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A corner of the room holds a pile of chicken nuggets, an homage to The Simpsons, a stack of mini lowriders—I can’t help but wonder ...
What would happen if the power grid went out?
The abstract compositions exhibit harmony and balance, and an intriguing feel for color.
A darkroom, a gallery and two seasoned photographers
The Las Vegas artist transforms the walls of Child Haven
The current UNLV artist-in-residence turns her attention to the game-changing era of JFK’s presidency.
The beat, the melodies, the sound waves and experiences.
Artists have volunteered to touch up their vandalized works.
The 100 Centennial murals are great.
“So much art you can barely fit it in.”
Arts writer Ed Fuentes humorously dubbed it “Benchghazi.”
"It really synthesizes who we are."
Artist residency begins at the Neon Museum.
Reframing infamous 20th-century tragedies