The March of Folly Lecture

past event

March 5, 2019

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


KANEKO Members

Discussing art, history, literature, and mythology.

With references to art, history, literature, and mythology, symbolism is a large contribution to John Buck’s work. Join our Exhibitions Manager, Molly Hobson, as she discusses the themes found in Buck’s most recent work, The March of Folly.

This is a members only event and registration is required.

About Molly Hobson:
Molly Hobson is a Nebraska native and graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a Bachelor’s in Irish Literature.

Working previously with the Joslyn Castle and Restoration Exchange Omaha, Molly developed a passion for the history of Omaha and nonprofit service. After working 2 years as a KANEKO gallery supervisor she feels very blessed to have had the opportunity to grow with the organization.

As exhibitions manager, she most enjoys serving the creative community of Omaha and connecting visitors with local and internationally renowned artists.

Outside of KANEKO, Molly loves spending time working on commissioned illustrations as well as her own creative projects.

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