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Welcome to the KVNO Arts Calendar!

 — dedicated to promoting the growth and appreciation of the arts in the Omaha community.

Event Series Plant Folk by Anne Newman

Plant Folk by Anne Newman

Lauritzen Gardens 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha, NE, United States

A series of plant portraits sparked by the folkloric history of Mandrakes and continued on as an exploration of other plant species gaining consciousness and freedom of movement.

$15

Plants That Make Me Happy by Megan Loudon Sanders

Lauritzen Gardens 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha, NE, United States

A collection of portraits of the artist’s houseplants and paintings inspired by flowers from their garden. Explored in a mix of grey-scale and full color.

Paul Stephen Benjamin: Black of Night

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts 724 S. 12th Street, Omaha, NE, United States

From wordplay with the actual letters that comprise “BLACK,” to utilizing the expanse of shades of black house paint—including as Nightfall, Soot, Ebony Field, and Black Beauty—to posing the question, “If the color black had a sound, what would it be?,” Benjamin calls attention to the color’s deep historical and social resonance.

Free

Watercolor and Ink on YUPO Paper

Lauritzen Gardens 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha, NE, United States

Dive into a world beyond your palette by experimenting with liquid watercolors, and ink to create unique, spontaneous paintings.

$55

We All Come Home Someday, Artwork by Buffy Nelson, Opening Reception

MoonRise Gallery 2812 N Main St, Elkhorn, NE, United States

MoonRise Gallery show openings feature local artists who are a part of the Omaha arts community, just as KVNO is a part of the local arts community. We believe Buffy Nelson's art opening will be of interest to art lovers and environmentalists in the community.

Free
Event Series Plant Folk by Anne Newman

Plant Folk by Anne Newman

Lauritzen Gardens 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha, NE, United States

A series of plant portraits sparked by the folkloric history of Mandrakes and continued on as an exploration of other plant species gaining consciousness and freedom of movement.

$15

Paul Stephen Benjamin: Black of Night

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts 724 S. 12th Street, Omaha, NE, United States

From wordplay with the actual letters that comprise “BLACK,” to utilizing the expanse of shades of black house paint—including as Nightfall, Soot, Ebony Field, and Black Beauty—to posing the question, “If the color black had a sound, what would it be?,” Benjamin calls attention to the color’s deep historical and social resonance.

Free
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