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August 26th, 2022

‘El Museo Latino’ – three decades in Omaha

In 1989 there were only four Latino museums in the United States. Here in Omaha, ‘EL Museo Latino’ in Omaha opened its doors in the historic Livestock Exchange Building on May 5, 1993, as the first Latino Art & History Museum and Cultural Center in the Midwest

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August 25th, 2022

‘Benson Theater’ history continues

The Benson Theater nonprofit purchased the building from a local developer in 2014

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August 24th, 2022

PACE, thriving and growing during hard times

About a month after PACE’s grand opening the covid pandemic forced them to significantly re-organize to provide services. And now that things are mostly back to normal, PACE continues with its mission

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August 23rd, 2022

Omaha Performing Arts, a pillar in the arts scene

In 2000 Omaha performing Arts becomes a non-for-profit organization, it was already certain that this organization would become a pillar of the artistic scene in the city

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August 12th, 2022

The art of communicating at ‘PACE’

Communicating better and learning to do a renaissance

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August 1st, 2022

Doing the work and having fun at New American Arts Festival

The New American Arts Festival will be held this Friday, Aug. 5, starting at 5pm in Benson.

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July 25th, 2022

Friendships and connections through farmers market art

Art and music are known as unifying forces, and they’re both found abundantly at the farmers market.

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July 19th, 2022

Open mic for Poets

The spoken word poetry encompasses elements of jazz, rock, blues, rap, hip-hop, theater, and folk music. The history of this artform includes its cultural significance as part of the African/African American Oral Tradition.

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June 28th, 2022

OSMC in the Flatiron

In 2018 OCMS took the initiative to professionally repair instruments through its Good Vibrations program. They focus on repairing the instruments of children who attend Title 1 schools, where often the schools own the instruments but do not have the budget to maintain and fix the instruments.

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