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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Downtown

Art

 

Lossy

Six former artists-in-residence explore the murky territory of physicality in an era of mediated representation. Free and open to the public.

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

11:00am - 5:00pm

724 S. 12th St.

402-341-7130

http://www.bemiscenter.org

 
 

Lossy

Six former artists-in-residence explore the murky territory of physicality in an era of mediated representation. Free and open to the public.

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

11:00am - 5:00pm

724 S. 12th St.

402-341-7130

http://www.bemiscenter.org

 

Outside Omaha Metro

Art - Film

 

Jerusalem

The city of Jerusalem is sacred to half the people on earth. This film seeks to explain why.

Hastings Museum

Museum Theatre

402-461-4629

 

Downtown

Art - Ongoing

 

Lossy

Six former Bemis Center artists-in-residence explore the murky territory of physicality in an era of mediated representation.

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

11:00am - 5:00pm

724 S. 12th St.

402-341-7130

http://www.bemiscenter.org

 

Omaha

Auctions

 

Willie Eymann Estate Auction Survivor Barn Find Classic Cars

Saturday, 4/26
10:15am

The Auction Mill

12:00pm - 5:00pm

4638 J St

402-885-4916

http://www.theauctionmill.com

 
 

Broadmoor Market & Grocery Auction

Friday, 4/25
10am

Auction Solutions

12:00pm - 5:00pm

8722 Pacific St

402-571-0393

http://www.auctionsolutionsinc.com

 
 

Thursday Night Auctions at the Auction Mill

Thursday, 4/24
5pm

The Auction Mill

12:00pm - 5:00pm

6205 N 89th Cir

402-885-4916

http://www.theauctionmill.com

 
 

Turn Your Stash into Cash Auction

Saturday, 5/3
10am

Hammer Down Auctions

12:00pm - 5:00pm

8505 Crown Point Ave

402-884-8884

http://www.hammerdownauctions-omaha.com

 

Outside Omaha Metro

 

Auction

Saturday, 4/26
9am

Jefferson Co Fairgrounds

12:00pm - 5:00pm

Merchant's Building

402-729-2435

http://www.schultis.com

 
 

Farmland Auction

Saturday, 5/24
9am

Therkildsen Center

12:00pm - 5:00pm

706 Victoria St

712-755-7167

http://www.osbornauction.com

 
 

Auction

Sunday, 4/27
11am

Don Petersen Auctioneers

12:00pm - 5:00pm

4-H Building

402-670-9397

http://www.donpeterson.com

 
 

Carpalooza 2014

Saturday, 5/3
1pm

Auction Solutions

12:00pm - 5:00pm

19340 Jesup Ave

402-571-0393

http://www.auctionsolutionsinc.com

 
 

Auction

Saturday, 5/3
10am

Schultis & Son Auction Center

12:00pm - 5:00pm

222 West 14 St

402-729-2435

http://www.schultis.com

 

South

 

Nursery Stock Auction

Saturday, 4/26
10:30am

Easter & Associates

12:00pm - 5:00pm

15303 S 36th St

402-297-1212

http://www.goeaster.com

 

Downtown

Go

 

Lossy

Six former artists-in-residence explore the murky territory of physicality in an era of mediated representation. Free and open to the public.

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

11:00am - 5:00pm

724 S. 12th St.

402-341-7130

http://www.bemiscenter.org

 

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