Rachel Buse explains how her art has evolved and and what her "Inverted Mountain" show meant for her creative process in this video. The artist premieres an exhibit today at Gallery of Art & Design.
The Tribal Equinox festival brought campers and music lovers to Elkhorn, Neb., to hear more than 60 bands and DJs. HN contributor Bailey Foss spoke with performers and wraps up the experience here.
This Saturday in "The City of Power and Progress," Columbus, Neb., The Midland Band hosts the first year of a festival for music, art and camping.
David Nesbit and Ann Myers talk about what went into their art/fashion/music show "The Dreaming."
It doesn't make any sense to play a show you didn't tell anyone to attend. Posters can help you. Here's a quick primer about how to promote in Lincoln.
Several lady-laden show previews, plus a bevy of bulletin board notes and a new spotlight on artistic contributions.
Vote for your favorite design to become the official poster of Lincoln Exposed 2012.
"Picks of the Week" gets a makeover. Check out the new format and let us know what you think.
This year's festival has another killer lineup. There are too many good bands to just tease a few. Plus, win a Lincoln Exposed prize pack by producing the festival's official poster.
Omaha performing arts group presents an original composition in response to the sounds of Jupiter at NoDo's The Mastercraft.