The Featured Artist Exhibit highlights works by Shirley Jeane -shape oriented, stylized paintings as well as some more realistic paintings.
Bright colors and bold shapes describe the works of Georgia Lawson. She enjoys working in Oils, Watercolors, and occasionally does pen and ink drawings. Her subject matter varies from landscapes to still-life and abstracts. But Ms.
Boulder City Winter ArtFest is a smaller, more direct gathering of local artists. This art festival is held indoors, in the Parks & Recreational Center, with about 35-40 artists exhibiting their works, much of which is specific to the holiday season.
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
CCAI presents Dylan Silver's clear underwater photographs that give the viewer an unusual view of Lake Tahoe. As soon as Silver acquired his underwater camera, he shot for more than 60 days over the next two years and gathered more than 100,000 images. A reception for the artist is Tuesday, August 15, 5-7pm; the public is invited. The show is in CCAI's Sierra Room Gallery through November 9.
CCAI announces its student exhibition, "ART from UNR", at the Community Development Building [the Brick], 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City. Thirty-six students collaborated to create the two sculptures. The Brick is open to the public daily, 8am – noon, 1-4pm. The free exhibition will remain in the building’s lobby exhibition space from July 11 through October 19.
CCAI presents its exhibition, Wish You Were Here, by Las Vegas artist Susanne Forestieri at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery. CCAI will host a reception for the artist on Friday, October 6, 5-7pm. The exhibit will be in the gallery from October 6, 2017 – January 18, 2018. Forestieri focuses her work on the figure and abstract images. She applies her expressive, impressionistic style to diverse subjects including showgirls, dancers, family portraits, New York City street scenes, and landscapes.
CCAI's Nevada Neighbors series presents, "Vegas Culture on the Rise", an overview of Las Vegas vibrant art scene by curator Michele Quinn. She will discuss the progress Las Vegas has made in public art over the past 10 years and current developments, both public and private.
Carla Trynchuk, distinguished violin soloist, Professor of Music, and director of the string program at Andrews University in Michigan, will work with STRAZZ, 13 advanced strings students from Carson City Symphony’s “Symphony Youth Strings” program.
Two of Reno’s greatest and most unique comedians are coming together for a two-man comedy extravaganza that includes sketch, stand-up, and musical numbers rolled into one amazing show!
Carson City’s spooky and intriguing history is explored and theatrically relived in our
25th annual all day Carson City Ghost Walk. Guided Tours depart from the corner of
Third and Curry Streets starting at 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM. The Carson City Ghost Walk is
The concert features violinist Carla Trynchuk playingthe Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Jean Sibelius. The program also includes Aethelinda by Jeffrey S. Bishop, Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 by Edvard Grieg, and Hungarian Dances Nos. 5 and 6 by Johannes Brahms.
Carson Chamber Singers, conducted by Michael Langham, presents Mostly Mozart, featuring Gloria from the Twelfth Mass, Laudate Dominium, Regina Coeli, Missa Brevis (Organ Mass), and Ave Verum Corpus, all by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Frances Humphrey Lecture Series: Stephen T. Mather's Best Idea: Creating America's National Park Service by Historic Character Reenactor Steve Hale.
Travel back in time to 1928 to meet the National Park Service’s first director “himself.” You’ll more than likely hear his first person historic account of how Lake Tahoe provided the pivotal role in making ”Ranger Programs,” a century old American tradition.
Join us for Capital Collage 2017!
A fun-filled evening of food, drink, and live entertainment celebrating this year’s Nevada Day Parade theme of Arts & Entertainment.
This is a one-night only curated celebration of Nevada Arts & Culture you will not want to miss!
Enjoy November Jazz, an evening of big-band music with vocalist Jakki Ford, in an informal, coffee-house setting. Hear tunes in the Basie-Ellington tradition and more contemporary arrangements.
Established in 1890, the Stewart Indian School was one of the first 25 of hundreds of Indian Boarding Schools instituted across the nation to assimilate American Indian children into mainstream culture.
Wild Horse Children’s Theater presents Honk! Jr., the award-winning musical that transformed Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale of the Ugly Duckling into a modern musical comedy that will delight the entire family!
Dennis Parks: Land, Language and Clay, featuring the work of internationally-known ceramist Dennis Parks and son Ben Parks, both based in Tuscarora, Nevada. The exhibition is organized by the Nevada Museum of Art.
Way Out West: Images of the American Ranch, Photographs from the Farm Security Administration 1936-1943
Way Out West: Images of the American Ranch, Photographs From the Farm Security Administration, 1936-1943, a rich and personal record of ranch life of the period.
Don't miss Matt Downs and Muddy Boots & The Porch Pounders as they return to the Western Folklife Center G Three Bar Theater stage. It's a pre-Halloween roots and blues extravaganza howcasing instruments built at the Build Your Own Cigar-box Guitar workshop earlier in the day,
Nevada State College’s Office of Arts & Culture is pleased to announce the NTI-Traveling Exhibition, Basin and Range, curated by Checko Salgado and Jerry Schefcik, telling the story of a geographical province that covers more than 700,000 acres, now identified as the Basin and Range National
This will be our traditional Christmas Concert. We will be featuring Holiday favorites with plenty of opportunities for audience participation. This is always a fun event for all age groups.
JULY at The Corner Gallery:
"AHIMSA" The Buddhist doctrine of refraining from harming any living thing.
Shed Skakeskin Art from Bethany Thomas and many art pieces from Sig Henriquez.
PLUS works by many other local artists.
An exhibit, "Coloring Life," by Blanca Roa. At Whitney Library Gallery.