Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies (1971-2021) Exhibit

Criss Library - UNO 6401 University Dr N, Omaha

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.

Hidden Prairie: Exploring Life in One Square Meter Exhibit

University of Nebraska State Museum Morrill Hall 645 North 14th Street, Lincoln

This photo-documentary exhibit immerses visitors into a year of life histories, diversity and change within a single square meter of prairie habitat.

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Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra 2021-2022 Pre-Concert Chats

Lied Center for Performing Arts 301 N 12th St, Lincoln

Hosted and moderated by Genevieve Randall, Music Director for Nebraska Public Media and host of The Verge and Friday LIVE, the LSO presents pre-concert chats. Each chat begins with a discussion between Randall and the featured soloists or composers for the evening, followed by a discussion with LSO Conductor Edward Polochick. The pre-concert chats are […]

Framing the Plains: Art That Ignites

Joslyn Art Museum 2200 Dodge Street, Omaha

Join Lestina Saul-Merdassi and Vida Stabler in Faces from the Interior, where each will offer their personal response to one work in the exhibition, shedding light on how art inspires, engages, and affects another’s work. Enjoy conversation with the contributors in the galleries and over light refreshments following the program.

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Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra 2021-2022 Pre-Concert Chats

Lied Center for Performing Arts 301 N 12th St, Lincoln

Hosted and moderated by Genevieve Randall, Music Director for Nebraska Public Media and host of The Verge and Friday LIVE, the LSO presents pre-concert chats. Each chat begins with a discussion between Randall and the featured soloists or composers for the evening, followed by a discussion with LSO Conductor Edward Polochick. The pre-concert chats are […]

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Winter Lecture Series 2022: Mass Atrocities and the Right to Protect

Virtual Program

The Lecture Series will consist of four sessions presented on four successive Sundays beginning 2/20/2022. Each will begin at 7:00PM and end around 8:30PM, with a 45-minute lecture followed by an audience-driven Q&A. The Zoomed and recorded lectures, and Q & A sessions will then be posted on the Unitarian Church website.

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Winter Lecture Series 2022: Mass Atrocities and the Right to Protect

Virtual Program

The Lecture Series will consist of four sessions presented on four successive Sundays beginning 2/20/2022. Each will begin at 7:00PM and end around 8:30PM, with a 45-minute lecture followed by an audience-driven Q&A. The Zoomed and recorded lectures, and Q & A sessions will then be posted on the Unitarian Church website.

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Winter Lecture Series 2022: Mass Atrocities and the Right to Protect

Virtual Program

The Lecture Series will consist of four sessions presented on four successive Sundays beginning 2/20/2022. Each will begin at 7:00PM and end around 8:30PM, with a 45-minute lecture followed by an audience-driven Q&A. The Zoomed and recorded lectures, and Q & A sessions will then be posted on the Unitarian Church website.

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Winter Lecture Series 2022: Mass Atrocities and the Right to Protect

Virtual Program

The Lecture Series will consist of four sessions presented on four successive Sundays beginning 2/20/2022. Each will begin at 7:00PM and end around 8:30PM, with a 45-minute lecture followed by an audience-driven Q&A. The Zoomed and recorded lectures, and Q & A sessions will then be posted on the Unitarian Church website.

Contemporary Indigeneity 2022

Great Plains Art Museum 1155 Q St, Lincoln

For the fourth iteration of Contemporary Indigeneity, the Great Plains Art Museum sought Indigenous artists addressing issues and themes relevant to the contemporary Native American experience on the Great Plains. A panel of Native American art curators blindly reviewed the submitted works and made selections based on the artwork’s aesthetic merit and contribution to the field […]

Bringing the Story Back: A Conversation with Gerard Baker

Joslyn Art Museum 2200 Dodge Street, Omaha

A public conversation with Gerard Baker (Three Affiliated Tribes) and Annika K. Johnon, Ph.D., Associate Curator of Native American Art, about life in the Mandan and Hidatsa earth lodge villages of Karl Bodmer’s era.