JOSLYN ART MUSEUM
is proud to work collaboratively with organizations in our community to present engaging programs that satisfy many interests and tastes. If you'd like to talk about partnership possibilities, please be in touch with Nancy Round, Director of Education and Outreach, at (402) 661-3859 or email@example.com.
Selected Upcoming Partnership Events @ Joslyn
July 7, 5-7 pm
Omaha Under the Radar @ Joslyn
with Analog Arts
July 16, 2 pm-midnight
loom Weaves Joslyn
with House of Loom
INTERTWINE: A Community Project
In celebration of the exhibition Sheila Hicks: Material Voices,
join us to connect space between organizations, neighbors, friends, and strangers with colorful disk weavings that will be assembled together and displayed in Joslyn's Community Gallery. Click here for free drop-in workshop dates and a downloadable do-it-yourself guide.
Outreach to Youth
Joslyn is partnering with NorthStar Foundation to provide visual arts instruction at its new facility. Twice per week, Museum staff presents after-school classes with curriculum based on art the boys will see during gallery visits.
An extension of the Kent Bellows Mentoring Program (KBMP), artists are mentoring groups at Boys Town National Research Hospital and at the Omaha Public Schools Teen Literacy Center to reach creative teens who are unable to visit Joslyn and Kent Bellows Studio.
Oak View Kid's Club
Joslyn offers art-making for children and their families at Oak View Mall (3001 S. 114th St.) on the last Tuesday of each month, 10:30-11:30 am. Join the Museum's staff for this free, drop-in program and create "mini masterpieces" inspired by artwork from the galleries.
For more information, please visit www.oakviewmall.com/events.
Finding a Voice
Joslyn staff welcomes guests and residents of the Siena/Francis House for monthly programs at the Museum. Participants in the shelter's addiction recovery program gather for gallery viewing, art-making, writing, and reflection.
Art is sWELL
Once per month, Museum staff visits Nebraska Medicine
to offer collection-related activities for pediatric patients and their families. This opportunity extends Joslyn's ongoing Passport Partners Program - benefiting students, faculty, and staff associated with the university and hospital - to now serve patients.
To these and other groups Joslyn has joined forces with - past and present - we say thank you!
Archaeological Association of America (AIA)
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands
Boy Scouts of America
Boys Town National Research Hospital
City of Omaha
Design Alliance Omaha (daOMA)
Douglas County Youth Center
The Durham Museum
El Museo Latino
Federal Bureau of Investigation Citizen Academy Alumni Association
Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska
Heart Ministry Center
House of Loom
Institute for Holocaust Education
Learning Community Center of South Omaha
Lewis and Clark National Historical Trail (U.S. National Park Service)
Maha Music Festival
Midlands Mentoring Partnership
The Nature Conservancy
Nebraska Arts Council
Nebraskans for the Arts
Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
Nebraska Writers Collective
Oak View Mall
Omaha Children's Museum
Omaha Conservatory of Music
Omaha Creative Institute
Omaha Fashion Week
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium
Omaha Home for Boys
Omaha Public Library
Omaha Refugee Task Force
Omaha Sister Cities Association
Omaha Under the Radar
Omaha Yoga & Bodywork Center
Refugee Empowerment Center
Sheldon Museum of Art
Union for Contemporary Art
UNMC and Nebraska Medicine
UNO's Nebraska Watershed Network, Service Learning Academy, and The Moving Company
Youth Emergency Services