Arts Nomades is a partnership between Cirque du Soleil and the Public Education Foundation that brings Cirque performers into classrooms to give a creative spin to academics.
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If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a 100-foot-high mural must be worth at least 10,000. What about 15 of those murals, some spanning the side of an entire building?
The Life Is Beautiful festival crews are working around the clock to get downtown Las Vegas set up for this weekend. We toured the festival grounds to see how the artwork was coming along.
The first Las Vegas International Juried Art Competition drew 207 artists entering more than 350 individual pieces of art.
Like the pop songs that power its narrative, “Beautiful — the Carole King Musical” follows a formula. But it’s a formula with both a beat — and a heartbeat. And that turns out to be a combination you can’t beat. (Or resist.)
As the fourth annual Life is Beautiful approaches, here’s a look back at some of our favorite moments, performances and art pieces from the past three years.
It’s a million-dollar question that’s long bedeviled Las Vegas fine art lovers: Can a city known more for spectacle than cultural substance ever have a major museum of its own?
On a table top mesa 70 miles from Las Vegas, a world famous piece of art sits unmarked and unprotected, right where its creator left it almost a half century ago.
Our arts picks this week include Paul Anka at The Smith Center and the new “Science Fiction, Science Future” exhibit at the Springs Preserve.
Canadian novelist W.P. Kinsella, who blended magical realism and baseball in the book that became the smash hit film “Field of Dreams,” has died. He was 81.