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MOVEMENT AND CHANGE

Jan 29, 2014 2:07pm
On occasion, we pause long enough to watch the clouds shifting above. Meanwhile, always moving,...
A large, metal praying mantis welcomes visitors to the Container Park downtown on Fremont Street. Photo by Nick Mays

ART AS THE ATMOSPHERE

Updated: Jan 16, 2014 3:56pm
Bursts of flame spew from the towering antenna of a giant metal praying mantis; with its...
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MUSINGS ON EXISTENCE

Jan 08, 2014 2:19pm
In dark corners of our existence, behind the cheery façade of civilization, creaturesare...
<p>Eric Vozzola - Damn Kids and Their Dubstep</p>

FIRST FRIDAY ROUNDUP

Jan 01, 2014 9:47pm
Lighten-up – Various ArtistsLight a path into the new year with an array of dazzling and...

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Speaking volumes: Walter Taieb’s life-sized bookshelf portaits reveal much about their owners

Mar 27, 2013 4:53pm
With our libraries vanishing into megabytes and our book bags being swapped for tablets, Walter Taieb’s photos of packed, life-size bookshelves ask us to pause and take stock of what we’re losing....

Clandestine critiques have art scene abuzz

Mar 27, 2013 4:09pm
Should a critic publicly own up to her opinions? That’s what has the local art scene abuzz lately: a slew of anonymous, handwritten reviews of exhibits, signed with the pseudonym Critical...

Meet the sculptor: Patrick Sullivan works on public art project in Centennial Hills

Mar 20, 2013 5:02pm
ON MARCH 19, a truck sidled up next to the Centennial Hills Transit Center parking lot with an enormous, seven-ton block of pale beige Indiana limestone strapped securely to its flatbed. Three...
From the Urfather series by Erin Cosgrove

A conversation about the 10th Circle exhibit at VAST Space Projects

Updated: Mar 27, 2013 3:34pm
RECORDED MARCH 14, AT VAST SPACE PROJECTSScott: First impression?Jenessa: First impression … it’s grabby, it’s flashy, there’s a lot of seductive color, a lot of shiny surfaces. And I feel like,...
<p>An uncarved block of raw clay contrasts the vessel it could become through the skills of the artist. PHOTO: JEFERSON APPLEGATE</p>

Creating art within less-practied mediums is fostering a new level of interaction in 18b

Updated: Mar 20, 2013 4:17pm
THE LAS VEGAS ARTS DISTRICT is populated with places to see art. But few locations allow you to actually make art on site — except for a few places growing in stature.Last year saw the opening of two...

What’s cool about the new Discovery Museum?

Mar 13, 2013 4:46pm
What kid doesn’t want her science, art and culture served up with a side of sensory overload? From the very wet “Waterworld” exhibit placed dubiously close to the front entrance, to three generously...

Artist David Sanchez Burr finds inspiration in Sunrise Mountain

Mar 06, 2013 6:19pm
Her movements are smooth, arms arching in sweeping arabesques, then dropping to gather her ruffled black skirt, revealing red velvet shoes vigorously stamping out a Spanish rhythm. A microphone aimed...

L.A. Times critic David Pagel on his Dante-inspired exhibit at VAST

Updated: Mar 21, 2013 5:15pm
Is it your intention to draw an analogy between Dante’s Inferno and Las Vegas?I have no intention whatsoever to draw any sort of analogies between Las Vegas and Dante’s Inferno. My idea is that today...
<p>Work by Nora Ann-Francis Martin-Hall</p>

First Friday Roundup

Updated: Mar 06, 2013 4:13pm
Nora Ann-Francis Martin-HallEverything Must GoDelicate pencil illustrations of tattooed silent film stars, rabbits smoking cigarettes and comic-book personas housed in gilded frames — artist Nora Ann...

First Friday listings, 2.28.13

Feb 27, 2013 5:52pm
Hours: 5-10p. Shuttle service: 5-11p, with stops and parking at El Cortez, Golden Nugget, Arts District hub (Colorado and Main) and the Clark County Government Center. Additional $5 parking lots can...