2016 North Omaha Summer Arts Schedule Announced (All Summer)

2016 North Omaha Summer Arts schedule announced!

We are delighted to announce that this June marks the 6th year for North Omaha Summer Arts (NOSA), a free, grassroots, community-based arts festival. Our mission is to bring the diverse experience of art (in all forms) to the community of North Omaha. NOSA classes and events are open to everyone.

Watch for NOSA announcements through the spring and summer about each of these arts programs and events. Please share with friends and family. Let’s make this a beautiful art-filled season.

For more information, to be a participating artist or to partner with NOSA, call 402-502-4669.

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2016 Highlights


Gospel Concert in the Park:
Saturday, June 18
5:00-7:30 pm
Miller Park, Omaha

Featuring soloists, ensembles and choirs performing a mix of gospel styles. Free hot dogs and lemonade will be served. Bring a blanket or a chair and prepare to be inspired.


Women’s Writing Class and Retreats:
Wednesdays, June 1-July 27
5:30pm Dinner
Followed by 6-8pm class
Trinity Lutheran Church
Corner of 30th & Redick

This summer we focus on “Getting Published.” Facilitator Kim Louise is a best-selling romance novelist who guides participants in finding their inner writer’s voice.


Art and Gardening Class:
Saturday, July 9
10:30am-12:30pm
Florence Branch Library

Combine your passion for making and growing things in a fun-filled session painting art on clay pots and planting flowers that attract pollinators.


Pop Up Art:
July dates, times and venues to be announced.

Pop Up Art happenings around North Omaha will give people of all ages fun opportunities to unleash their creativity and express themselves through different mediums.


Arts Crawl:
Friday, August 12
6:00-9:00pm
5:30-6:30pm Reception at Charles Washington Branch Library

This walkable blocks long continuous art show showcases the diverse work of emerging and established artists. It starts at the Metropolitan Community College Fort Omaha campus Mule Barn building and ends at the North Heartland Family Service with Church of the Resurrection, Nelson Mandela School and Trinity Lutheran in between. Walk or drive to view art in a wide variety of mediums, to watch visual art demonstrations and to speak with artists about their practice. Enjoy live music at some venues.

Free food and refreshments at each stop.