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

University of Nebraska Lincoln Love Library 1318 R Street, Lincoln, NE

Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies is an 8-panel traveling exhibit sharing historical snapshots of one of the oldest Black Studies departments in the nation. The exhibit highlights the department’s civil rights origins, attempts to downgrade the department to a program, and the mutual engagement between campus and community. The banners share […]

Holidays at the Henri – grand opening of Robert Cozad boyhood exhibits

Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery 218 East 8th St., Cozad, NE

In conjunction with the Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery's annual Holidays at the Henri event, two new exhibits will be available for viewing including recently installed displays in Robert Cozad’s office (later Robert Henri) and John Cozad’s office. They are both part of the larger exhibit called Robert Henri: From the 100th Meridian to […]

Recurring

Fall/winter virtual poetry workshops

Online

The Nebraska Poetry Society will offer five monthly online poetry workshops occurring on August 20, September 10, October 1, November 12, and December 3. Each workshop will begin with a 60 minute presentation by the featured speaker. After participants will have 30 minutes to practice what they learned and share with the group. Featured speakers […]

Holidays at the Henri – grand opening of Robert Cozad boyhood exhibits

Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery 218 East 8th St., Cozad, NE

In conjunction with the Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery's annual Holidays at the Henri event, two new exhibits will be available for viewing including recently installed displays in Robert Cozad’s office (later Robert Henri) and John Cozad’s office. They are both part of the larger exhibit called Robert Henri: From the 100th Meridian to […]

Recurring

Angels Theatre Company Salon Reading Series

Turbine Flats 2124 Y St, Lincoln, NE

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. Oct 2, 2022 Abraham’s Daughters by Emma Goldman-Sherman Nov 6, 2022 HUMAN(E) By Desireé York Dec 4, 2022 Clyt; or, The Bathtub Play by Elisabeth Giffin Speckman […]

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Museum Live!

Online

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. Registration is required, but participation is free. Click here […]

La Cocina de Abuela / Abuela’s Kitchen

Online

No More Empty Pots will lead another do-it-yourself cooking demonstration along with a conversation about the vast impact of Latino culture on food. This event is part of Omaha Performing Arts’ “Voices Amplified” series. The 22/23 Season  – Sabores de la Cultura Latina / Celebrating the Many Flavors of Latino/Hispanic Culture – will highlight Latino […]

Recurring

Museum Live!

Online

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. Registration is required, but participation is free. Click here […]

Daniel Martinez student performance

Completely KIDS 2566 St Marys Ave, Omaha, NE

Daniel Martinez is a flamenco and Latin American arts guitarist, composer and teacher from Peru. He will bring his special blend of cultural background education, working with young people, and music and culture from South American countries of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, and others, along with musical styles of flamenco, rumba, bossa nova, and more. […]

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

Nebraska Methodist College John Moritz Library 720 No. 87 St., Omaha, NE

Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies is an 8-panel traveling exhibit sharing historical snapshots of one of the oldest Black Studies departments in the nation. The exhibit highlights the department’s civil rights origins, attempts to downgrade the department to a program, and the mutual engagement between campus and community. The banners share […]

The Sonnet Man at Nebraska State Thespians Festival

Downtown Omaha Omaha, NE

Devon Glover, a hip-hop Shakespearean artist known as The Sonnet Man, will be a part of the opening ceremonies of the Nebraska State Thespian Festival for theatre students. He will also lead two conference workshops. Devon Glover is an artist known as The Sonnet Man. He travels around the world performing and presenting sonnets to […]

The Sonnet Man at Nebraska State Thespians Festival

Downtown Omaha Omaha, NE

Devon Glover, a hip-hop Shakespearean artist known as The Sonnet Man, will lead two conference workshops and give a performance as The Sonnet Man for theatre students at the Nebraska State Thespians Festival. Devon Glover is an artist known as The Sonnet Man. He travels around the world performing and presenting sonnets to students using […]