The Omaha Art Exhibition is opening on October 6th.
The exhibit is curated by the Omaha Art Museum and will feature over a dozen works of art from Omaha’s history.
The show features artwork from Omaha artists such as Thomas Denton, James and Emily Johnson, and artist and photographer Chris McLeod.
The show will also feature the Omaha History Museum’s collection of historical photos.
The museum has created a “Welcome to Omaha” page with a welcome text to visitors that includes a picture of the museum and the exhibit, a map of Omaha, and a timeline of events in Omaha.
The exhibit will be open to the public starting October 6 at 10 a.m. and will be available at all museums throughout the country through the end of the year.
The Omaha Art Gallery is opening its newest art exhibit on October 13th.
The new exhibit is called “Omaha Art,” and is curated and curated by Omaha Art Library and will run from October 5 to October 13.
The gallery will feature a gallery of the artworks that the museum acquired from a local museum.
It will also display a photo essay by artist Tom Gorman on the collection, and the gallery will host an interactive art show, “Odyssey,” on October 7.
The art exhibition will be held on the gallery’s new exhibit space in the basement of the historic Lincoln Memorial Building.
The collection is currently housed at the Nebraska Historical Museum in Omaha, but the museum plans to eventually move the collection to the new building, which will house more of the collection.
It is unclear how many artworks will be on display at the exhibit.
Art and culture in Omaha is on the rise, as are art and culture trends.
The number of art exhibitions in Omaha has grown by about 60 percent in the last decade.
The number of people who visited Omaha museums in 2016 was nearly 2.5 million, compared to just over 1 million in 2016, according to the Omaha World-Herald.
The museum has also added a new exhibit in 2018.
In addition to the art exhibition, the museum is also planning an exhibit in the fall on the city’s first official art deco museum, which opened in the 1950s and opened in 1967.
The Lincoln Memorial Museum is located at 2540 North Broadway, Omaha, NE 68103.