Pairing 14 writers and 13 visual artists, A Room of One’s Own lauds the freedom of women to make art.
Transmutations is on display at Sahara West Library through March 18.
The former Las Vegan's second show in a month stimulates in unexpected ways.
New art pieces make their debut, and the City issues a call to arts.
The 41 large-scale color photographs document the extraction, production, distribution and use of our most exploited resource.
Who said Vegas doesn't have culture?
U+U Gallery at Institution 18b and Obsidian Fine Art and Jana's RedRoom at the Arts Factory are making moves.
The Rachel's Kitchen exhibit is eye-catching, inspired by the people and polychrome culture of Venezuela, where Leal grew up.
Artworks by Van Gogh, Picasso and others are grouped together in a loose industrial-revolution theme.
The exhibit includes 21 pieces in oil, acrylic and even digital photography, all inspiring a similar feeling of wistfulness and wanderlust.
The Weekly photographer is the new artist-in-residence at the Neon Museum.
The inaugural show explores the space between festive and feminine.
Get ready to revisit the Industrial Revolution and the origins of urbanization through art.
Curated by Linda Alterwitz, ART + SCIENCE brings together work that makes interesting bedfellows of the two disciplines.
Brune’s message of gender identity and physical acceptance is back in Las Vegas, this time at the Center.