September 17 Loom Weaves Joslyn Art Museum
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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Join us on Saturday, September 17, 2–11 pm for another free,
all ages, all day multicultural festival featuring music and dance,
body painting, live art, yoga, dance performances and a variety
of other artful expressions. 

annual outdoor event has not only traditionally brought in a wide spectrum of artists and performers, but a wide cross section of people, weaving the diversity that lives within Omaha.

When the Museum galleries close at 8 pm, the outdoor party will just be gearing up, stretching on until 11 pm!  Food may be purchased outside at Joslyn's grill until 8 pm; cash bar available 'til 11 pm. Please no outside alcohol. Joslyn docents will be on hand to conduct guided tours of the Peter Kiewit Foundation Sculpture Garden. 

Festival Features...
Yoga On The Green led by DancinYogi, 2-3 p.m.

Dance Performances from...
+ Basement Dance Studio
+ La Fuerza
+ Transit Crew

Music Performances from...
+ Midtown Marauders
+ DJs Aqbt (Get Open Sessions/NYC)
+ Sabine (Oyasound/NYC) 
+ Raven Fox (Disco Hall of Fame/St Louis)
+ Brent Crampton
+ Stephen Bils
+ Kethro 

Hosted by Jay "rhythmSOULdier" Kline, the loom crew, Dance Your Prayers, Aetherplough, Nerdtron, Omahoop

Live art, booth vendors, percussionists, hoop jam & more!

Post celebration to be held at House of Loom 11 pm - 2 am! 

Loom is a social theory founded in March of 2006 by Jay Kline and Brent Crampton with the idea of creating socially conscious dance, music, art & educational programs to create community and social progress.

For five years loom manifested as a dance event where people of many colors, orientations and ages gathered in a peaceful assembly. From its monthly-first-Thursdays home-base of España Tapas Bar in Benson, to various one-offs at institutions such as the Joslyn Art Museum, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts & Love's Jazz & Art Center, loom has served as a positive social medium for bringing people together. Event theme's have jumped continents and timelines, celebrating diversity across the board, including the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., Brazil's Carnival festival, Nigeria's Fela Kuti or various dance arts.

This summer loom marks a very significant turning point for loom as they move into House of Loom — a lounge & nightclub concept with a focus on music, dance, art & community. More info about loom at