All receptions take place Friday unless otherwise listed.
Against the Wall — Painting, sculpture and fabric art by Lincoln Artists Guild and Against the Wall gallery members. Reception: 5-8 p.m., 6220 Havelock Ave.
Burkholder Project — "Big land, Big Sky" group landscape, show featuring 10 Burkholder artists, including "Living Dangerously as a Robot" found-object assemblages by George Skuodas; "Et Cetera" oil paintings by Edgar Millican; "Places" oil paintings by Patrick Gauthier; "Deep Energy" acrylic paintings by Joseph McHale. Reception: 5:30-8 p.m., 719 P St.
Chapin Studios and Gallery — "heART for the Love of Art” featuring Enchanted Earth jewelry by Hope McCulley. Reception: 5-9 p.m., 110 S. 14th St.
Cornhusker Marriott — Pastel works by artist in residence Tom Meyers. Reception: 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., 333 S. 13th St.
Constellation Studios — "Field of Vision," featuring artist Taryn McMahon, solo printstallation, digital and hand-drawn images of plants and architecture from botanical gardens, including printmaking drawing, digital photography and collage, also showing "Hanging Gardens," a large-scale banner on thin Awagami Inebe paper. Reception: 5-8 p.m.
Crescent Moon — Art collective featured by Nebraska Appleseed group, 7 a.m.-11 p.m., 140 N. 8th St.
Francie & Finch Bookshop — Featuring artists: Wendy Bantam, Julie Childers, Robert Esquivel, David Olson, and Thom Sheppard. Reception: 5:30-7:30 p.m., 130 S. 13th St.
Foundry — Acrylics by Audrey Greve. Reception: 5-7 p.m., 211 N. 14th St. (Elevator entrance at 1410 O St.)
Gallery 9 —"Different Stripes": All-member gallery show, the artists will be showcasing their artwork, by incorporating the theme. Reception: 6:00-9 p.m., 124 S. Ninth St.
Great Plains Art Museum — Andrew Husa, Great Plains graduate fellow, UNL geography, will hold a discussion about small towns in Nebraska; "New Farmers" a collaborative research project between photographer D. Bryon Darby, designer Tim Hossler, and sociologist Paul Stock, showing observations on today's independent farmer. Reception: 5-7 p.m.; 6 p.m. presentation (Andrew Husa), 1155 Q St.
Lux Center for the Arts — “Dementia Americana” a group show by Cannupa Hanksa Luger, Marty Two Bulls Jr., and Michaeal Two Bulls; “Life is a Balloon,” by Louis Labudda,"(main gallery). Reception: 5-8 p.m., 2601 N. 48th St.
Keichel Fine Art — Top contemporary artists, featuring Robert Weaver (1935-2018), Anthony Benton Guide, Hal Holoun,Jenny Kruger, Ernest Ochsner, and Susan Puelz (first floor); Dale Nichols, Roger Medearis, Thomas Hart Benton, John Steuart Curry, and Terence Duren (second floor); “Korean Dreams” by Natalie Daoust (third floor). Reception: 6-9 p.m. 1208 O St.
Metro Gallery — Featuring LaVonne Hummel mixed media. Reception: 3-7 p.m., 1316 N St.
Noyes Art Gallery — Featuring: Ruth Langan, Sharon Cole, Lily Roberts, Jeri Kuhn, Cole Beebe, Isaac Baker, Paige Ernst, and Olivia Ahlrichs. Reception: 6-9 p.m., 119 S. Ninth St.
"Serving Hands" Event — Exhibiting artist's proposals, seeking sponsors to make 6-foot sculptural projects into reality. To become a sponsor email Lizemail@example.com or call 402-430-5923 or ServinghandsLincoln.org, deadline for sponsorship is Feb. 15. Reception: 5-8 p.m. Old Historic City Hall, 920 O St.
Sheldon Art Gallery — “Table Manners“ featuring this month’s theme: “Appetizers” paintings spanning a period from the late 1800s through today, on display in six galleries, this art showcases what we eat, how we consume, and where we get food. Reception: 5-7 p.m. 12th and R streets.
Tugboat Gallery — “Whiplash” paintings, sculpture, ceramics and mixed media featuring Lindsey Day, PJ Hargraves and Sophia Rupert; music by DJ ol moanin. Reception: 7-10 p.m., 116 N. 14th St. (second story above Gomez Art Supply.)
Vo Face pop-up fashion show and art studio — Interactive fashion show, showcasing Alexis Amina designs, complimentary photo opportunities by Molly Rangel and Mason Matthews, also featuring local art by Alehna Taylor. Reception: 7-9 p.m., 116 N. 14th St., (second floor Parrish Studio building), 14th and O streets, (elevator access).
III of Cups — "Nice Space" by Peggy Gomez and Jay Kreimer. Reception: 7-10 p.m., 116 N. 14th St., (second floor Parrish Studio building).14th and O streets (elevator access).
Against the Wall Art Gallery — 5-7 p.m. Feb. 7. Lincoln Artist Guild showcasing paintings, sculptures, mixed media, through Feb. 28, new artwork each month. Reception: 5-8 p.m., 6220 Havelock Ave.
Bemis Contemporary Center for Contemporary Arts — "Between Two Screens" conversation between Rachel Adams, Bemis Center’s new chief curator and director of programs, and artist Angie Seykora, 6-8 p.m. Feb. 7; "Out There" video premiere of a concept video album and live performance by art-pop psychedelic duo Princess Alexis Gideon and Michael O’Neill, exploring the role men ought to be playing during the current cultural reckoning of misogyny, 7-9 p.m. April 13, 724 South 12th St., Omaha. Bemiscenter.org or 402-341-7130.
Red Deer Studio — "Bonsai” by Stephanie Walker and Scott Luke. Reception: 3-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 2947 T St.
County-City Building Exhibition Gallery — "A Particular Point of View" paintings by Martha Vestecka Miller; fabric and thread art by Lora Rocke, through Jan. 31, 555 S. 10th St.
International Quilt Study Center & Museum — "Cheddar Quilts" from Joanna S. Rose; "Discovering the Collection: A 20-Year Journey" by Carolyn Ducey; The Mark Dunn collection; "Southern Quilts" from the Kathryn Sullivan collection; "Memory & Material" by Laura Petrovich-Cheney; EPM Log Cabin Quilts; "Architecture 310 and IQSCM: A Collaboration" designed by students; "Mapping" by Valerie Goodwin, 1523 N. 23rd St.
Nebraska History Museum — “Color Quest” through March 2019; "Start Your Engines" through October 2019; "Nebraska Unwrapped: Selections from the Collections," permanent collection, 131 Centennial Mall North.
Bone Creek Museum of Argrarian Art — "Steven Ramsey: In Glass" sculpture exhibition, through Feb. 24, 575 E St., David City.
The Durham Museum — "Omaha in the Anthropocene," panels and images involving a collaborative project between the Durham Museum, and the senior-level Global Environmental History course at Creighton University, through March 30; "American Democracy: A great leap of faith": A Smithsonian Exhibit, March 2-June 23. 801 S. 10th St., Omaha. Durhammuseum.org or 402-444-5071.
Gallery 72 — "Farewell Series #1" featuring: Bowling (paintings), Buck (art prints), and Wilkinson (quilts); "Farewell Series #2" featuring: Broman, De Forest and Taylor; "Farewell Series #3" featuring: Mixed media by Harvey, John Littleton, Kate Vogel, Steven Ramsey, Gary Beecham, Richard Mock, and Carol Summers, through Feb. 9, 1806 Vinton St., Omaha.
Joslyn Art Museum — 10 a.m.-4 p.m. "30 Americans" First major exhibition to survey the work of contemporary African Americans artists, from the Miami-based Rubell Family Collection, featuring paintings, works on paper, sculptures, installations, and videos created over the past three decades. Ticketed exhibition, however tickets are free to all during the first weekend of each month, March 2-3; April 6-7; May 4-5; "Cover for the Day the Crayons Quit" by Oliver Jeffers, mixed media, gouache, crayon, and pencil on watercolor paper. This exhibition chronicles Oliver Jeffer's development and success as a children’s book artist, Jeffer's books are New York Times No. 1 Best Sellers, 2200 Dodge St., Omaha. Joslyn.org or 402-342-3300.
Kaneko — "Human Condition" showcases a variety and range of emotional, physical, environmental and situational circumstances that makes people human, public tours are hosted on Fridays at 6:30 p.m.; private guided tours are offered Tuesday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. You are asked to book your tour five days in advance, $5 (general admission), free (members), 1111 Jones St. Thekaneko.org or 402-341-3800.
Museum of Nebraska Art — "A River Runs Through It": Works featuring artists Leoda Davis, Terry Evans, Michael Forsberg, Paul Johnsgard, Karen Kunc, Tom Mangelsen, Joel Sartore, Wendy Weiss & Jay Kreimer, and Worthington Whittredge, Feb. 26-July 21; "Nebraska Now": Anne Burton, printmaking, April 13-July 7; "Nebraska Now": Michael James, quilts and photographs, through April 7, 2401 Central Ave., Kearney. Mona.unk.edu or 308- 865-8559.