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Otis Twelve | Ars Gratia Artis | Arts For Arts Sake | Omaha Magazine

Ars Gratia Artis

June 13, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Opinion

“I don’t know art, but I know what I like.” That’s an old maxim that originated with Monty Python, or Archie Bunker, or Will Rogers, or Mark Twain, or North Carolina Sen. Jesse “liberals are […]

actress Chloe Irwin | Full of Purpose

Full of Purpose

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Gretna High School freshman Chloe Irwin was introduced to theater by her grandmother, Carolee Groux. “I got into community theater because my grandma took me to a lot of shows and that’s how I got […]

Camden Johnson

Driven to Design

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Camden Johnson is here to break down the right brain/left brain barrier. The divide between creatives and analytical types completely fails in light of Johnson’s dual passions of art and engineering. Johnson creates stark, stirring, […]

John Heaston, OEAAs

Creating a City-wide Celebration

Posted In: Entertainment, Omaha Magazine

Los Angeles has its Oscars, New York City its Tonys, and Omaha the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards. And though Louis B. Mayer created the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (and thus the […]

KANEKO building Big Things in the Big O Arts Scene

Big Things

Posted In: Art, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine

It is no wonder Omaha’s art scene in 2019 has been collaborative. With many of these 15 featured venues and organizations willing to work together to create transformative, creative experiences for the community, art fans […]

comedian Angi Sada Half the Battle is Showing Up

Half the Battle is Showing Up

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Angi Sada may be late, but she always shows up. “I’m so professionally tardy, my child was a month late,” she says. Strangely, she says, she was actually early for her first open mic. At […]

Tūdūsō-Victoria Hoyt and Demetria Geralds

Tūdūsō

Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

Art is life, as the poet said, but art is not always everything. Art can be a means to an end, a way to hone interpersonal skills, a way to network, to explore career options, […]

Andrew Bailie black and white

The Return of Andrew Bailie

Posted In: Music, Omaha Magazine

Asked when he received his first guitar, singer-songwriter Andrew Bailie almost reflexively rattles off “May 1, 1999.” During this time, he was still pursuing his love of hockey, which he started playing at age 5. […]

Withlove, Felicia aka Felicia Webster

Withlove, Felicia

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Using her signature from past love letters as her artistic name, Withlove, Felicia’s smooth voice is peaceful and powerful. As it fills the space, the audience is left hanging on every word. No two performances […]

BTL July/August 2019

July/August 2019 Between the Lines

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Samantha Weideman—Editorial Intern Samantha Weideman is a senior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, studying journalism and political science. She is the digital editor for The Gateway and communications intern for Omaha Church of […]