On the January 10th program, Genevieve Randall previews some performances, a fundraiser, an open house, a photography exhibit, and a new arts venue. Jazz vocalist Jackie Allen tells us about her concert at The Lark in Hastings. Carrie Christensen from Lincoln's Lied Center and Susan Levine talks about a couple of performances in January, Take Six on January 16th, and the Martha Graham Dance Company on January 28th. Tom Ineck previews the next Nebraska Jazz Orchestra concert with Bobby Watson. Bedient Pipe Organ is having an open house on January 11th, and has just started a corporate partnership with the Nebraska Organ Recovery System. What started as a joke about an "organ transplant" they were doing recently, has turned into a partnership that is working to get the word out about human organ donation and its benefits. Holly Heffelbower and Tom Neal tell us more. "Shutterfold: Capturing the Moment," an exhibit of black & white landscape photos opens at the Immanuel Fine Arts Gallery at The Landing in Lincoln. Photographers Linda Stephen and Robert Egan tell us all about it. We learn about a fundraiser that the Hastings Symphony and the Hastings Community Theatre are doing together. Another All About Books with Charles Stephen. Also, Eric Biehl from GracePlace, at 815 O Street (under Sweep Left) in Lincoln, is a new church in the Haymarket that also is a First Friday art walk venue. Biehl tells us more about this church and arts venue. And, Ben Rasmussen from KVNO tells us about this weekend's Omaha Symphony concert.