A River Runs Through It

A River Runs Through It

February 26 – July 21, 2019 In Paul A. Johnsgard’s book, Crane Music: A Natural History of American Cranes, the author writes, “There is a river in the heart of North America that annually gathers together the watery largess of melting Rocky Mountain snowfields and glaciers and spills wildly down the eastern slopes of Colorado Read More

Nebraska Now: Anne Burton, Printmaking

Nebraska Now: Anne Burton, Printmaking

April 13 – July 7, 2019 Lincoln artist Anne Burton explores historical modes of coded communication (war-coding; braille; and floriography, the Victorian-era enthusiasm for sending flowers to convey coded messages) through various printmaking processes. The resulting colorful, intricate prints contain imagery of circles, flowers, and clothing that reflect humanity’s search for identity while revealing a Read More

MONA: There’s an App for That 2.0

MONA: There’s an App for That 2.0

April 9 – July 14, 2019 Launching its mobile app in 2017, the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA) continues to add content. Viewers browse through highlights from MONA’s permanent collection, listen to audio commentary, peruse a guide on how to look at art, and take a MONA quiz. This exhibition features the second selection of Read More

Compelled To Tell: Form

Compelled To Tell: Form

January 29 – May 19, 2019 During the making process, multiple visual possibilities are resonating in the mind of an artist. Simultaneously, instinct and conscious thought compel the artist. Visually, the term “form” can be applied to an entire artwork, identifying the work as either a painting or a sculpture, for example. Within an artwork, Read More