With video installations, outdoor art marquee, wall murals and other new media elements turn The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas into what, depending on your perspective, could be a resort with art or an art gallery with a casino.
Arts-smart and status for gratis. Becoming the first and gaining the second is the apparent windfall for Las Vegas, with local schoolchildren reaping the riches. That’s the goal, at least, of a new project involving the Clark County School District, the Smith Center for the Performing Arts and what is widely considered America’s cultural headquarters, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., in an essentially cost-free collaboration.
Where’s your elf respect, dude?
Stresses of a 21st century Christmas season getting you down? How about taking a break from crushing modernity by reveling for a few hours in the pleasures of an old-time holiday celebration?