Tagged: arts

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Lincoln supports diversity & culture

by Sriyani Tidball Mary Piper, a Lincoln resident and award-winning author, wrote in her book, The Middle of Everywhere: The World’s Refugees Come to Our Town, “Now we’re one of the top twenty cities in America for new arrivals from...

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Even more performing arts

by Rayna Collins The performing arts in Lincoln continue to grow—chamber music, jazz, ballet, comedy.  Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Founded in 1927, Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents inspiring programs that encourage the Lincoln community to discover and cultivate a deep personal connection...

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Lincoln’s own Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Julie Nichols If there seems to be a silver spaceship in Lincoln’s Haymarket District, hold that thought: You are looking at Pinnacle Bank Arena, carrying Lincoln’s entertainment scene into the future. With its glass and polished metal exterior, the...

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Summer Theatre 2020

World premieres to classics by Julie Hagemeier Summer 2020 offers Lincoln theater lovers plays written by local playwrights, retellings of classics including Shakespeare, Cole Porter and Jerry Herman, and world premieres. Summer in Lincoln is filled with performing arts from...

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Learning from the masters

by Michele Tilley and Matthew Boring  Each year, thousands of students look to the University of Nebraska to expand their understanding of the world by learning from top scholars and experienced researchers. The Lied Center for Performing Arts sees its...

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Quilts and the World

by Laura Chapman The International Quilt Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln boasts the world’s largest publicly held quilt collection. The pieces on display at 1523 N. 33rd St. represent five centuries, more than 50 countries and the scope of...