The following events are funded by Humanities Nebraska. We update information as it becomes available. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us. Enjoy these opportunities in your communities!

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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“Frida Kahlo and the Blue House” Photography Exhibit

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

The exhibit “Frida Kahlo and the Blue House” presents a selection of over 60 color photographs of the architecture and interior spaces of the Blue House created by Cristina Kahlo […]

Return of the Thunderbirds

Indian Center, Inc., Lincoln 1100 Military Rd, Lincoln, NE, United States

This family-fun “something for everyone” cross-cultural community event celebrates the time of year many Native peoples give thanks to the Thunder beings for providing rebirth with rain & thunder. It […]

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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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All Writes Reserved 2024 semifinal bouts

Benson Theatre 6054 Maple Street, Omaha, NE, United States

All Writes Reserved (AWR) empowers young people, giving them instruction and resources to express themselves in classrooms and onstage. The Nebraska Writers Collective provides free spoken word poetry lessons and […]

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All Writes Reserved 2024 semifinal bouts

Benson Theatre 6054 Maple Street, Omaha, NE, United States

All Writes Reserved (AWR) empowers young people, giving them instruction and resources to express themselves in classrooms and onstage. The Nebraska Writers Collective provides free spoken word poetry lessons and […]

Virtual Author Series: Susan Lynn Meyer

Virtual Program

The National Willa Cather Center is hosting an author series as a way to connect Cather to contemporary writers as well as provide an accessible and inclusive space where readers […]

Eleanor Reeds: Using “You” in Poems

Virtual Program

Poems often address those who cannot be reached. We appeal to the west wind or reproach an absent lover, knowing it is impossible for them to hear us and yet […]