Category: Q&A

Q&A with a clown

Heidi Rider acts a fool

/ November 12, 2020

A conversation with artist & activist Fawn Douglas

We talk striptease, stereotypes, and how Black Lives Matter is raising the tide for everyone

/ October 15, 2020

Exploring ‘the unseen pyramid of privilege’

Ashley Hairston Doughty's show at UNLV is a diary of life as a 30-something Black woman in America

/ September 17, 2020

Festival art minus the admission ticket

Area15, to open Sept. 17 in Las Vegas, includes Art Island, a free, outdoor sculpture park

/ September 9, 2020

From one art school grad to another

Jack Malotte, whose work is now showing in Elko, reminisces about his early years with his niece, Lena Tseabbe Wright

/ August 3, 2020

‘I feel like it’s time to get a little more radicalized …’

Justin Favela on how the pandemic and the civil rights uprising are moving his needle forward

/ June 22, 2020

Land art legend Michael Heizer is a tough nut to crack

Bill Fox's new book on the reclusive artist is one part art criticism, one part unauthorized biography

/ September 24, 2019

By Las Vegas, for Las Vegas

Heather Harmon wants the city's future art museum to serve locals—all of them

/ September 11, 2019

The arts district I didn’t know existed

A UNR grad returning home to Vegas finds some nice surprises—like First Fridays and the 18b

/ March 31, 2019

Space race

Orbital Reflector meets some hurdles. The NMA celebrates. Trevor Paglen talks shop.

/ December 17, 2018