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Three questions with art collective Meow Wolf

Three questions with art collective Meow Wolf

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Big collectives, whether they’re musical, theatrical, or visual arts based, make most people scratch their heads. How is it possible to create with so many hands on deck? Meow Wolf  has been at this all-hands approach for a long time now, and the results have been wonderous. An art collective turned art production company in […]

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Three questions with artist Jonathon Keats

Three questions with artist Jonathon Keats

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Artist Jonathon Keats shares a few things with the similarly dubbed poet of the early nineteenth century: he’s ambitious, intellectual, and bent on changing the way we think about art. His projects focus on the social, exploring topics of such contemporary relevance as climate change and alien life using science and technology. Keats is the recipient […]

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Life is Beautiful 2014 Art Recommendations

Life is Beautiful 2014 Art Recommendations

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Yes, Life is Beautiful is a big music festival, perhaps on some level even the kind of music festival like Coachella where I once saw a drunk guy trying to open a coconut by throwing it on the ground 2001: A Space Odyssey-style. However, it is also an ART Festival & from the looks of […]

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October 2014 Las Vegas Art Roundup

October 2014 Las Vegas Art Roundup

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Now that the First Friday 14th anniversary buzz has faded and we’re two weeks into October, it’s a perfect time to recap the exhibition highlights currently happening around town. Here’s our picks for getting out and enjoying it during the beginning of perfect weather. TastySpace Joy Snyder and Kathryn Gilbert team-up again in Travel in Abstract. This […]

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Photography from The Prime Document @ CSN

Photography from The Prime Document @ CSN

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The Prime Document is a class taught by CSN professor Heather Protz, where students explore the advantages of shooting one camera body with one prime lens (fixed focal length lens, no zooms) for an entire semester. They explore Las Vegas with weekly location shoots, focusing on people, cityscapes, and the juxtaposition of life.  Keep snapping! Karina Sigmund (Header […]

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3 Questions with Antonio Gomez

3 Questions with Antonio Gomez

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Las Vegas photographer and CSN professor Antonio Gomez was recently featured on PROOF, National Geographic's new online photography site. PROOF was launched to engage ongoing conversations about photography, art, and journalism. Gomez is no stranger to exhibiting his work; he was featured in a solo exhibition last year entitled "Six Years of Solitude" at Brett Wesley […]

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Su Limbert: Forevermore @ Trifecta Gallery

Su Limbert: Forevermore @ Trifecta Gallery

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Su Limbert is no stranger to the Las Vegas art scene. After successful runs at Blackbird Studios, The CAC, and Cosmopolitan's P3 Studio in a handful of years, she's come into her own in manners of craft and aesthetic. It's the whimsical spirit of her work, however, that completes the package. That spirit is evident […]

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Las Vegas Artists’ Trip to Torrence Art Museum

Las Vegas Artists’ Trip to Torrence Art Museum

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Last Friday a swath of Las Vegas' finest migrated to the Torrence Art Museum in the hinterlands of Los Angeles. Sam McMackin of Vast Space Projects led a group of artists that presented their work amongst many of the best that the West Coast had to offer, with surprising results. The photo essay below is courtesy […]

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Public Art @ Zappos Campus

Public Art @ Zappos Campus

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It's almost been a year since online shoe retailer Zappos took up new digs inside the old City Hall Building downtown. Unless you work there, you might not realize that there's a lot more going on inside the brutalist-designed structure than selling shoes.  On a recent Friday, Culture Curator Brian Paco Alvarez gave me a tour […]

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Three questions with artist Linda Alterwitz

Three questions with artist Linda Alterwitz

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This month, Trifecta Gallery features the work of photographer Linda Alterwitz in an exhibition titled "In-Sight." The profound compositions are landscapes layered with medical imaging. Alterwitz's work stirs up a range of emotions from beneath the stark white frames they're presented in. We got the chance to ask the artist a few questions regarding the […]

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