The five finalists now enter the conceptual design competition phase and will attend a presentation/interview with the jury in Omaha Jan. 20-21.
The class is designed to engage the students in real-world projects with governmental and community-based entities.
Since the closing of the Neighborhood Center’s Omaha office in February, the United Neighborhood Alliances of Omaha have been meeting to discuss how to best address the needs of Omaha’s neighborhood associations and those areas of the community not currently served by an association.
Farnam Street, which bisects Midtown Crossing, is a great place to window shop and enjoy the seasons.
The Benson-Ames Alliance sponsored the creation of the work as part of the city’s Bike Blast Art Project.
In this issue…Omaha by Design will move to the Community Engagement Center at UNO this spring, Environment Omaha Task Forces to meet Dec. 5 and more.