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Artists (and non-artists) gather monthly for some cocktails and creativity at the anti-art school establishment.

A tale of two Dr. Sketchy’s drawing nights: Las Vegas and Boulder City

October 1st, 2014

Artists (and non-artists) gather monthly for some cocktails and creativity at the anti-art school establishment.

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    The commonality between them extends beyond the East-meets-West art elements and into the powerful messaging within the work.

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    Justin Favela's cross-cultural social study of sorts that welcomes everyone to play along.

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    The San Francisco tattoo artist pairs the art historical with the queer contemporary.

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    Vivian Martian, Gina Alverson and Kris Krainock use words to create unexpected works.

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    A humorous consideration of expectations, normalcy and, most of all, embracing change.

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    In today’s sanitized art climate, with its clean, neat, computer-generated contours, there’s a place for precarious, handmade representations of the human form.

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    The best of the arts in galleries, on stages and even in the old Western Hotel.

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    You had us at giant gnomes, Jesse. But, by all means, keep going.

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    “Things are going to move along at a pretty slow rate, but pretty soon we’re going to start seeing art," Patrick Gaffey

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    ‘Organic Study No. 1’ marks a stylistic departure for Luis Varela-Rico

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    An archaic relationship between body and landscape dominates the show at Sin City Gallery

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    Russ’ works are often sexy and fun robust creation.

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    Trifecta Gallery in the Arts District is closing in January. Owner Marty Walsh and her husband Pete plan to move back to Ireland.

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    More than two years after putting the Arts Factory on the market, the longtime owner may have found the right buyers.

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    Robin Barcus Slonina, owner of Skin City Body Painting is a producer and judge on Skin Wars premiering August 6.

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    Time works in circles, and answers are nonexistent in Yasmina Chavez' Floss & Gravity.

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    Tokyo in Vegas: Vision Collision might come across as Pop Art, but if you stop there, you’ve really missed it.

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    The Aria nightspot opened shortly after the resort in December 2009.

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    Linkin Park, John Legend, The Deftones and ticket presale also included in Times Square announcement.

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    It's about more than the cut. It's camaraderie, indulgence, relaxation and debate—and it leaves you thinking, damn, I look good.

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    "I figured we’d make something, and at worst it would be better than Project Runway."

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    The chef closed his landmark Fleur de Lys restaurant in San Francisco earlier this year.

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    Wynn's five-day Diamond Extravagance party package includes a first dance choreographed by Le Rêve performers and more.

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    The team behind the Dragon Grille food truck specializes in Hawaiian-style chicken tenders.

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    From hot buttered rum to apple ciders with a kick, the social space's hot drinks are the perfect hand warmers.

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    Identical twin tap dancers Sean and John are now holding down the stage in Absinthe: "Tap dancing is a form of percussion, and I’m just ...

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    The popular LA burger joint and the new Asian concept from José Andrés are the most approachable eateries at the new Strip casino.

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    Also, a beer fest at Cosmo and Artifice puts on a Pride Prom.

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    The Downtown bar partnered with nearby O Face Doughnuts for the new dessert cocktail.

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    From Taste of the Nation to LuckyRice to Foodie Fest, get ready to get full this month.