Omaha, Nebraska 2021-08-04 19:59:18 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) — The exhibition at the Bemis Center highlights American social, cultural, and political disparities through the work of 21 artists.
It is called “all together, in many: a consideration of empathy.”
From photography to sculpture, the work explores topics such as systematic racism, medicine, and climate change.
The exhibition also connects artists and local organizations across the country.
“Omaha is so many nonprofits working on all these issues, so how many nonprofits and organizations are specifically working on some of these issues, such as Boots on the Ground. I wanted to emphasize that, “Rachel Adams, Chief Curator of the Bemis Center, said.
There’s still plenty of time to see the exhibit — it’s on display until mid-September.
Admission to the Bemis Center is always free.
Open from Wednesday to Sunday.
visit Bemis Center website For more information.
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