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The Reading Room's art of the story.

A creative space: Art, literature and the five senses at the Nest

April 27th, 2016

The Reading Room's art of the story.

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    The colorful rock totem installation is slated to open to the public May 11.

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    The works were selected by Mary Leigh Cherry of Cherry and Martin Gallery in LA.

  • A&E

    “Why should art, of all things, be free from critical dissection?”

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    The juried exhibit of erotic art received more than 300 entries from artists hailing from over 23 countries this year.

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    The life and death of a tumbleweed and all that crosses its path.

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    There's a new website for Ugo Rondinone’s “Seven Magic Mountains.”

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    Wendy Hickey's promoting of the arts on available billboard space comes to town.

  • A&E

    As the center of the Strip's newest outdoor promenade, the 40-foot-tall, 7,500-pound sculpture celebrates feminine empowerment and equality

  • As We See It

    Unless a contract says otherwise, artists who sell their works no longer have a voice in what happens to them.

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    The 72 paintings in Eyob Mergia’s The Philosophy of Form and Color are inseparable from the artist’s biography.

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    Costume designers promise to delve into the “comedy, the tragedy and the wardrobe malfunction” at the Nevada State Museum this weekend.

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    It’s contemporary America’s relationship with nature presented at its most extreme and bizarre.

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    With construction paper, X-Acto knives and protractors, visitors test the “My kid could make that” claim heard at contemporary art museums.

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    The event is seeking submissions from new, emerging and established visual and performance artists.

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    “I know The Beatles have influenced musicians, but I want them to know they’ve influenced artists, too.”

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    Holland-born Australian sculptor Tan is currently living in Beijing, following a 10-year stint “living as a pilgrim” in Las Vegas.

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    The installation’s success depends, in part, on its simplicity.

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    Downtown Las Vegas casino owners Derek and Greg Stevens today announced they bought more real estate on Fremont Street ...

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    You try to cross this bridge with Seth MacFarlane, linking his affection for the crude/brilliant humor in “Family Guy” — where the highbrow canine Brian ...

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    Stop looking for someone to fault for UNLV losing its basketball coach before anyone could tell him he’s no Tark. Blame only ...

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    The proposed Mars World is reportedly in funding stages and could bring a new level of attraction to town.

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    Prince, one of the most inventive and influential musicians of modern times with hits including "Little Red Corvette," ''Let's Go Crazy" and "When Doves Cry," ...

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    Our country is under the gun. If we have learned anything from this political season, it should be that motivated Americans can act in a ...

  • Kats Report

    Soon, there will be no more nights at the Improv. The Improv Comedy Club at Harrah’s, a house of hilarity since April 1995, is reportedly ...

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    When Lisa Marie Smith first saw “For The Record: Baz” at Light in Mandalay Bay last June, she gazed at the stage and said, “I ...

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    Delightful “Top Chef” cheftestants and star chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger’s Border Grill hosts Farm Fresh Market, its second Border Grill Patio Series ...

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    To ask Elisa Fiorillo that question late Thursday night would have been pointless. She had just walked offstage after singing “Purple Rain,” bravely and beautifully, ...

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    The colorful rock totem installation is slated to open to the public May 11.

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    Rice bowls at a Mexican restaurant? Libre gets credit for a menu that is certainly au courant.

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    A Blue Diamond nursery taking Las Vegas back to its roots.

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    There is a saying in my VegasVille universe that helps keep all this activity in perspective. It is, “What could possibly go wrong?” This phrase, ...

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    The space is big and warm and jovial, and the menu is stacked with shareable, super-satisfying eats.