“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.
Face masks will be required for staff and guests, and sanitizer made at the museum’s speakeasy will be given away while supplies last.
For people starved for face-to-face interaction, art has become a welcome and accessible means for finding comfort, control and communication.
The museum will limit the number of visitors, do temperature screenings and have staff wear masks and gloves.
The virtual event May 1 aims to keep the First Friday community connected while practicing social distancing.
The music, arts and culinary festival, originally scheduled to take place over multiple stages Sept. 18-20, instead will make a full return next year.
While Clark County school closures due to COVID-19 meant the end to live school performances, students from at three Las Vegas schools are determined the show will go on.
The Review-Journal staff has compiled many activities and options to assist you during this time.
Izaac Zevalking, who works under the name Recycled Propaganda, has donated his talents to designing nine murals for local shops; the one he did on his own shop was stolen.
Vegas artist Dustin Hoots says of the new Fremont East mural, “The whole thing took 15, 20 hours of paint time to finish.”