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Examining our own Reality

Reality was a unique exhibition at KANEKO that challenged visitors to examine their own reality through art, science and technology. This exhibition featured the hauntingly surrealist photography work of Misha Gordin, virtual and augmented reality experiences, and the comical take on truth – the Museum of Alternative History. As the Marketing and Communications Manager, I developed the branding, design and marketing strategy for the exhibition.

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Media Outreach

Reality brought in many different lectures, performances and musical groups including talks on Artificial Intelligence, technology and medicine. Through media outreach we were able to get the attention of local news outlets including KETV, the Omaha World Herald, The Reader and more.

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Season Preview

The Reality season preview sets the stage for the entire season of programming and events. I wrote, designed and distributed this piece along with many other print pieces to our audience.

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Sharing Stories

Reality was rich in content and held the stories of over 50 artists and collaborators. Through KANEKO’s social media accounts, I worked to tell the stories of those individuals.

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Sharing Stories

KANEKO Staff
Chris Hochstetler, Michael Hollins, Andrew Bauer, Jennifer Patrick, Molly Hobson, Elisabeth Barrett, Stephanie Plummer, Samuel Bertino & Kelsey Scofield.

Contributing Artists
Misha Gordin, UNMC iExcel, Joe Nicholson, The Museum of Alternative History & Hastings College JDAC.

Videography
Pixel Bakery

Photography
Ben Semisch