UNO art graduate returns to display her exhibit in Hexagon Gallery

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR McKenzie Phelps, a 2016 graduate of UNO comes back to present her exhibition, “The Ethereal Body.” “The Ethereal Body” features figurative quilts that were...

New art exhibit opens in Weber Fine Arts Gallery

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR A new art exhibit “Behind the Fields” by Melissa Leandro will open on Oct. 8 in the Weber Fine Arts Gallery and will...

‘Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express’: Omaha Community Playhouse invites us aboard

James Knowles A&E EDITOR The preview showing of “Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express” kicked off what looks to be a great run at the...

Fall Reading Series kicks off at Criss Library

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR Saddiq Dzukogi kicked off the Fall Reading Series at the Criss Library on Wednesday night by reading pieces out of his poetry collection,...

“U Can’t Tell Me Nothing Just By Lookin’: An Artie Mack Experience”

Hannah Michelle Bussa NEWS EDITOR Artie Mack was born on the deaf spectrum and has lived in Lincoln, Nebraska, their entire life. “I use 'deaf' and 'hard...

Yart Sale and Omaha’s backyard art community

James Knowles A&E EDITOR “Where do you get your bones?” is a question that one would expect to hear at museums, graveyards and mortuaries, not a...

“Dear Jack, Dear Louise”: Omaha Community Playhouse gives us something to write home about

James Knowles A&E EDITOR The Omaha Community Playhouse opened their 2021-2022 season to a standing ovation with “Dear Jack, Dear Louise,” a tale of intimacy overcoming...

Joslyn set to close for renovations, yet still has much to offer

James Knowles A&E EDITOR The Joslyn Art Museum is one of Omaha’s greats. The massive, rose-hued blocks of marble and Art Deco style make the building...