The University of Nebraska at Omaha celebrates the 50 years of Black Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, sharing both the triumphs and turbulent history of one of the oldest Black Studies departments in the nation.
A multimedia exhibit about leaving home and finding a new one. Sept 17-Oct 19 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Criss Library, UNO Campus
Each evening from October 1 through November 7 at 7 PM, Nebraska Wesleyan will present a multidisciplinary public humanities program exploring the horror genre and its impact as cultural phenomena in literature, film, religion, history and art. Details: Start October 1 @ 7 pm CDT End November 7 @ 7 pm CDT Organizer websites: www.nebrwesleyan.edu www.spookyevenings.com
UNL’s Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs will present the Human Trafficking and Migration Initiative's 2021 Virtual Summit. Throughout the month of October, the program will showcase a virtual lineup of speakers, panels, and conversations all centered on the theme of trafficking, migration, and injustice.
The Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its first ever conference exclusively devoted to Robert Henri, one of America’s most influential artists and art instructors. The program will be conducted at both the Paulsen Conference Center and the museum and its art gallery.
This photo-documentary exhibit immerses visitors into a year of life histories, diversity and change within a single square meter of prairie habitat.
Final Packet Distribution 7:30 am to 8:4 am Tours of Robert Henri's Boyhood Home Tours of the Robert Henri Art Gallery Special Tour of The Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney at 10:00 am, given by Museum Director Nicole Herden.
Speaker: Jeff Barnes Sponsored by the Friends of the Atkinson Public Library
Wayne Price will speak about Rural Electric.
Open at the Strategic Air & Space Museum in Ashland. It will run through January 2
Speaker: Joan Wells Sponsored by Brookestone Acres
A multimedia exhibit about leaving home and finding a new one. Reception and film screening/discussion: Wed. Oct 20, doors open 5 pm, screening begins at 5:30 followed by discussion.