July 28 Loom Weaves Joslyn Art Museum
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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Once again loom Weaves Joslyn's Sculpture Garden on Saturday, July 28, 2:00 - 11:00 p.m. (Rain date: Sunday, July 29)

The spontaneous multicultural festival atmosphere features music and dance, body painting, live art, yoga, dance performances and a variety of other artful expressions. The Sonic and Social Café located in Joslyn’s ConAgra Foods Atrium 4-8 pm will feature salsa, belly and break dance lessons and guest lecturer from community leaders. Food may be purchased outside at Joslyn's grill 3:30 - 8 pm; cash bar available 3:30 – 10:30 pm. Please, no outside alcohol. For the full schedule of events, please visit Joslyn’s website at www.joslyn.org or www.houseofloom.com

loom’s annual multicultural outdoor festival 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. 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.

Performances & Activities
Much more TBA, but here's what we got so far ...

- YOGA ROCKS THE PARK 2-3 pm
- Jarana (Columbian rock fusion band)
- The Bishops (Reggae & Rocksteady band)
- Conchance of Midtown Marauders (Hip Hop)
- DJs Brent Crampton, Kethro, Stephen Bils (World influenced dance music)
- Salsa dancers & belly dancers + lessons
- Various break dance crews such as True X
- Live art w/Gerard Pefung, Erik Uncool
- Caricatures with Dan Richters
- Live body & face painting with Norm43eva & Sara O'Neill

Those interested in having a booth, please contact Jared Spence <jmspence21@gmail.com>

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

For six 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.

Last summer loom moved into House of Loom — a lounge & nightclub concept with a focus on music, dance, art & community located at 1012 South 10 Street.