This exhibition explores themes of flight, journey, and migration through Samuel Bak’s oeuvre. His work, informed by his experiences as a forced migrant and refugee in the aftermath of World […]
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For the last 3+ years, our world has undergone a traumatic sea change. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced individuals, communities, and entire countries to shift their perspectives, policies, and priorities. […]
Each Salon Reading Series event features a reading of a play followed by a moderated discussion of the play's themes and how these themes apply to the community. The theme […]
Speaker: Matt Mason Sponsored by the Ogallala Regional Arts Council
This event is part of a series of hybrid lecture/workshops. Experts will present historical, religio-cultural, folkloric, and geographical information in the first half of the event. Then, additional information about […]
Speaker: Matt Mason Sponsored by Loup City Public Schools
Speaker: Joan Wells Sponsored by Cherry Corner Estates
The Nebraska Poets Reading Series highlights the talent of Nebraska poets and invites discussion with audience members. All events are free online, but registration is required to receive an event […]
An evening of multimedia storytelling led by immigrant, refugee, and multicultural high school and middle school students in Lincoln. Student presentations will be followed by interactive breakout sessions.
Speaker: Beth Dotan Sponsored by the Sump Memorial Library
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