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“It’s Not All Black & White,” Portrait Photography

By Tracie Tuttle--A recent art display, titled “It’s Not All Black and White,” at the HJF Learning Center featured portrait photography by Rae Clinkenbeard and Makaelyn Glienke which forces viewers to look beyond what they see.   The show featured 28 contrasting photos that allowed [...]

“One Day At a Time” Runs Out of Days

By Iandra Estupinian--Netflix had made the decision to cancel their original, “One Day at a Time.” Since its release in 2017, the Cuban-American family sitcom has become a hit amongst the Latino community for its authentic representation of Latin American lives. “One Day at a Time” [...]

30 Americans: Exhibit on Race, Culture

30 Americans: Exhibit on Race, Culture

By Tracie Tuttle--The 30 Americans exhibit, which is currently on display at the Joslyn Art Museum until May 5th, prompts viewers to reflect on race and culture in the United States through artwork by 30 African American artists. The artworks are a mix of paintings, prints, sculptures, [...]

KANEKO: A Contemporary Art Experience

KANEKO: A Contemporary Art Experience

By Tracie Tuttle--Omaha, Nebraska is the Midwest’s place to be to get an expansive view of contemporary art. The city has many art-centered events and places to check out, including KANEKO. KANEKO is a contemporary art gallery located in the Old Market district of Omaha, started by [...]

Student Art Show: Variety of Talent

Student Art Show: Variety of Talent

By Tracie Tuttle--Students got the chance to show off their artwork at the annual Morningside College Student Art Show this past week. This show allows students of all majors to display their art in a gallery setting and receive awards. Photo Courtesy of Abby Koch The show featured many [...]

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