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Pairing 14 writers and 13 visual artists, A Room of One’s Own lauds the freedom of women to make art.

Left of Center’s all-women exhibit ‘A Room of One’s Own’ pairs art and text

February 9th, 2017

Pairing 14 writers and 13 visual artists, A Room of One’s Own lauds the freedom of women to make art.

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    Transmutations is on display at Sahara West Library through March 18.

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    The former Las Vegan's second show in a month stimulates in unexpected ways.

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    New art pieces make their debut, and the City issues a call to arts.

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    The 41 large-scale color photographs document the extraction, production, distribution and use of our most exploited resource.

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    U+U Gallery at Institution 18b and Obsidian Fine Art and Jana's RedRoom at the Arts Factory are making moves.

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    The Rachel's Kitchen exhibit is eye-catching, inspired by the people and polychrome culture of Venezuela, where Leal grew up.

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    Artworks by Van Gogh, Picasso and others are grouped together in a loose industrial-revolution theme.

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    The exhibit includes 21 pieces in oil, acrylic and even digital photography, all inspiring a similar feeling of wistfulness and wanderlust.

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    The Weekly photographer is the new artist-in-residence at the Neon Museum.

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    The inaugural show explores the space between festive and feminine.

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    Get ready to revisit the Industrial Revolution and the origins of urbanization through art.

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    Curated by Linda Alterwitz, ART + SCIENCE brings together work that makes interesting bedfellows of the two disciplines.

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    Brune’s message of gender identity and physical acceptance is back in Las Vegas, this time at the Center.

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    The untitled work, which he has taken to calling "Gato Gigante," was recently installed outside Winchester Cultural Center.

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    The seven drypoints, screenprints, lithographs and etchings on display engage familiar Heizer content, but reveal a jaunty freedom massive earthworks could never incorporate.

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    Old Masterworks live in the vernacular of Vegas Vic and the Hacienda’s Horse and Rider.

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    Nearly 100 artists and performers gathered to discuss humanity, no matter how abstractly or unintentional, through their work.

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    The effort to replace the Las Vegas Club and surrounding spaces will keep neon legends like Vegas Vickie.

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    Chabuya’s seafood-forward menu rewards adventurous and risk-averse diners.

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    Among the additions to the area: More buildings and facilities, more retail and housing—and more doctors.

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    Chef de cuisine James Richards pulled out all the stops for students and teachers visiting from his alma mater.

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    The comic actor re-channels David Brent for Life on the Road.

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    The local historian discusses his exhaustively researched account of the queer experience in Las Vegas and elsewhere in the state.

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    Also, R. Kelly performs at the Joint, Southside visits Light and Twenty One Pilots play at Mandalay Bay.