This week, The African American and African Studies Program at UNL celebrates its 40th anniversary October 19th-22nd. Associate Professor of English and Ethnic Studies Kwakiutl Dreher previews all the presentations, performances, and special... more››
Friday Live On Demand
This week, KANEKO, named after Omaha artist Jun Kaneko and headed up by conductor Hal France, is an organization that serves as a catalyst and facilitator for collaborative, multi-disciplinary projects where art, science, philosophy, technology,... more››
Justin Senkbile previews Alloy Orchestra accompaniments of silent films in Lincoln and Omaha, and the Chinese Film Festival at The Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln.
This week, Vietnamese-American artist Binh Danh opens his exhibit VIET-NAM, NEBRASKA at the Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln.
BIG RIVER IN CONCERT marks 20 years of directing for Tada Theatre's Bob Rook. Joining him will be several... more››
William Stibor has an extended conversation with novelist Robert Olen Butler, who will be the next speaker as part of the Reynolds Writer's Series at UNK in Kearney next week.
This week, Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra opens the 2011-2012 season in its new home at The Lied Center on September 16th.
The Abendmusik:Lincoln series opens on September 18th with A Night at the Movies: Silent Film with the Lied Organ.... more››
William Stibor has an extended conversation with the executive director and producer of PBS's documentary series "POV" in Friday Live Podcast Extra.
"Friday Live" host William Stibor features the Norfolk Arts Center's current exhibit, "Running Water, Rolling Hills," with artists Rebecca Herman and Christina Narwicz.
Executive Director Kara Weander-Gaster also previews the center's... more››
Film reviewer Justin Senkbile, who does reviews for starcityblog.com, The Reader, AND Friday Live, tells us about the two new films opening on Friday, September 9th at The Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln.