Genevieve Randall has interesting conversations about the arts and humanities across Nebraska. On July 15th the conversations are about: the Innovation Campus Art Gallery in Lincoln; Hannah Huston's concert with Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra; The Angel Theatre Company's First Flight Festival in... more››
Humanities Desk On Demand
July 15, 2016
June 29, 2016
Mark Harris spent eight years photographing Nebraska’s small town rodeos. The world of Nebraska rodeo, through the eyes of a local author and photographer.
June 24, 2016
Listen this week on June 24th to Friday Live, back at The Mill in Lincoln, for interesting conversations with Genevieve Randall and guests about: Flatwater Shakespeare Company in Lincoln; British writer Alan Wilkinson's new book set in Nebraska; Norfolk's 150th Anniversary; the Meadowlark Music... more››
June 17, 2016
NET Radio's "Panhandle Showcase" from the Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff, with co-hosts Nancy Finken and Genevieve Randall, features interesting conversations with: Billy Estes, executive director of the Midwest Theater; Cheryl Burkhart-Kriesel, a University of Nebraska Extensions Specialist; cast... more››
June 17, 2016
Don't miss a special program this week at recorded live in Chadron at The Bean Broker Coffehouse... more››
June 15, 2016
Genevieve Randall has interesting conversations about the arts and humanities in the North Platte area, including: The Buffalo Commons Storytelling Festival in McCook; Humanities Nebraska Chautauqua in North Platte; the Prairie Arts Center in North Platte; fine arts at Mid Plains Community College... more››
June 15, 2016
This week's podcast extra with Genevieve Randall is with: vocalist Jackie Allen and bassist Hans Sturm, who'll be playing the June 21st Jazz in June in Lincoln; and, Western Nebraska Community College's Jennifer Sibal and Judy Amoo, who tell us about the college's 90th anniversary.
June 9, 2016
This week, Genevieve Randall talks to a group of friends that are collaborating on an exhibit in Lincoln. This June The Iron Tail Gallery features works by writer, music maker, hitchhiker, train aficionado, and artist Mark Kneeskern. The exhibit includes illustrations, paintings, shadow boxes, his... more››
June 4, 2016
Twyla Hansen Hansen was named to a five-year term as Nebraska’s state poet by Gov. Dave Heineman in 2013, replacing one of her mentors, the late Bill Kloefkorn. Like Kloefkorn, Hansen is a staunch advocate for poetry, literacy and literature.
June 3, 2016
Hear interesting conversations about arts and humanities in Nebraska with Genevieve Randall on the June 3rd Friday Live. This week: Homestead Days in Beatrice; trumpeter Arturo Sandoval at Jazz in June in Lincoln; the Flatwater Music Festival in Hastings; Tada Theatre's latest production in... more››