arts

Jazz on the Green runs six consecutive Thursdays in Turner Park at Midtown Crossing starting July 9th.

This year’s Omaha Summer Arts Festival features artwork from 135 professional artists from all over the country.

Omaha Performing Arts

A list of the top theatre venues in the Midwest includes two in Omaha.

29 plays are part of this year’s PlayLab and MainStage at the Great Plains Theatre Conference.

Omaha Performing Arts’ 2015-2016 season is the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Holland Center and Omaha Performing Arts as a major presenter.

The Fontenelle Boulevard Banner Project is a partnership of the Clairmont Heights Neighborhood Association, the Benson-Ames Alliance and Omaha by Design.

“There Will Be No Stay” is a documentary about execution from the executioner’s experience.  Director Patty Dillon says the film took seven years to make.  Omaha Public Radio’s Cheril Lee has the story.

St. Patrick’s Day comes early to the Holland Center with a performance featuring the Irish-American group Cherish the Ladies on Wednesday, March 11th.

On Her Own at OFF

Mar 5, 2015

 “On Her Own” is an intimate portrait of one farmer and her family.  Filmmaker Morgan Schmidt-Feng says the movie documents their struggle over a five-year period to save their fifth generation farm.  With more, here’s Omaha Public Radio’s Cheril Lee…

Father Unknown at OFF

Mar 3, 2015

“Father Unknown” is not a film Director David Quint set out to make and yet at the same time, he says it was a film he had been making his whole life. The movie will screen at the Omaha Film Festival next week.  Here’s Omaha Public Radio’s Cheril Lee with the details…

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