Boulder City Art Guild Gallery presents Sita Loop ~ Featured Artist
Sita Loop has been creating art all her life. She exhibited and sold work in West Virginia , and opened her own gallery showing her work and some 20 other artists. She also developed art events to benefit children.
CCAI] presents its exhibition, "From the Ground Up," by artist Gil Martin at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery through May 24. For over 20 years Martin has made his own paint from natural earth pigments that he digs up from various sources in the western United States and his latest body of work has unmistakable references to Western landscapes.
CCAI presents its exhibition, "Smaller Works", by artist Gil Martin at the Community Center’s Sierra Room from March 1 – July 6, 2017. This is a companion show to his "From the Ground Up" exhibit in the CCAI Courthouse Gallery.
The Capital City Arts Initiative announces its exhibition, "High School Pic[ks] 2", at the Community Development Building [the Brick], 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City. Over forty artists from Carson, Dayton, Douglas, and Pioneer high schools have work in the exhibit. "High School Pic[ks] 2" includes a wide variety of art media including ceramics, collage, drawing, painting, and photography that show the diversity of the students’ creativity.
In remembrance of the centennial of the United States’ entry into the First World War on April 6, 1917, a new exhibit is opening in the South Gallery, “Remembering the Great War: One Hundred Years Later.” The exhibit features over thirty extraordinary and powerful images taken of the war by the
With a large number of talented and energetic people, David Toll helped bring The Gold Hill NEWS back to life after a 92-year slumber. The NEWS became the official Storey County newspaper from June 1974 until October 1978.
WILD HORSE CHILDREN’S THEATER PRESENTS:
Getting to Know The Sound of Music
Captivating audiences from coast to coast, Tintabulations Handbell Ensemble returns to present their 2017 Spring-Summer concert series, "Cam-pa-no-lo-gy, the art or practice of bell ringing." A non-profit group, Tintabulations shares their innovative, creative, high energy and undeniable love of both music and handbells with their audiences. Featuring soloists on percussion, bass guitar, bassoon, cello, viola and violin, come join them for an enthralling experience - all concerts are free of charge.
Sierra Music Society is pleased to announce that the always popular “P’Opera!” is planning a fun-filled event with its “P’Opera! Burgers & Brew” on June 24th on the beautiful grounds of the Governor’s Mansion located at 606 Mountain Street in Carson City, NV.
The Western Folklife Center is honored to present a new exhibition, Horses in the American West, which uses visual art and poetry to showcase the contributions of the horse to society and spotlights the important relationship between horses and people.
Join us for the opening of an exhibition of four artists that are representing the Paiute Tribes. Las Vegas Paiute, Big Pine Paiute and Shivwits Paiute artist have contributed to the art display and share their culture through their artwork.
Exploratory Surgery is an exhibition by Wendy Chambers that investigates the material connection between painting and the human body. The exhibition is comprised of paintings, each of which emphasizes the qualities of both paint and flesh – their color, viscosity, and texture.
The UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art continues its 50th anniversary celebration with four new exhibitions of sculpture, drawing, photography, found objects, installation, and film —all connected by overarching questions about our place in the physical world.
Friday, May 26
Jessica Fichot: From Paris to Shanghai
Pre-concert conversation at 6:30pm in Reynolds Hall
Donato Cabrera, conductor Liam Boisset, oboe
MOZART Overture to Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K620
STRAUSS, R. Concerto for Oboe and Small Orchestra
BRUCKNER Symphony No. 6
Please join us as we proudly debut CLOWNTOWN: a benefit musical concert for the Nevada Conservatory Theater.
The Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend is four days of incredible fun, learning and performance, and a fundraiser for The Burlesque Hall of Fame, the only museum of its kind to feature the history and artists of the distinctly modern art form of burlesque.
Swords! Shakespeare! Slapstick! From the works of Shakespeare to contemporary Drama, stage combat is a skill utilized through out every genre in dramatic literature.
Friday, June 9
Julian Tanaka’s Other Quartet
A Cultural history film series celebrating 100 years of our film culture’s worship of a timeless icon by revisiting a few of Chaplin’s classic silent films made in 1917.
Imagine strolling along, eyes closed, breathing in the night air and hearing the soft sounds of a steel drum. The Caribbean bop then becomes a drum beat with a West African flair. The cadence gently becomes a syncopated conga with an Afro-Cuban swing.
Thursday, June 22
Jeff McBride: The Many Faces of Magic
Have you wondered whether you should be doing something to protect your artwork from being copied? Or whether buyers of your paintings are allowed to make prints of them and sell them?
Students from area schools participate in this highly popular annual event. Reception May 25 4 to 6 pm
Carson Valley Arts Council (CVAC) proudly presents photographer Nancy Florence who will be displaying her photography at the Copeland Gallery in Minden from May 9 through July 1. The exhibit can be viewed Monday through Saturday 10am to 5pm.