The Paradox of Containment and Display: A Retrospective Exhibition by Bonnie O’Connell is the featured show in the Weber Fine Arts Art Gallery August 31 to September 24, 2020.
Bonnie O’Connell spent thirty-five years as the Head of Book Arts and Papermaking in the School of the Arts. She also was the Director of UNO’s Abattoir Editions before retiring in 2019. This retrospective spans her four decades at UNO and includes fine press editions, artists’ books, relief prints, and letterpress prints.
Unable to visit in person? Watch for information about a virtual tour coming soon.
Special Note for Visitors
The Gallery is limited to 20 guests in the exhibit at a time. Face masks are required for entry.
Parking is available in the West parking garage. Visitors may use the ParkOmaha app or the kiosks in the garage.
Fall 2020 Gallery Hours
Open Monday thru Thursday, 10am to 4pm
Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Climate in Crisis: Featuring Terry James Conrad, Nadia Huggins, and Tali Weinberg
October 5 - November 9
Hexagon Gallery: UNO Students
Climate in Crisis explores the severe impact climate change is having on communities across the world and the relationship of how people interact with their environment. Featured artists include Terry James Conrad, sculptor and printmaker from Iowa City, IA; Nadia Huggins, photographer from St. Vincent and the Grenadines; and Tali Weinberg, weaver and sculptor from Roswell, NM.
Fall 2020 BFA Thesis Exhibitions in the Weber Gallery
Fall 2020 BASA Senior Exhibitions in the Criss Library Osborne Gallery
November 8, 2020 – December 17
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