Diversability

WhyArts believes that each individual, no matter their circumstance, has unlimited creative potential. We also believe the arts are an incredibly powerful means of communication for the nonstandard learner. That’s why we meet each individual at his or her own level and work from there. WhyArts teaching artists provide a diverse array of meaningful arts opportunities for students and clients at:

  • Ambassador Skilled Nursing
  • Boys Town Hearing Pre-School
  • Gotta Be Me
  • JP Lord School
  • Omaha Public Schools Alternative Curriculum Program (ACP) classes
  • Omaha Public Schools Transition Program
  • MOSAIC
  • Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • QLI
  • VODEC

Take a look below:


Kids on the Block: On the Road in Pipal Park

WhyArts teaching artists Stephanie Anderson and Nils Haaland took the Kids on the Block (KOB) puppets on the road to … Read More

MMI, WhyArts to Present Advocacy Training Sessions for Area Transition Students

The University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe- Meyer Institute, in partnership with WhyArts, will present a series of free, arts-based … Read More

Creating Garden Art with Richard Chung

WhyArts teaching artist Richard Chung helped children enrolled in Boys Town National Research Hospital’s Preschool Program create bird bath sculptures … Read More

Opening Reception for Journey with WhyArts Spring Exhibition April 19

WhyArts will showcase the artistic talents of its teaching faculty and community partners with a spring exhibition at Gallery 1516. … Read More

Machines Revisited Returns to Select Metro ACP Classes

Some things are just too good to retire after one use. This spring, WhyArts will bring its second year of … Read More

Art Exhibit to Accompany Omaha Community Playhouse Production

When The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time opens in January at the Omaha Community Playhouse, audiences will … Read More