A look at the Midwest premiere of a new multimedia work at Omaha’s Kaneko that explores communication in the digital age. The work blends live performance with film, technology and social media and features acclaimed violinist Tim Fain.
“Clay Mural Blues”
A profile of a husband and wife who work out of their home-based art studio in North Omaha who created a series of 80 ceramic mosaic murals featuring early pioneers in jazz and blues music. The murals are part of an outdoor walk-of-fame display in Richmond, Indiana honoring the artists who recorded for the Starr-Gennett recording company between 1915 and 1935.
“The Haunting of The Argo Hotel”
In 1911, the Argo Hotel in Crofton was equipped with the modern technology of the day - electricity and running water. It was also home to a few ghosts and even a famous Hollywood starlet. Today, the Argo is beautifully restored and haunted only by the memories of its rich past.
“Worldwide Ginger Snaps”
When her nephew Jimmy was deployed to Afghanistan, Sigrid Wimberly turned her kitchen into her own private canteen. Her spicy sweet cookies not only made the
“High Noon at Winnetoon”
Step back to the days of the Old West with a guided tour of the Winnetoon Boardwalk Back-In-Time 1910. It features historical buildings, folk art, native wild flowers and prairie grasses, and a trading post filled with antiques.
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