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.
Blue jeans are globally beloved and quintessentially American. And no name is more associated with blue jeans than Levi Strauss & Co., the creator of this classic American garment. But despite creating an American icon, Levi Strauss is a mystery.
Each year, Sierra Nevada Ballet welcomes spring with Brew, Brats and Ballet at the Reno Little Theater and the Brewery Arts Center in Carson City. This annual event features short brand new choreographic works by several talented choreographers.
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.
Sirocco Flutes of Las Vegas will perform a concert at Green Valley Presbyterian Church,
Jimena’s stylized portraits of women and girls feature piercing eyes that offer hope, beauty, and mystery.
Artists who are featured in the Celebrating Life Master's exhibit have been involved with entering their work in the juried exhibit for several years and have won at least three or more awards over the years. Artist reception on April 20 from 530-730 p.m.
"THE CORNER GALLERY" A Provocative Fine Arts Gallery in the heart of the Arts District, Las Vegas
We take pride in offering classy, controversial, challenging, quality, ART presentations in our Gallery.
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.
City of the World Art Gallery is excited to present our very own Founder and Executive Director, Roz Knight as our featured artist for April. A celebrated artist, Roz' work is by turn both colorful and whimsical. Her paintings speak volumes about the things she is passionate about in life.
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.
Winchester Headliners Present Charlotte’s Web
UNLV Opera Theatre's Opera Workshop I presents opera scenes celebrating strong women in opera.
The UNLV Symphonic Winds perform, conducted by Anthony LaBounty.
The UNLV Dance Department presents Expressive Views.
Expressive Views will be performed in Dance Studio One. Dance Studio One is located inside the Alta Ham Fine Arts building.
A weekend of more than a dozen architectural history events from bus tours and walking tours to cocktail parties and home tours. All events celebrate the history of Las Vegas and Nevada. Join us for a fun weekend celebrating our history and architecture!
Winner of the 9th Annual New Works Competition
UNLV Percussion and the Moving Light Lab present Grain & Gold, featuring Javier Nandayapa, Nick Mancini, James Bailey, and Bishop Gorman Percussion.
Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, visit the nusery of the Darling children late one night. With a sprinkle of pixie dust, they begin a fantastical journey across the stars to new lands that none of them will ever forget.
UNLV Opera's Hamlet Festival May 1-6 features Shakespearean lectures and recitals, culminating in the world premiere of Bonita Bunt's new English adaptation of Ambroise Thomas's opera Hamlet. All events are free.
UNLV Opera's Hamlet Festival presents a Lecture by Dr. Evelyn Gajowski titled, "Frailty, thy name is woman!"
UNLV's Latin Jazz Ensemble & Contemporary Jazz Ensemble perform.
UNLV's Jazz Faculty members perform alongside Jazz Ensembles I & II.