History, 2015. Installed at Art Seen exhibition, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. Weft
faced ikat tapestry, diptych, 59" W x 156" L, wrapped, dyed & woven wool and silk/bamboo on linen warp,
UNMC Acquires Zicafoose Tapestry
The UNMC Center for Drug Discovery and the Lozier Center for Pharmacy Sciences and Education recently added
a Mary Zicafoose ikat, Mountain for the Buddha: Envy II, to their permanent collection. The new
building dedication was held on August 23, 2016.
Penland Students Study With Mary
The spring textile intensive, Artist and Weaver has come to a successful conclusion. Over a period of eight
weeks, twelve outstandingly talented students worked closely with Mary to develop their studio practice.
Mary Thrilled to Receive Accolade in the Arts
On January 17, 2016 Mary was honored to be named the 2016 Best Visual Artist by the Omaha Arts and
Holland Performing Arts Center Acquires Mary
Zicafoose's Tapestries for Zinc Cafè
The new cafè at the Holland Performing Arts Center in Omaha was dedicated in May. Omaha Performing Arts
selected four tapestries from the Mountain for the Buddha Series.
Mary receives the WCA Tribute to Women Award
The WCA's signature event, Tribute to Women celebrates extraordinary women in our community,
recognizing their service and dedication to making Omaha a better place for all those that live here. Mary
was honored to be a 2015 recipient of this award from the WCA.
Nebraska Cultural Endowment Blog Features Mary's Perspective on Her Career
Mary Zicafoose Studio Welcomes the Return of Anna Dewy Greer
Previously, Anna worked with Mary as a studio assistant from 2009 until 2011. Anna has returned from Los
Angeles and will again be assisting Mary in her studio.
An Interview With Mary Zicafoose
mary continues to serve as chairwoman for the UNION for contemporary art board
Mary volunteers her experience for the board of directors for the UNION
for Contemporary Art in Omaha, Nebraska. The Union's mission is to strengthen the creative culture
of Greater Omaha. In addition to serving local non-profits, Mary also serves nationally and internationally
as the co-director of the American Tapestry
Alliance, and is an immediate past board member of GoodWeave USA.