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May 7, 2010

Friday Live host William Stibor moderated a discussion about the arts in crisis between the President of the John F Kennedy Center for the Arts in Washington, DC, Michael Kaiser, and some local arts leaders at the Lied Center for Performing Arts... more››

May 7, 2010

This week, the Lincoln Arts Council is pleased to announce a new Web site that will serve as Lincoln's primary resource for information on the arts in the community. Executive Director Deb Webber previews the launch party of ARTSCENE.ORG outside... more››

April 30, 2010

This week, Wendy Jane Bantam is the featured artist at this year's Berkshire-Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting, with two Omaha galleries showing her work. The Dundee Gallery has an artist reception April 30th at 5:00 p.m. and Jackson Artworks... more››

April 30, 2010

Here is the complete version of the interview William Stibor did with Aaron Svoboda, from the new Nebraska Irish music band Miles From Dublin. Due to technical difficulties, only the first minutes of the interview was aired on the 4/30/10... more››

April 23, 2010

This week, after fascinating Nebraskans with their unique style of Asian throat singing a few years ago, the ALASH ENSEMBLE from Tuva has returned to Nebraska, wrapping up their tour at the Sheldon Museum of Art this Saturday, April 24th, with a... more››

April 16, 2010

This week, the Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music host baroque ensemble Chatham Baroque on Saturday, April 17th at the Sheldon Museum of Art. Clark Potter previews the concert as well as the Lincoln Youth Symphony's concert at the NEW East High... more››

April 16, 2010

This week, we travel to the Lied Center in Lincoln to celebrate the American Liszt Society's International Conference, which will be held in conjunction with a concert by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra on Friday, April 9th. LISZT AT THE LIED... more››

April 9, 2010

William Stibor talks at length with Phil Heckman's about his last performances on stage in Lincoln.

April 2, 2010

This week, the annual Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium at UNL gets underway next week. This year's subject is Czech and Slovak Americans, with the lectures rounded out by performances from Czech operas at the Sheldon Museum of Art on... more››

April 2, 2010

William Stibor talks more at length with Allison Hedge Coke from UNK about the Honoring the Sandhill Crane Migration Literary Retreat and Festival III in and around Kearney.

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