Friday Live On Demand

September 14, 2007

This week on Friday Live, composer, pianist, and actor Robert Owens is in residence at the UNL School of Music this week and next. Soprano Jamie Reimer brings him along to The Mill this Friday Live to preview her concert of Owens' art songs at... more››

September 14, 2007

Tom Kimmel performs "Pages" on today's Friday Live Extra.

September 7, 2007

William Stibor talks with Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra conductor Ed Polochick and soloist Jon Nakamatsu about the first concert of the season.

September 7, 2007

This week, it's the centenial year of Nebraska author and anthropologist Loren Eiseley's brith. The Friends of Eiseley Society welcomes scholar Scott Slovic to Lincoln as part of this weekend's celebrations. Scott, as well as Eiseley board member... more››

August 31, 2007

This week on Friday Live, The Haydon Art Center hosts its annual Open Studio Tours September 8th and 9th. Caitlin Applegate and Julie Diegel drop by to invite you to two days of getting the inside scoop on how your favorite artist or new... more››

August 24, 2007

This week on Friday Live, director Judy Hart brings along actors Leta Powell Drake and Tammy Meneghini to talk about their production of Grace and Glorie at Savannah Pines in Lincoln.

Margaret Marsh directs an all-children's cast of... more››

August 17, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Ed Dadey's Art Farm near Marquette is going strong and provides much fertile soil for the planting of art and ideas! Two of the current artists-in-residence open their interactive sculptural installation at the Art Farm... more››

August 17, 2007

William Stibor speaks with Jan Driesbach from the Sheldon Art Gallery in Lincoln.

August 10, 2007

This week on Friday Live, First Plymouth Congregational church in Lincoln, home to the Abendmusik performance series, is branching out into visual art with a public art project called aCROSS LINCOLN.

Artist Liz Shea-McCoy is calling other... more››

August 10, 2007

William Stibor visits with members of Rough Magic Productions -- director Jack Carpenter, actors Sean Schmeits and Amy Jirsa, and playwright Gregory Peters—about their new play "The Epic of Gilgamesh as told by Mr George Smith, Associate Curator... more››

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