It’s not one’s material possessions that matter in life. It’s one’s spiritual connection to the Earth. That’s the message photographer Marcella Brendible is trying to convey with her exhibit “Experience Nature in a Different Light.” The photography exhibit is set to be displayed during regular library hours Oct. 27 through Nov. 27 at Summerlin Library, 1771 Inner Circle Drive.
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At next weekend’s PRIDE Festival, the art scene will show its colors with an emotional tribute: The installation “We Are Orlando” will honor those killed during the nightclub shooting in June.
Our arts picks this week include Straight No Chaser at The Smith Center and “Macbeth” at UNLV’s Black Box Theatre.
Art aficionados know that October is likely to inspire galleries full of spooky and weird paintings, but several venues in the Las Vegas Valley are hosting shows full of art that seems spooky on the surface but is actually a celebration of life through the embrace of death.
“Science Fiction, Science Future,” in the preserve’s Origen Museum, is meant to showcase technological innovations that could become real and those likely left to the imagination.
They’re colorful without being pushy, listen without forcing their advice on you and willing to pose endlessly for photos for social media. What more can you ask of someone made up of Lego blocks? Starting Friday, you can meet the “Park People” at The Park on the Las Vegas Strip.
Weekly performances by high school musicians offer the teens experience and their Las Vegas Rescue Mission listeners a welcome break from the cacophony of the streets.
As models emerged walking on stilts and wearing colorful attire adorned with such strange elements as a boat, the solar system and a pair of wings, it was clear this was not your typical fashion show.
“I would just say that when people come to Las Vegas, the word on the street is, you have to come by the Conservatory to the Bellagio, and we live up to that standard every day,” says Jerry Bowlen, executive director of horticulture for MGM Resorts.
We found three doctors who like to stretch their creativity almost as much as study science. Photography, music and art are their choices for sheer pleasure.
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