On May 5th, William Stibor, Ed Polochick, and Damon Thomas Lee preview the last concert this season by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra. 100 years ago, Stravinsky set the classical music and ballet world on fire with his avant-garde masterpiece THE RITE OF SPRING. Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra celebrates its anniversary a few week’s early, Sunday, May 5th at the Lied Center. LSO also pays tribute to Diagalev and his mission of supporting new work by commissioning a new piece from UNL composition professor Damon Thomas Lee. LSO and the Lincoln Youth Symphony will premiere the commission. Also on the program, Schumann’s effusive Spring Symphony. Sheldon Museum of Art celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Johnson building by celebrating the building itself “Au naturelle” with no distracting artwork. The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City opens a new exhibition by photographer Andrew Zimmermann, Monday, May 6. He returns to share the results of his 2011 artist residency at KHN: photographing the interior and exterior of each of the 23 churches in and around Nebraska City address. Lincoln upstart ad agency Local Hero Design spearheads OUTSIDE THE LUX BOX at Screen Ink printers, Friday, May 3, for a FIRST FRIDAY Benefit for the Lux Center for the Arts. 100 artists transform a blank lunch box into works of art to support the LUX Center’s arts education programs. Michele Wolford gives you an audio preview of “The Artist’s Wife,” a story about famed movie poster illustrator Reynold Brown’s wife, Mary Louise Tejada Brown, which premieres on the May 12th Nebraska Stories at 9 pm on NET Television. Friday, May 3rd at 7:00pm the 85th annual Gridiron Show at UNL’s Howell Theatre leaves no public figure unroasted, no arrogant politicians unscathed, no tasteless joke unsaid…all for a good cause of course! All that, a Ross film review, and a statewide arts calendar.