Join us for the big reveal! See what all 13 CSArtists made for their CSArt shares this year!
1/2 our donations on Omaha Gives! will be given back to the community in the form of an Omaha Creative Artist Grant!
Check out the poets that lead "Louder Than A Bomb", the largest youth poetry competition in the midwest, in this event partnership with the Nebraska Writer's Collective.
Don't miss Omaha's first art show for dogs! An event in paw-tnership with the Nebraska Humane Society
Join us for a showcase of the Artists in CSArt Omaha 2017! Shares go on sale Feb 6th!
Make your own hand loom and learn the process of weaving!
Explore intuitive mark making on birch panel with Kim Darling!
Learn how to play the Ukulele in one sitting! No joke! No musical experience or talent required!
All you need to bring is your curiosity and openness to experimentation!
Learn a variety of bookmaking techniques to create your own zines, sketchbooks, and more!
Join Omaha Creative Institute for the 2016 Patron Party!
Learn how to draft the perfect written statements to support your work! This workshop is part seminar, part peer review led by our talented artist facilitators.
CSArt Shareholders will receive their 9 pieces of local art at the "Harvest" Reception June 9th!
Filmmakers Jonathan Tvrdik and Tessa Wedberg will guide participants in collectively writing an original scene while demonstrating how to outline and script for the page. Participants then will learn to board each shot, block the scene, and further explore the process of visual storytelling.
Come learn the fun and affordable process of printmaking with Styrofoam. Local artist Courtney Kenny Porto will teach the fundamental steps of printmaking for beginners. Be prepared to get messy and make prints for unique gifts and décor.
Bring a photo or object to work from or use one provided.
You will learn chords and a few rhythms with the goal of playing and singing songs by the end of the workshop. Ukuleles will be provided, but let us know if you're bringing your own. No musical experience necessary.
LIMIT 15 participants unless you bring your own ukulele.
Learn to paint, create and let go in this fast-paced mixed media class where you’ll end up with a 12x12-finished piece that needs no framing. You’ll explore innovative painting techniques and quick collage techniques. You’ll leave the thinking and stress at the door while you let your inner creative guide out to play.
Explore color, pattern, texture and design. You’ll mix oil colors with softened beeswax to achieve depth and surface texture on high-quality archival paper. You’ll leave the session with the pieces you make and some insight into creativity. All you need to bring is your curiosity and openness to experimentation.
This class will introduce participants to the autobiographical genre known as creative nonfiction. Through a combination of short readings, discussion, and guided writing, attendees will learn the fundamental methods and meanings of creative nonfiction and begin several of their own autobiographical compositions.
Explore the possibilities of printing on both sides of paper simultaneously! Participants will use stencils, carved relief blocks, paint and ink in order to create their own unique two-sided images. Be prepared to get your hands dirty as you push the boundaries of traditional printmaking.
Learn how to capture a compelling image and make it even better through touch-up, resizing, special effects, etc. Using the photo editing tool Light Room, you will explore endless creative options for your images. Bring your digital camera.
Have you ever considered writing a poem that celebrates laziness or the smell of coffee? Or that waxes poetic about your favorite lipstick or the feel of a loved one’s skin? In this workshop with an award-winning poet, you’ll experience the joy of writing an ode that honors and enlivens the people, places, objects, and feelings of our everyday lives.
Learn how to hammer steel into a commonly used item. You'll leave the course with your own small project or gift. Wear cotton or simple non-synthetic fabrics and closed-toe shoes.
Design and create your own unique glass beads through this unique medium. Use lamps to mold glass into colorful beads that are as versatile as they are beautiful.