Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Open Studios

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Hoy Tengo Ganas de Mi is a dystopic short play that explores how a highly intelligent machine capable of predicting human behaviors and situational outcomes with near-perfect accuracy influences an American traveler's experience of Mexico and Mexican culture. Written by Scotty Wagner, a workshop presentation of the piece will take place in collaboration with other Artists-in-Residence Marcos Castro, Alicia Reyes McNamara, and Joseph Wilcox.

Omaha artist Dan Crane will guide participants in creating a screen print using ink on paper.

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

724 S. 12th Street, Omaha, NE

Free and open to the public + free parking available.

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11 AM – Galleries Open
12–1 PM – ARTalks with Artists-in-Residence and Curator-in-Residence
1:15 PM – Hoy Tengo Ganas de Mi performance
1–4 PM – All-ages Art Activity with Dan Crane
1:30–4 PM – Open Studios

Tania Balan-Gaubert (Brooklyn, NY)
Scott A. Carter (Memphis, TN)
Marcos Castro (Mexico City, Mexico)
Guy Goldstein (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Bailey Hikawa and Scotty Wagner (Los Angeles, CA)
Luam Melake (New York, NY)
Alicia Reyes McNamara (Chicago, IL / London, England)
Jeanie Riddle (Montréal, Canada)
Joseph Wilcox (Chicago, IL)
Alisa Yang (Los Angeles, CA)

Sylvie Fortin (Montréal, Canada / New York, NY)