Create a drawing of your favorite Nevada bug, flower, bird, cloud, pond creature, or any one of the many wonders you can see at the Wetlands Park. Then turn it into a button so you can wear your art on your sleeve. While supplies last. Supplies provided by Nevada Humanities and B.E.S.T.
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?
A native of Las Vegas, Ken Kline uses trompe l'oeil (French for "deceives the eye") techniques to create realistic still-life paintings of personal and family objects.
An interactive exhibit inviting viewers to help identify figures in vintage photos of Las Vegas.
Casper's impressionist-style paintings depict moments inspired by photos of vacation scenes and children at play: images often found in family albums.
Strange Little Things is an exhibition of dream-like mixed media work exploring parts of the subconscious that are difficult to see and accept.
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.
Strikingly chromatic and scintillating paintings depicting luxury fashion displays as an investigation into consumer culture.
Landscapes and portraits inspired by Southern Nevada.
Local Mesquite artists exhibit their work based on the theme, "A View From Here."
In addition to the gallery’s June exhibit of “A View from Here” and July exhibit of “Nevada,” Mesquite Fine Arts Center presents “Geographical Divides: Finding Common Ground,” an exhibit that is part of the Nevada Touring Initiative—Traveling Exhibition Program.
This exhibit features photos of the Cuban capital and its people from before the restoration of diplomatic relations with the US and the death of Fidel Castro.
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.
The College of Southern Nevada Fine Arts Gallery will present its annual Juried Student Exhibition beginning Friday, May 12, 2017 and will run through Saturday, June 24, 2017.
A gathering of seven artist friends to exhibit together and think about how vulnerable and fragile we really are. This show will have 70 pieces for your viewing pleasure.
Ukulele is easy and fun! Sing and strum with us to classics from Don Ho to the Beatles. Family friendly, engaging and helps make you a better player! Creating community while preserving grassroots music, that's Mountain Music Parlor. Join us!
The Gallery @South Valleys Library will feature botanical prints by Christine Cheney, Sue Gorman, and others.
DJD Foundation for Freedom of Expression Presents a Dual Show
At the Reid House Gallery and Studio
June 6-29 2017
Reception June 11th, 12-5pm
Seven female artists from California will come together for the first time to exhibit a vibrant new exhibition of contemporary fiber, fabric, and mixed media artwork at the Wilbur D. May Museum.
See, hear and touch Reno’s history at “Reno’s First Address” during FREE guided tours Wednesdays & Fridays through the month of July at Noon & 1pm. No registration required. Park in the Lake Mansion lot off Arlington Ave.
An ARTOWN Event! Arts for All Nevada celebrates the creative ability in disability.
Watercolor Realism: Lisa Jefferson
Next to Normal takes the Brüka Theatre stage for Artown 2017. A darkly funny award winning musical directed by John Frederick and musically directed by Cami Thompson.
McKinley Arts & Culture Center: Gallery East
June 26th - August 11th, 2017
Reception: July 6th, 2017, 5-7pm
Habitat: Carole Ricketts