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

Neo-Custodians: Woven Narratives of Heritage, Cultural Memory, and Belonging

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

Neo-Custodians: Woven Narratives of Heritage, Cultural Memory, and Belonging focuses on the historical aspect of textiles as a vehicle for communication and representation. Linking this ancient form of expression to contemporary artworks inspired by this legacy, the thirteen artists in the exhibition engage intentionally with materials bearing complex histories.

Free
Event Series Paolo Arao: Reverberations

Paolo Arao: Reverberations

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

Paolo Arao makes sewn paintings, weavings, and site-responsive installations that are rooted in geometric abstraction. This exhibition will showcase Arao’s work over the past 5 years including work he began while a resident at Bemis Center in the spring of 2020 as well as site-specific installations utilizing the architecture of Bemis Center’s galleries.

Free

Neo-Custodians: Woven Narratives of Heritage, Cultural Memory, and Belonging

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

Neo-Custodians: Woven Narratives of Heritage, Cultural Memory, and Belonging focuses on the historical aspect of textiles as a vehicle for communication and representation. Linking this ancient form of expression to contemporary artworks inspired by this legacy, the thirteen artists in the exhibition engage intentionally with materials bearing complex histories.

Free
Event Series Paolo Arao: Reverberations

Paolo Arao: Reverberations

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

Paolo Arao makes sewn paintings, weavings, and site-responsive installations that are rooted in geometric abstraction. This exhibition will showcase Arao’s work over the past 5 years including work he began while a resident at Bemis Center in the spring of 2020 as well as site-specific installations utilizing the architecture of Bemis Center’s galleries.

Free

Neo-Custodians: Woven Narratives of Heritage, Cultural Memory, and Belonging

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

Neo-Custodians: Woven Narratives of Heritage, Cultural Memory, and Belonging focuses on the historical aspect of textiles as a vehicle for communication and representation. Linking this ancient form of expression to contemporary artworks inspired by this legacy, the thirteen artists in the exhibition engage intentionally with materials bearing complex histories.

Free
Event Series Paolo Arao: Reverberations

Paolo Arao: Reverberations

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

Paolo Arao makes sewn paintings, weavings, and site-responsive installations that are rooted in geometric abstraction. This exhibition will showcase Arao’s work over the past 5 years including work he began while a resident at Bemis Center in the spring of 2020 as well as site-specific installations utilizing the architecture of Bemis Center’s galleries.

Free

Live @ LOW END | Holland Andrews

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

Holland Andrews is a vocalist, composer, and performance artist whose work focuses on the abstraction of operatic and extended-technique voice to build cathartic and dissonant soundscapes.

Free

Live @ LOW END | Ben Vida with Yarn/Wire

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

Yarn/Wire is a new music quartet dedicated to the promotion of creative, meaningful live musical experiences in the US and abroad.

Free

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

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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