Category: Las Vegas

Through another tough year, Nevada art makers brought their A-game

A look back at 2021: New art spaces, thought-provoking shows, and a whole lot of ingenuity

/ December 31, 2021

The Bullfrog Biennial is coming back to the Goldwell Open Air Museum

It's a chance for artists to 'branch out of their comfort zones,' said co-founder Sierra Slentz

/ October 18, 2021

Proud to be part of Omega Mart

Artist Nancy Good responds to the recent critique

/ October 12, 2021

Omega Mart—maximalism soaked in psychedelia

Here's why it's a lot of fun. And here's why it's a problem.

/ September 30, 2021

The year things got weird

Artists reflect on the chaos and isolation of 2020

/ June 14, 2021

Q+A: Gig Depio on the show he curated for Las Vegas City Hall

"Diaspora" highlights 10 Asian/Pacific Islander artists

/ June 2, 2021

What is a thread anyway? 

A group exhibition at the Barrick highlights textiles by artists of color from Las Vegas and around the US

/ May 3, 2021

Spectacle makes you talk. Art makes you think. 

After seeing Van Gogh The Immersive Experience, a longtime Las Vegan makes a case for acknowledging the difference

/ April 15, 2021

Rogers Art Loft brings the world to Las Vegas, one artist at a time

A local's love note to a homegrown institution

/ April 5, 2021

Las Vegas has a new activist art studio complex 

"We're looking for people who are community builders," said co-founder Fawn Douglas

/ February 9, 2021