OmniArts nebraska: Bio

OmniArts nebraska is a 501(c) 3 non-profit (pending) company founded by co-directors, Daniel Kubert and Dustin Witte. Its mission is centered on three forms of community interaction, all of equal importance: artistic, economic, and social.


-To enrich and foster creativity in the community and the region through collaboration with young, aspiring, and established artists, artisans, performers, and organizations by creating fully-integrated pieces of art.

OmniArts nebraska seeks to utilize four main artistic disciplines:

-Literature -Visual Art

-Music -Performance

Through the use of these disciplines, working interdependently toward a unified goal, OmniArts nebraska can create work that makes an impact; that more deeply explores and illuminates the issues within, as they relate to art, artists, and humanity universally.

-To foster local and regional artists as they realize and share their unique, authentic vision as it relates to the region, and the world at large.


-To provide viable income to local and regional artists, artisans, and performers, and to promote their professional interests.

-To stimulate and contribute to the local economy through performances, collaborations, and striving to aid in the promotion and retention of local businesses.

-To encourage a sense of pride and generosity in the community and the region, regarding commerce and social acceptance.


-To enlighten, educate, and inspire empathy and open-heartedness in the community and region by creating performances where audiences have a shared, communal, and cathartic experience.

-To encourage artists to re-examine how their art affects the community and to be mindful of the potentially positive social effects.

By working collaboratively with local/regional artists, artisans, performers, and organizations in a way that is rooted in Loving Kindness, Joy, Compassion, and Equanimity, we strive to foster these values in these individuals and entities as they interface professionally in their communities.

-To acknowledge and celebrate the diverse elements that unite to create a miraculous whole.

What can we create together?


Art Categories

Organization Type:
Other, Theatre, Music, Dance,

Special Thanks

In 2009 the Lincoln Arts Council received a generous gift from the estate of Ken Good, a portion of which was used to redevelop our website and establish an endowment. We offer our heart-felt thanks to Kenneth J. Good for his generosity and vision for a beautiful future.

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