Community Partners

Omaha Mobile Stage is a project of Partners for Livable Omaha. Founded in 2020, Partners for Livable Omaha is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the educational and charitable support of the live performing arts (Tax ID 85-4187964).

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The multi-year project is led by a multidisciplinary collaborative of Omaha and Lincoln-based leaders in the fields of design, performing arts, architecture, education, placemaking and public space management. OMS is a nonprofit venue that leverages the expertise of its collaborating community partners to design, build and operate the venue in public space.

If your organization is interested in joining our growing list of community partners, contact

Jeffrey L. Day, FAIA, Founding Principal, Actual Architecture, and Killinger Professor of Architecture & Landscape Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Amplify Arts promotes unity, innovation, and progress in the arts to build strong and vibrant communities,

College of Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has programs in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and community and regional planning that have a proud tradition of excellence in education, research, and service to the State of Nebraska and the nation,

Culxr House, a creative safe space to grow talent and entrepreneurship,

Fabrication And Construction Team, a student design/build program at the University of Nebraska working in partnership with Actual Architecture Co.,

Future Forward

Gifford Park Neighborhood Association, committed to preserving and protecting its neighborhood, and aimed at helping to make the Gifford Park neighborhood a great place to live, work, learn and play,

Great Plains Theatre Commons, a nonprofit to strengthen community by supporting the creation and sharing of diverse new stories,

Brendan Greene-Walsh, Technical Director in Theatre, Nebraska Wesleyan University,

Healing Roots African Diaspora Garden is a Black led community garden cultivated to honor plants and gardening practices of the African Diaspora. 

Holy Family Community Center, a special work of the Society of St Vincent de Paul Omaha offering homeless service and growing community,

Joslyn Castle, a nonprofit that preserves the legacy of George and Sarah Joslyn through stewardship of their historic home and by offering diverse, cultural programming that informs and inspires the community,

Maha is focused on bringing people together. We curate and produce cultural experiences with the goal of positively impacting our home city, Omaha. Our main event is Maha Festival, a volunteer-powered celebration of music and discovery that takes place every summer,

Millwork Commons is a collaborative community designed to inspire and support the work of innovators and creators by providing engaging spaces to work, live, connect, explore, and unwind.

Nebraska Innovation Studio, one of the nation’s top makerspaces, a 16,000-square-foot facility with a full metal shop, wood shop, rapid prototyping room, art studio, and ceramics and textiles equipment,

Nebraska Writers Collective, a nonprofit that provides mentorship for writers at all stages of their journey,

Omaha Conservatory of Music, a nonprofit school that builds a diverse musical community,

Omaha Girls Rock’s mission is to empower youth to find their unique voice through music education, performance and creativity,

Omaha Public Schools Foundation, a nonprofit that enriches students’ lives by funding learning experiences that inspire hope, open doors and help students to achieve their dreams,

PJ Morgan Event Management,

Project Project is an independent, DIY contemporary arts space in South Omaha, Nebraska,

Skatefest’s mission is to push Omaha’s skateboarding culture forward through events, programming, and skatepark building,

Spark’s mission is to profoundly transform disinvested neighborhoods into prosperous and thriving communities,

The RiverFront, three parks located in Downtown Omaha and along the banks of the Missouri River: Gene Leahy Mall, Heartland of America Park, and Lewis & Clark Landing will provide highly activated public spaces for the Omaha community to connect in an inclusive, welcoming, and safe environment,

tbd. dance collective, a nonprofit that provides unique dance experiences through performance and education that encourage dialogue and expand perceptions of movement  as an art form,