California-based artist, Christina Angelina, paints the town red… and blue, and yellow, and any spray paint color available.
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From barbecue to jazz, everything’s smokin’ hot during Saturday’s inaugural Smokin’ Notes festival at Providence’s Knickerbocker Park in northwest Las Vegas.
When the Contemporary Arts Center announced its 25th Annual Juried Show, the nonprofit group also announced something else: its demise. But, to paraphrase something Mark Twain once wrote, reports of CAC’s demise have been exaggerated.
Expect an abundance of killer hot rods and hairdos nearly as big as said rides with the return of the Viva Las Vegas rockabilly weekender, one of the biggest events of its kind in the world.
Painting full-time in her own studio, Nikki Danby donates portions of her commissions to charities, including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and World Wildlife Foundation.
Never underestimate the potential of a good workplace conversation. Gaile Ferguson, Brenda Dumas and Carolyn Hurst are artists who work in the media of, respectively, photography, fused glass art and quilts. But, like many artists, they pay the bills by working 9-to-5 jobs, in education.
From pop to punk to Pink Martini and “Rock Star: Supernova,” singer Storm Large has followed a circuitous path to make her Las Vegas debut Friday at Cabaret Jazz.
The Contemporary Arts Center is going into dormancy, reversing a decision made last month to shut down one of Southern Nevada’s oldest arts groups. On Tuesday, the center’s board of directors rescinded its previous decision to dissolve.
Nevada Ballet Theatre received a $10,000 grant Wednesday from the National Endowment for the Arts, part of more than $750,000 in grants awarded to Nevada arts organizations. The Nevada Arts Council was awarded $663,500 for the third year of its partnership grants program, which supports the council’s programs, outreach activities and various grant categories.
This touring version demonstrates why “Porgy and Bess” remains an imperishable treasure — with its emotional power and some changes to make the opera more accessible to contemporary audiences.