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Music-making with Found Sounds by Michael Fitzsimmons
Crossroads | Atiim Jones June 12 – Aug 7, 2020
Congratulations to Nebraska State Champion Juan De La Cruz
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Kat Fackler is a dancer + choreographer living in Omaha, and the co-director of tbd. dance collective. She has been studying movement in a variety of styles for almost 25 years while attending studios, masterclasses, and workshops across the country. Originally from Hastings, NE, she relocated to Omaha in 2010 and began working with various dance and performance groups. In 2012, she joined a contemporary dance company under the direction of Maya Taylor and performed in several productions and choreographic works throughout Omaha.
In 2014, Kat became a founding member of tbd. dance collective. The group formed organically based on a need for more choreographic and performance opportunities for movement artists in Nebraska. Since its inception, Kat has choreographed 12 original works, 22 excerpts, and co-produced 10 evening length performances for tbd. in collaboration with various artists and organizations throughout the community.
More recently, she has co-produced and created choreography for The Movement Series at KANEKO, as well as several short dance films and music videos including Waiting For Reality (2018) + One Day, One Month, One Year (2016) which premiered at KANEKO alongside live performance, and ESP (2016), a music video for The Faint. In January of 2018, she was commissioned by The Union for Contemporary Art to create a choreographic work in conversation with Chicago based artist Caroline Kent during her exhibition: Disappearance of the Word, Appearance of the World. In the Fall of 2017, Kat was commissioned by Omaha Performing Arts to choreograph the finale for Nebraska in Motion - a community wide celebration of movement.
The Nebraska Arts Council announces newly revised grant programs that respond to the changing needs of artists and arts organizations during the current global pandemic. NAC’s new grant programs provide support for virtual programming, individual artists and organizations.
The following grant categories are open for applications:
Virtual Arts Project Grants
Virtual Artists in Schools/Communities Sponsor Grant
Virtual Nebraska Touring Program Sponsor Grants
Virtual Presenting the State Poet
Arts Accessibility Grants for Virtual Programs and Improvement Projects