Nevada Humanities presents the exhibition Cartooning the Presidency: A Cartoon Retrospective by Mike Smith from August 3 through September 27, 2017, at the Nevada Humanities Program Gallery, at 1017 S. First Street, #190, in Las Vegas.
An exhibit, "Coloring Life," by Blanca Roa. At Whitney Library Gallery.
Roa paints memories of her childhood reimagined in joyful light and color.
Cheng Yajie's drawings and paintings reflect the early influence of Social Realism from his studies in China during the 1980s, and the dreamlike qualities and symbolism of Fantastic Realism learned while in graduate school in Austria.
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Strikingly chromatic and scintillating paintings depicting luxury fashion displays as an investigation into consumer culture.
Sin City Opera & Cockroach Theatre Company in their first joint production bring two operatic premiers to Nevada audiences, Kurt Weill’s opera & ballet, The Seven Deadly Sins paired with Schoenberg’s Erwartung (Expectation), September 2nd – 10th at Art Square Theatre.
Saturday, September 2 Velada Cultural Peruana
The Peruvian Cultural Association of Las Vegas celebrates St. Rose of Lima holiday with traditional dances filled with color from the province of Jauja.
7:00 p.m. $11 in advance, $13 day of show
Paula Tabachnik was born in Concordia, a small-town northeast of Argentina where she began her career in the Theatre. Later, she moved to Buenos Aires where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Argentina National University of Arts.
A collaborative quilt exhibit by members of the Art Quilts, Etc. Circle within Desert Quilters of Nevada.
Hailed by the Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” Kaki King is a true iconoclast. The Neck is a Bridge to the Body is a provocative, beautiful, and autobiographical piece combining her instrumental music with projected art - live onto her guitar.
Saturday, September 9 Mind Control/Las Vegas Celebrity City Chorus
Recognized by critics, audiences, and professional musicians alike for its uniquely polished and passionate performances, The Dorian Wind Quintet is known worldwide as one of chamber music’s preeminent and longest continuously-active ensembles.
Friday-Saturday, September 15-16 Ballet Folklorico de Martha Luévanos
Anthony Bondi's collages, photos, and interactive sculptures encapsulate the wild essence of Nevada, from Burning Man to Las Vegas.
A varied collection of art mediums, showcasing the skills and talents of artists from Opportunity Village. The collection gives insight into the unique and colorful lives of each artist, showing a glimpse of life from their perspectives.
Wood-turned creations by Las Vegas Woodturners Association members.
An exhibition of whimsical works by members of the Las Vegas Polymer Clay Guild.
The popular children's story adapted for the stage follows a young boy who discovers a poetry-loving dragon living in the Downs above his home. The two become friends, but soon the dragon is discovered by the townsfolk of Guildermere, who send for St George to save them from the dragon.
The Las Vegas Camerata Orchestra presents Young Violinists
Acclaimed master songwriter and musician, Ryan Shupe, and his RubberBand combine witty lyrics, fun stage antics, sing-alongs, and ballads in a fresh, crossover style that will take you on an entertainment rollercoaster you’ll never forget.
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of UNLV with the release of their 2017 CD, "Rail Trails/Latin Journey III" and fresh from their performance at the 2017 Monterey Jazz Festival, as winners of the Monterey Next Generation Jazz Festival.
The UNLV College of Fine Arts welcomes internationally known art critic Dave Hickey back to campus.
Ceramic sculptures with vivid colors, textures, and shapes inspired by Hawaii.
Kinetic artist Sarah Petkus and engineer Mark Koch present their interactive hive of miniature delta robots, which react to participants' physical gestures.