Flyover New Music Series: Cognizance

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The Flyover New Music Series is the new music series from the composition studio at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Glenn Korff School of Music. The series is administered and overseen by composition faculty and students. In the program notes to his piece Cognizance – from which our program takes its name – composition student Joshua Spaulding writes: “we will only continue to move forward through deliberate collaboration with those we each perceive to be different.” I was as struck by this statement the first time I read it as I am now, re-reading it.
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WSC Senior Art Exhibit

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Free and open to the public!
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WSC Theatre- "The Jungle Book"

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March 21-23 at 10 am and 1 pm are reservation only. March 24-25 at 1 pm is open to the public. Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for children. WSC Faculty and Students-free.
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Festival of Honor Bands

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Free and open to the public!
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Santiago Cal - Visiting Artist

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Artist Talk: 3:45-4:15 in Gardner Auditorium Opening Reception: 4:30 p.m. Gallery open 8-5, Monday-Friday Free to the public
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Omaha Civil RIghts Movement Brown Bag Lecture

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"Freedom North: Uncovering the Civil Rights Movement in Omaha" by Dr. Patrick Jones, History & Ethnic Studies professor, UNL is part of the Nebraska State Historical Society's Brown Bag lecture series. Free and open to the public. Bring your lunch and learn!
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Polish Heritage Free Family Fun Day

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Join members of the Polish Heritage Center and Society to learn more about Polish Nebraskans at this Free Family Fun Day event for all ages. Hands-on crafts, live polka music, stories and more.
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First Friday opening "What We Carried: Lincoln"

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Special First Friday Opening of "What we Carried: Lincoln" a photo storytelling project of the Yazidi community and photographer Jim Lommasson. Hear members of the Yazidi community talk about their journey from Iraq to a new life in Nebraska. All ages welcome.
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Noon History Bites: POW Model Sailing Ship

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Melissa Marsh, who has researched Nebraska's WWII prisoner of war camps uses a model sailing ship made by a German prisoner on display at the Nebraska History Museum to discuss the larger story in a 15-minute "bite" of history. Free.
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What We Carried: Lincoln

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This photo storytelling project is a collaboration of the Yazidi community of Lincoln and photographer Jim Lommasson. Images of objects migrants brought with them from Iraq to a new life in Nebraska were photographed by Lommasson. Then captions were hand-written on the images describing the objects and what they mean to the people who brought them. The exhibit prompts viewers to ponder "what would you carry?" Through May 2018
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