Native Nevadan Denise R. Duarte is an award-winning public artist, a socially-engaged artist, and a community development consultant. Denise received her Master of Fine Arts in Community Arts from Maryland Institute College of Art.
Carolyn Dufurrena is a rancher, writer, film-maker and award-winning journalist. She regularly shares her poems and stories at Elko’s National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and has appeared at festivals in Oregon and California.
A Performance Artist & Storyteller, Jim Eaglesmith believes that the underlying truth within all Mythic cultures is contained in their music, dance & storytelling and that a return to these traditional values will help create a new paradigm of Cultural Creatives in the children of our tim
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Julianna Erdesz is a former Miss Nevada and Miss Nevada USA. Dedicated throughout her two years of service to teaching the arts to at-risk youth, it is her belief that an education and childhood is only complete if the arts are involved.
Pete is a World Rhythms Percussionist!
A native of Chile, Rodolfo Fernandez graduated from the University of Santiago with a Master's in Music Performance. Winner of the 1960 National Student Competition in Music Performance, he was awarded a position with Orquesta Filarmonica de Chile.
Mosaic artist Lisa Fields Clark presents workshops designed to empower participants by focusing on art-making that supports individuals in their artistic choices; finding uncomplicated, age- and ability- appropriate paths to draw out creativity; and guiding them to certain success.
As a child growing in up in Southern California, Sheri Fisher had the happy luck to go to Disneyland fairly often. She was immediately entranced with the glass blower, and could watch for as long as she could convince everyone else to watch with her.
Yoko Fitzpatrick is dedicated to passing on traditional Japanese arts that she learned from her family and perfected through years of practice. She taught hundreds of students to play the koto in Japan before moving to Las Vegas in 2000.
Carol Foldvary-Anderson is a renowned award-winning mixed media artist, designer, published illustrator/author, and arts educator. She began her fine arts career in 1985 with her large ColorPlay series of Abstract Expressionist Acrylic Paintings.
The beauty and richness of rural Nevada is the inspiration for Patty Fox's watercolor paintings. Depicting nature, animals and history are for her a natural response to the environment she lives in. She says, "I would like my work to be a diary of my life."
Angie Fraley’s website Om2art blends her art, life experiences and passions with hope through observations that her yoga practice and life continue to provide.
As a cutting-edge fashion designer featured in leading magazines and newspapers such as: Vogue, Bazaar, W, Sports Illustrated, Cosmopolitan, New York Times Magazine, Miami Herald, and the LA Times to mention a few, segueing into photography was a natural progression for Marcia Friedman's cre
Eileen Fuller is principally a watercolor artist but also enjoys painting in pastels and acrylics. She understand the necessity of drawing skills as a foundation for all visual art endeavors.
Andrew Fusco was raised in an Irish family near Albany, New York, where he attended Irish festivals, heard the local pipe bands play in parades each year, and began learning the pipes from members of the Albany Police Pipe Band.
Novelist and personal essayist Josh Galarza holds primary and lower-elementary teaching credentials from the North American Montessori Center, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and has written four curriculum manuals on cultural subjects used in Montessori schools throughout the world.
Marla Gartrell was born in Denver, Colorado. The daughter of an oil painter, she found art at a early age and never looked back. She explored fiber, ceramics, painting and ultimately focused on fused glass and oil painting.
Cindie Geddes has lived in Nevada since she was old enough to catch lizards. Through a long circuitous route, that same interest in desert wildlife took her to the University of Nevada, Reno, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources and minors in English and Biology.
Carol Gilman creates art steeped in nature, using birds and trees to communicate her thoughts and emotions. The changing seasons and events in the natural world mirror her inner landscape.
Atito Gohi, is a Master African Dancer, Choreographer, Instructor, Producer, Musician, and African Drummer and Founder of Vozolo Dance Company www.vozolo.weebly.com. He is originally from Ivory Coast, West Africa and currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Educated at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Todd Green has over 20 years of performing and lecturing experience. His educational programs have been presented to over 300,000 K-12 students and on over 100 college campuses across the USA.
Shaun Griffin is the co-founder and director of Community Chest, a non-profit agency serving children and families in northwestern Nevada since 1991, and the former founding director of the state's homeless education office.
Carol Guidi paints official portraits, corporate portraits, and executive portraits in oils for corporations and organizations.