calm, ominous welcome. They mill around the exhibition silently, eyes glued to paintings...