February 19, 2019 by and

This calendar was printed in the March/April 2019 edition of Omaha Magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.


Exhibitions

Jeremy Caniglia: Into Purer Light
Through March 8 at Lied Art Gallery, 2500 California Plaza. Creighton Alumnus Caniglia will show his latest figurative works, which are an exploratory journey into the Greek concept of the afterlife. Admission: free. 402-280-2509.
creighton.edu

Juried UNO Studio Art Majors
Through March 29 at UNO Art Gallery, 6505 University Drive S. Visitors can view works by UNO students studying various forms of art. Admission: free. 402-554-2796.
unomaha.edu

Effects of PTSD
Through March 30 at Fred Simon Gallery, 1004 Farnam St. This exhibit will feature works by artist Elizabeth Boutin that explore the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder. Admission: free. 402-595-2122.
artscouncil.nebraska.gov

Painting titled "AFTER" by Elizabeth Boutin, featuring American flag in triangle box, two roses on sliver platter, a crumpled note with writing, and a bug

AFTER, Elizabeth Boutin

Mary Zicafoose: Alchemy of Color and Cloth
Through April 6 at Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, 505 S. 45th St. This exhibit showcases Mary Zicafoose’s woven tapestries and collographic monoprints, largely curated from two of her recent bodies of work: Fault Lines and Mountain for the Buddha. Admission: free. 402-559-5600.
maryzicafoose.com

Nebraska 8 Invitational
Through April 7 at Gallery 1516, 1516 Leavenworth St. The Nebraska 8 Invitational features the work of eight contemporary artists associated with Nebraska: Wanda Ewing, Catherine Ferguson, Sheila Hicks, Gail Kendall, Jacqueline Kluver, Karen Kunc, Christina Narwicz, and Mary Zicafoose. Admission: free. 402-305-1510.
gallery1516.org

Super Sports: Building Strength, Sportsmanship, and Smarts
Through April 14 at Omaha Children’s Museum, 500 S. 20th St. Children can test their skills by throwing footballs and baseballs; take aim on the mini soccer, hockey, and basketball courts; attempt a CrossFit course; or bump, set, and spike on multi-level volleyball nets. Admission: $13 children and adults, $12 seniors (60+), free for children under 2 and members. 402-342-6164.
ocm.org

Human Condition
Through May 2 at KANEKO, 1111 Jones St. This exhibit provides audiences with sculpture and photography that explore physical and psychological experiences. Admission: free. 402-341-3800.
thekaneko.org

A giant human male head made from dollar bills

Human Condition at KANEKO

30 Americans
Through May 5 at Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St. Over 60 works by contemporary African-American artists focus on important issues of racial, gender, and sexual identity; ongoing narratives of racial inequality in the United States; poverty; racial stereotyping; and the power of protest. Admission: $10 adults, $5 college students, free for members and ages 17 or younger. 402-342-3300.
joslyn.org

Artist group shot, 30 Americans artists (featuring 16 people, mostly standing)

30 Americans artist group

Dinosaur UpROAR
Through May 12 at Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St. This exhibit will feature 20 life-sized dinosaur installations positioned throughout the garden, where massive creations by Guy Darrough will appear right at home nestled among jungle-like landscapes and plant fossils. Admission: $10 adults, $5 children 6-12, free for children under 6 and members. 402-346-4002.
lauritzengardens.org

Chris Cassimatis featuring Larry Roots and Kenny Adkins
March 1-April 24 at Modern Arts Midtown, 3615 Dodge St. Sculpture artist Chris Cassimatis is showcased in this exhibit, which also features painter and sculptor Larry Roots and mixed-media artist Kenny Adkins. Admission: free. 402-502-8737.
modernartsmidtown.com

American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith
March 2-June 23 at Durham Museum, 801 S. 10th St. Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, this exhibit explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” It features engaging multimedia experiences, immersive design, and artifacts from the Smithsonian and state historical organizations. Admission: $11 adults, $8 seniors (62+), $7 children 3-12, and free to children 2 and under and members. 402-444-5071.
durhammuseum.org

Invisible Synonyms
March 8-April 26 at Amplify Arts, 1804 Vinton St. This exhibit invites the viewer to slow down and scan the surface of the everyday. Artists David Knox, Josh Johnson, and Ella Weber choose the raw material of familiar language and found objects to locate the connective tissue between disparate or unseen elements. Admission: free. 402-996-1092.
amplifyarts.org

Alison O’Daniel’s Heavy Air and Lui Shtini’s Tempos
April 4-June 15 at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, 724 S. 12th St. O’Daniel creates cinema, performances, sound-dampening textiles, sculptures, mobiles, and large-scale installations that intend to visualize what it means to not have complete access to sound. Shtini is presenting his first solo institutional exhibition in the Unites States. His painting technique engages his surfaces through layers of underpainting and brushstrokes while his drawings extend how one might look at charcoal and graphite. Admission: free. 402-341-7130.
bemiscenter.org

oil on board, black, white, and gray

Skin III, Lui Shtini

BFA Thesis Exhibition
April 5-28 at Lied Art Gallery, 2500 California Plaza. Visual arts students will display their thesis work at this exhibition. Admission: free. 402-280-2290.
creighton.edu

Carolyn Albracht & Jennifer Radil: Depth & Accumulation
April 5-June 2 at Fred Simon Gallery, 1004 Farnam St. Painters Carolyn Albracht and Jennifer Radil sift through the ebb-and-flow nature of their medium, self, the stories people create, and the balance of depth and frivolity. Admission: free. 402-595-2122.
artscouncil.nebraska.gov