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“Once the virus arrived, I started to think through, ‘How do I get around this? How do I actually make a connection with people?’” says September artist-in-residence Daniel Melo Morales.

With its virtual “residencies,” Las Vegas’ Rogers Art Loft offers a new kind of cultural connection

“Once the virus arrived, I started to think through, ‘How do I get around this? How do I actually make a connection with people?’” says September artist-in-residence Daniel Melo Morales.

  • The artist’s Area15 Omega Mart contribution is based on abandoned, 1976 plans for what would have been the city’s first themed hotel.

  • Medical doctor Daniella Etel Courban’s new creation is now open on the second floor of Downtown’s Arts Factory.

  • The public can view Ashley Hairston Doughty’s ‘Kept to Myself’ and ‘Excerpts: Works From the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art’ in person or online.

  • The funky, whimsical “Window Into the Multiverse” mimics a tear in the fabric of the universe. It’s a little bit M.C. Escher, a little bit ...

  • “[Submissions] could be a physical door, or a spiritual awakening. It could be a path not taken or a dream not pursued,” gallerist Nancy Good ...

  • This Nigerian-American artist will guide the Neon Museum into new territory using familiar waypoints: signs, language and, naturally, neon.

  • Put on your “noticing eyes” to find a few interesting household objects, then place them in “any orientation that you find interesting.”

  • The Reno-based museum presents a stay-in-place version of the family-friendly art day that the museum has hosted for years.

  • Las Vegas-based artist Bobbie Ann Howell makes art that is both beautiful and meaningful.

  • Though the Arts District gallery is currently closed, all of the visual and literary works comprising the exhibit will be viewable online.

  • The fest begins with the Art of Us exhibition opening reception inside the Arts Factory Warhol Loft, followed by a panel discussion with women of ...

  • Through April 1, artists of all disciplines—including but not limited to painters, photographers, sculptors, cinematographers, poets and musicians—can apply.

  • “The sense of movement has always been big in my work,” he says. “I want to knock the corners off a rectangle, and make it ...

  • “His art was very Vegas: street-smart, funky, colorful,” says gallerist Priscilla Fowler, who has displayed the work of 3 Baaad Sheep for years.

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