In addition to visiting our website or dropping by our offices, there are several ways you can keep on top of what is happening at NAC and with the arts:
Sign up for our eNews. Sign up or our eNews email announcements. When you receive NAC's eNews, you will be among the first to know when artist opportunities are announced, applications are being taken for grants and programs, exhibitions are on view, workshops are scheduled, along with other arts news.
Like us on Facebook:
Nebraska Arts Council's Fan Page — We post the latest information and images from NAC-related news as well as other arts news and opportunities for artists. Catch up on arts news and network with friends of the arts!
Follow us on Twitter:
We also tweet our latest news - @NEArtsCouncil - and retweet arts news relevant to the Nebraska arts community. We follow Nebraska arts news from our colleagues and constituents, so let us know if you have a Twitter account!
Watch us on YouTube:
Watch performances, NAC funded and sponsored events, NAC instructional videos and more on our YouTube Channel - Nebraska Arts Council. We follow Nebraska arts news from our colleagues and constituents, so let us know if you have a YouTube video you'd like to link with our channel!
Check in on Foursquare:
NAC's office in Omaha's Old Market District hosts a variety of events and activities including exhibits at NAC's Fred Simon Gallery, NAC grant information sessions and workshops, as well as other opportunities for Foursquare checkins - look for Nebraska Arts Council. We sometimes even offer a special!
E-mail or Phone: You can also contact us directly with an email or phone call. See our staff contact list for details or use the email form at the link on left side of this page to send us a message.
Online Calendar of Events:
Check out the NAC Calendar on this website to find information on various NAC-related events. The State of Nebraska offers a Public Meeting Calendar of events, where you can find information on NAC board meeting schedules.
Our Partners in the Arts - the Nebraska Cultural Endowment and Nebraskans for the Arts also maintain websites and social media connections where you can find even more information on arts events and advocacy.