TEMPORARILY CLOSED

TEMPORARILY CLOSED

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Here and Now: Recent Acquisitions

Here and Now: Recent Acquisitions

Here and Now: Recent Acquisitions focuses on a selection of artworks from over 250 accepted into MONA’s permanent collection since 2018. This group includes paintings, sculpture, photography, printmaking, collage, among other media created over a span of 150 years. Some works included in Here and Now are familiar to our MONA visitors, such as Nancy Read More

Nebraska Now: Sandra Williams: Anthropocene Blues: Nature and the Social Imagination

Nebraska Now: Sandra Williams: Anthropocene Blues: Nature and the Social Imagination

Sandra Williams, Associate Professor of Art in the Art and Art History Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, creates two-dimensional cut-paper works that explore the concept of ecotone: an area where two communities meet and integrate. By focusing on flora, fauna, and figures and using folklore as a reference, Williams aims to look at the Read More

Fred Otnes: A Collage

Fred Otnes: A Collage

Fred Otnes’s collage works have appeared on magazine covers, movie posters, and postage stamps. Born in Junction City, Kansas in 1925, the family moved to Lincoln, Nebraska when Fred was still a child. He began working as an artist at The Lincoln Journal as a teenager where he later credited his early interest in graphics Read More