Artists’ Cooperative Gallery
405 S. 11th St.; 402-342-9617; artistscoopomaha.com
Nonprofit gallery in the Old Market managed by member artists. Features regional art in all mediums and genres. Occasionally hosts traveling exhibitions.
Bellevue University Dr. Joyce Norene Wilson Art Gallery
1000 Galvin Road South, Bellevue; 402-557-7130
Displays student and faculty work and hosts touring exhibitions. Free admission. Hitchcock Humanities Center on campus.
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
724 S. 12th St.; 402-341-7130; bemiscenter.org
International Artist in Residency Program, exhibitions and public programs. Artists have the opportunity to develop new ideas, expand their practice and engage the greater Omaha community.
Cathedral Cultural Center
3900 Webster St.; 402-551-4888; cathedralartsproject.org
St. Cecilia Cathedral art gallery run by Cathedral Arts Project; temporary exhibitions in Sunderland Gallery; gift shop; lecture hall. Permanent exhibit of cathedral’s construction history; photographic archive of cathedral architect Thomas Rogers Kimball; historic Omaha photos. Call for hours, group tours.
College of St. Mary Hillmer Art Gallery
7000 Mercy Road; 402-399-2400; csm.edu/hillmer-art-gallery-0
Hosts exhibitions of national and local works, including those of students. Gallery features paintings, drawings, sculpture and ceramic works, folk art, photography and more. Walsh Administration Building.
Creighton University Lied Art Gallery
2500 California St.; 402-280-2509; creighton.edu, search “Lied Art Gallery”
Features student and faculty work and touring exhibitions.
Florence Mill: Museum, ArtLoft & Market
9102 N. 30th St.; 402-551-1233; facebook.com/theflorencemill
Restored mill houses a historical museum and art gallery. Exhibits and events connect agriculture, history and art. Sunday Farmers Market starts in June and runs through September. Free pony rides on last Sunday.
Fred Simon Gallery
1004 Farnam St., lower level; 402-595-2122; artscouncil.nebraska.gov
Located in the Nebraska Arts Council offices. Showcases Nebraska artists throughout the year.
1516 Leavenworth St.; 402-305-1510; gallery1516.org
Nonprofit education and exhibition facility dedicated to Nebraska-born and regional artists. Works with museums and educational, professional and performing arts organizations to provide a space for traveling exhibitions, educational lectures, live performances and more.
Jewish Community Center Art Gallery
333 S. 132nd St.; 402-334-6564; jccomaha.org
Art by local and regional artists. New exhibitions once a month, artist receptions and workshops.
1111 Jones St.; 402-341-3800; thekaneko.org
Public, nonprofit cultural organization. Explores and encourages the process of creativity and how it impacts lives. Features exhibitions, performances and lectures for the community. Tours by appointment or registration only. Free.
The Kent Bellows Studio Gallery
3303 Leavenworth St.; 402-661-3891; joslyn.org
Gallery displaying work from the Joslyn Art Museum’s Kent Bellows Mentoring Program, which encourages teens to explore, observe, think and create in the arts. Professional artists serve as mentors.
100 Bancroft St.; 402-346-4002; lauritzengardens.org
Botanical center’s art gallery hosts special showings of original works that relate in some way to the garden’s idyllic surroundings.
Love’s Jazz & Arts Center
2510 N. 24th St.; 402-502-5291; ljac.org
The only facility in the region to offer comprehensive African-American art exhibitions, performance-based art, arts education, cultural and historical preservation, and archives of the contributions of African-Americans.
Michael Phipps Gallery
215 S. 15th St.; 402-444-4800; omahalibrary.org
Works by local artists featured in rotating shows on the main floor of the W. Dale Clark Library.
1818 Vinton St.; 402-680-6737; projectprojectomaha.com
Work of emerging, risk-taking artists in Omaha. Located in a tiny, converted butcher shop. Hosts new visual art exhibitions on the second Friday of every month as well as public lectures and performances.
Roberta & Bob Rogers Gallery
1806 Vinton St.; 402-496-4797, rbrg.org
Formerly Gallery 72, this non-profit gallery offers a wide range of contemporary fine art prints and fine crafts from established and emerging artists. Works to encourage and support the growth and understanding of fine art prints as a vital contemporary art form. Special projects include a print collectors club, the Omaha Print Fair, a print workshop and public education.
Union for Contemporary Art Wanda D. Ewing Gallery
2423 N. 24th St.; 402-933-3161; u-ca.org/exhibition
The Union brings artists and the community together to inspire positive social change. It provides professional development for artists, a fellowship program and exhibitions of contemporary art.
6001 Dodge St.; 402-554-2796
Student and faculty work, plus traveling exhibitions. First floor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Weber Fine Arts Building.