KITH: Potluck & Conversation – Sustainability & Innovation

Potlucks are the best and, are even better with good conversation. Current exhibition artist, Angie Seykora and CEO of First Star Recycling, Dale Gubbels will join us at the dinner table to discuss what we can do with plastics as both consumers and makers. This event is FREE and open to the public, we ask that you
let us know you’re coming on Eventbrite or call 402-933-3161, and bring a delicious dish!



Plays Out Loud! is the Union for Contemporary Arts Performing Arts Collective readers theatre series that gives directors, actors, and audiences an opportunity to experience live theater focusing solely on the words. All performances are done with script in hand followed by a Q&A session with the director and cast.

Directed by: Nik Whitcomb, Denise Chapman, Echelle Childers

Produced by: The Union for Contemporary Art Performing Arts Collective

Audition location: The Union for Contemporary Art 2423 N 24th street (Lake street entrance)

Performance dates: 

Unfinished Women Cry in No Man’s Land While a Bird Dies in a Gilded Cage by Aishah Rahman - May 23

Seating begins at 6:30, Performance at 7:00.





ANGIE SEYKORA // Part to Part

Omaha artist Angie Seykora transforms cast-off plastics and other familiar objects into mysterious and seductive sculptures. Using mass-produced, ubiquitous products – plastic wrap, steel wool, disposable placemats – that typically serve one very specific task, the artist explores the material properties and purposes of commonplace items. In her process-based practice, Seykora focuses on the visual and tactile qualities of these items, altering them through repetition, handiwork, and scale. By ignoring the prescribed functions of these objects and considering only their physical properties, the artist forces us to question exactly what we are seeing, the sustainability of cultural production, and how we place value on the things we keep and those we part with.  

Part to Part will run April 14 to May 27th, 2017 at The Union for Contemporary Art’s Wanda D. Ewing Gallery.