Announcing the ArtsVegas Shop

Announcing the ArtsVegas Shop

Announcing ArtsVegas the Shop! We’ve been hinting around about this shop for a while, but now we’re ready to let the cat out of the bag. The online arts publication you’ve known and, hopefully, loved for the last five-plus years ArtsVegas is now bringing you gear. We’re creating and curating everything from our own bags and t-shirts to Tere’s […]

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The Las Vegas Weekend – November 20th

The Las Vegas Weekend – November 20th

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Not sure what to do with your weekend? We’ve got you covered. Every Thursday we bring you the happenings going on all over the Valley. If you have an event that you’d like to see on this list, please submit it to our community calendar here! Thursday A new brewery in town, you say? This Thursday CraftHaus […]

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Column: The Magic Lantern Show

Column: The Magic Lantern Show

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Film is a magical medium. Now that might just sound like a movie-buff gushing, but it is accurate in the truest sense. Movies are full of misdirection, showmanship, and even manipulation. Our job as filmmakers (in most cases) is to execute a narrative story through the combination of many subtle and even invisible techniques. What […]

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The Las Vegas Weekend – November 13th

The Las Vegas Weekend – November 13th

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Not sure what to do with your weekend? We’ve got you covered. Every Thursday we bring you the happenings going on all over the Valley. If you have an event that you’d like to see on this list, please submit it to our community calendar here! Thursday Join a lively discussion of historic preservation with expert panelists […]

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The Las Vegas Weekend – November 6th

The Las Vegas Weekend – November 6th

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Not sure what to do with your weekend? We’ve got you covered. Every Thursday we bring you the happenings going on all over the Valley. If you have an event that you’d like to see on this list, please submit it to our community calendar here! Thursday This Thursday, check out the opening of photographer Geoffrey Ellis‘s […]

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Interview with designer Stefan Bucher

Interview with designer Stefan Bucher

Next Friday, AIGA Las Vegas is celebrating the organization’s 100th year supporting professional design. The Centennial Celebration takes place at The Neon Museum on November 14th, at 7 p.m. Highlights include guided tours of the museum’s fabulous lighted outdoor exhibit, interactive printing demos with Somersault Letterpress, a silent auction, cocktails & hors d’oeuvres, and other design-related giveaways. […]

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3 Questions with author Jennifer Pashley

3 Questions with author Jennifer Pashley

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Black Mountain Institute Emerging Writer Jennifer Pashley has a forthcoming novel The Scamp that tells the story of two half-sisters: one is a serial killer who targets troubled women, and the other is victim of her sister’s tendencies. The author will be reading from her work at Greenspun Hall Auditorium on the UNLV campus Tuesday, November […]

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The Las Vegas Weekend – October 30th

The Las Vegas Weekend – October 30th

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Not sure what to do with your weekend? We’ve got you covered. Every Thursday we bring you the happenings going on all over the Valley. If you have an event that you’d like to see on this list, please submit it to our community calendar here! Thursday It’s been awhile since TSTMRKT, the crazy brainchild of Ernest […]

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Life is Beautiful Day Three Recap

Life is Beautiful Day Three Recap

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was excited and heartbroken about day three of Life is Beautiful. This was the day I’d been looking forward to most, since the lineup included three of my favorite bands playing all in a row on the massive Downtown Stage: Broken Bells, Arctic Monkeys, and Foo Fighters. But the thrill of Sunday’s festivities was dampened […]

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Life is Beautiful Day Two Recap

Life is Beautiful Day Two Recap

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After a solid opening day at Life is Beautiful, my expectations were high and my spirits were even higher. My first stop was the Western Stage, where J. Roddy Walston & the Business was playing a raucous set for a small crowd. The band clanged and banged away with plenty of heart, but the performance […]

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