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Welcome to the KVNO Arts Calendar!

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


Plants That Make Me Happy by Megan Loudon Sanders

Lauritzen Gardens 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha

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.

Tibetan Buddhist Monks visit from India

Drips Botanical Elements 1822 Vinton St, Omaha

Along with Classical and Jazz music, the monks have good vibes. We hope to share a very important culture with Omaha.

Free – $20

Paul Stephen Benjamin: Black of Night

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

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.


Needle Felting: Flag Heart

Lauritzen Gardens 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha

Join Rhonda Berman of Zipply Art to create an art piece adding a new twist to needle felting. In this class, participants will create a flag heart. An outline design […]

Event Series Emerging Artists Series

Emerging Artist Series

Samuel Bak Museum 2289 S 67th St, Omaha

Samuel Bak Museum: The Learning Center is a UNO art museum dedicated to the work of Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak. The KVNO audience will discover metaphysical and surreal artworks which explore profound questions about human nature, call attention to the injustices that exist in our society, and inspire meaningful discussion and thoughtful contemplation.


Improv Fest Workshop: TV Improv with Jonathan Mangum

Benson Theatre 6054 Maple St, Omaha

Join Benson Theatre for a special workshop with TV’s own Jonathan Mangum!

TV improv, like Whose Line Is It Anyway, is much faster-paced than many types of improv. Jonathan will help students get a perspective on how to adapt their performance for this style of comedy.

Event Series The Dinner Detective Omaha

The Dinner Detective Omaha

Double Tree Omaha Southwest 3650 S. 72nd St., Omaha

America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner theatre show is now playing! Solve a hilarious mystery while you feast on a fantastic dinner. Just beware! The culprit is hiding in plain sight somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect before you know it!


Hello, Dolly!

Omaha Community Playhouse 6915 Cass Street, Omaha

Winner of 15 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Revival, Hello, Dolly! is classic musical theatre at its finest.

$25 – $50
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