A New Deal for Quilts Exhibition

International Quilt Museum 1523 N. 33rd St., Lincoln, NE, United States

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. […]

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The Marvel of Old Masters: Rembrandt, Goya, Dürer

El Museo Latino 4701 South 25 Street, Omaha, NE, United States

Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Francisco Goya crafted etchings and prints of unparalleled intricacy, akin to captivating photographs. Over 60 works are on display at El Museo Latino's visiting […]

Perspective of the Fur Trade from the Iowa Tribe

Fontenelle Forest 1111 Bellevue Blvd N, Bellevue, NE, United States

Lance Foster – Tribal Vice Chairman, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, and member of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska – will share the history of the fur trade from […]

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Winter Lecture Series: Can Democracy Be Saved? The Global Trend Toward Strongman Rule

Virtual Program

Across the globe, many countries display some version of liberal democracy but then gradually yield to strongman rule. This online lecture series asks how and why this can occur in genuine democracies and about any successful recovery. Four countries will be discussed within this framework: Brazil, Hungary, India, and Turkey. To receive an email with […]

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Museum Live! Season 4 Spring Semester

Every Monday during the school year, The Durham Museum hosts a weekly 30-minute Museum Live! program online. This broadcast-style show includes segments featuring guest speakers from the Smithsonian network, a […]

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Angels Theatre Company 2023-2024 Salon Reading Series

Lincoln - multiple locations Lincoln, United States

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 for 2023-24 is "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" This theme will explore concepts and idea of home, and what it means to leave […]

Voices AMPLIFIED! Girl, Let’s Talk

Pear Tree Performing Arts 4801 Northwest Radial Highway, Omaha, NE, United States

Girl, Let's Talk: A Conversation with Women in the Arts featuring Kathy Tyree Sisters, let’s chat! Join Kathy Tyree and an all-star lineup of women excelling and making moves in the local and national arts industry. The event is free, but registration is required. Visit the Omaha Performing Arts website for more information or to […]

Caleb “The Negro Artist” Rainey: Using Spoken Word Techniques

Virtual Program

When a poet steps to the microphone, truth on the tip of their tongue and vulnerability in their voice, you listen. But what writing techniques does a performance poet use to hook their audience? From the syntax of the first line, to the structure of the whole poem, spoken word artists have found multiple ways […]

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Winter Lecture Series: Can Democracy Be Saved? The Global Trend Toward Strongman Rule

Virtual Program

Across the globe, many countries display some version of liberal democracy but then gradually yield to strongman rule. This online lecture series asks how and why this can occur in genuine democracies and about any successful recovery. Four countries will be discussed within this framework: Brazil, Hungary, India, and Turkey. To receive an email with […]

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Museum Live! Season 4 Spring Semester

Every Monday during the school year, The Durham Museum hosts a weekly 30-minute Museum Live! program online. This broadcast-style show includes segments featuring guest speakers from the Smithsonian network, a behind-the-scenes look at museum exhibits and artifacts, cultural connections to the community, and even currents events. Plus, teachers and parents will receive a follow-up activity […]