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...

UNO faculty art exhibit

UNO's art gallery, room 219 in the Weber Fine Arts building, displays work from artists of all levels: undergraduates, graduate students and professional artists. Right now, the gallery is showcasing art by UNO faculty artists.

Faculty Q&A with Jeremy Johnson of the Art Department

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Not only a pro assistant professor but a pro art advocate, Dr. Jeremy Johnson of the University of Nebraska at Omaha...

Juried student art exhibition opens in UNO gallery

UNO's annual student art exhibition showcases the best art produced by 40 students majoring in studio art. On display are many different media ranging from printmaking to sculpture to jewelry.

UNO Theatre Presents: The Clearing by Helen Edmundson

Kimberly Gau CONTRIBUTOR When faced with life or death, decisions about love and loyalty suddenly become challenging. This is the reality for the characters in UNO...

‘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.

402 Arts Collective offers artistic opportunities to locals

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The 402 Arts Collective provides art enthusiasts of Omaha a chance to learn, practice and display their craft. The endeavors of this...

Family-friendly fun: UNO Theatre’s “Human Centipede” a handful

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