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Community Meeting Schedule


Date Day Time Description Place
7/11/17 Tuesday 7-8 PM Design Meeting South Omaha Museum
7/12/17 Wednesday 12-1 PM Design Meeting South Omaha Museum
7/13/17 Thursday 4-5PM Design Meeting South Omaha Museum
7/16/17 Sunday 2-3 PM Design Meeting South Omaha Museum
7/19/17 Wednesday 6-7 PM Design Unveiling 36th and Q at the wall



9 AM- 2 PM


Paint Day

36th and Q at the wall

Artists will continue to paint until the end of August.  
The dedication ceremony day is yet to be determined.  
The South Omaha Museum is located at 2314 M St Omaha, NE 68107.  

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 Apprentice Program

 Our apprentice muralists will learn how to create a public community-based mural from start to finish. They are expected to attend community design workshops, participate in the sketching and designing process, and help paint the mural on the wall.

 We love growing our team of muralists by adding individuals that are goal oriented and collaborative. Here are our chosen artists for this mural project:



 Alondra Gonzalez,

currently a Junior at Omaha North High has worked with us on a mural for a day care already.  She sent us this painting of a tiger she did as one of her portfolio images.


Rigoberto Barajas-Rivera,

who graduated recently from Northwest High School and did work with us on the Magic City Mural.  This is a painting he did.


The first week of July we are visited towns across Nebraska to collect stories and memories about what makes the state special in general and especially about the way people in the small towns visited South Omaha for trading livestock and all the novelties of visiting a larger city.  In this photo we set up a tent by the mural Rebecca painted in Murdock on their museum.  You can learn more about that here.  At this event we learned that ranchers often loaded their cattle on the train and then rode in the caboose with other ranchers to South O.  We also learned recently when truckers delivered cattle to the South Omaha livestock exchange they were often stopped up back to 84th street (that’s 50 blocks!)  The time in Murdock and the parade really reminded us how special the folks in Nebraska are.  We painted some of the kids faces and talked to a lot of friends from the time we spent there to design and paint their mural.  Great folks.  And we talked about the changes in the scale of farming and the impact that is having on folks. A great experience!

Please call Rebecca Van Ornam with any questions (402)490-1400

Keep up to date with our project and revised schedules at our Nebraska Mural Facebook Page

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