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A Message Of Celebration From Bob Culver

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All For The Match Celebration, January 10, 2017, Lincoln, NE

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NEBRASKA CULTURAL ENDOWMENT WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBER

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Katie Weitz, PhD The Nebraska Cultural Endowment welcomes Katie Weitz, PhD, to its Board of Directors. Katie is currently the executive director of the Weitz Family Foundation in Omaha. She brings to the board extensive non-profit leadership and fundraising experience, as well as a strong background in the arts and education.

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Nebraska Cultural Endowment Call To Action

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A year end message from Marian Fey, Executive Director of the Nebraska Cultural Endowment Through the generosity of donors like you and our unique partnership with the state, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment is poised reach $10,000,000 at both the public and private funds by the end of the year. The earnings from this permanently endowed […]

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Understanding and Community Building Is My Livelihood

Culture, Humanities, Uncategorized

A timely blog written by Humanities Nebraska Foundation Board Member and Nebraska Cultural Endowment supporter Ellen Lierk of Alliance, NE on why being a part of HN is important to her .

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REFLECTIONS ON THE PASSING OF THE ULTIMATE PATRON OF THE ARTS

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Contemplations  from former Executive Director, Pamela Hilton Snow and NCE Board Member Emeritus, Terry Ferguson on Omaha philanthropist, Richard Holland.

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Omaha Gives! 2016

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Omaha Gives! is an annual 24-hour charitable challenge to benefit metro-area nonprofits. This community give-together begins at midnight on May 25 with a minimum gift of only $10.

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Theatre is my livelihood

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  Pippa’s Story: Theatre is my livelihood                                                       My “Know I Should”                                                                                                        My “Always Would.”                                              

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Performing Is My Livelihood

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Camille’s story The stories often told to me as I was growing up always had to do with my insistence to sing…without knowing a song.  Perhaps it was from my musical mother who always hummed or sang songs as she did her household duties and certainly not from my tone-deaf father but singing was in […]

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Arts Facilitation is My Livelihood

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Lisa’s Story: My parents were teachers, and our home was always filled with music. My mom has a master’s degree in music, my father’s bands always practiced in our house, my brother is a musician, my aunt and uncle were musicians, and my cousin played with Yo-Yo Ma.

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