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Joslyn Art Museum is excited to be the venue for the eighth year in a row for Nebraska Wildlife Rehab's annual "Bats Over Omaha" Bat Release. The release is scheduled for sometime after April 20, with activities beginning at 6 pm (release at dusk). This FREE event is subject to last-minute scheduling and postponement. Please check here for updates before heading to the Museum. MORE DETAILS >
On Saturday, June 2, the Joslyn Art Museum Association presents its Annual Gala.
This year's British-themed event celebrates the exhibition Treasures of British Art 1400–2000: The Berger Collection (June 2–September 9).  MORE DETAILS >
Joslyn Art Museum has completed a five-year capital improvements project addressing needed repairs and upgrades to the building and its safety systems. MORE DETAILS >
NOW ON VIEW! Through May 6, Joslyn presents Word/Play: Prints, Photographs, and Paintings by Ed Ruscha. This is the first major exhibition to feature the internationally-renowned artist in his home state of Nebraska. MORE DETAILS >
Through May 6 in Joslyn's Riley Contemporary Artists Project Gallery, see selections from conceptual photographer John Divola's Dark Star series.  MORE DETAILS >
Joslyn presents selections from Creighton University's Carlson Fable Collection through April 29 in the Mind's Eye Gallery. Don't miss the books and objects featured in I See That Fable Differently! MORE DETAILS >
Joslyn Art Museum is delighted to announce that it has been named a top ten Nebraska Attraction by USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice awards! We greatly appreciate the nomination and all those who voted! MORE DETAILS >
In 2018, Joslyn Art Museum will present exhibitions of contemporary works, British painting, children's book illustrations, and American quilts. Click here for complete details. MORE DETAILS >