Here are some highlights for this month’s First Friday:
Soar: Luis Varela-Rico May 31 – July 28, 2012
Inspired by the delicate nature of paper traditionally found in origami Luis uses solid steel to create his three-dimensional birds in flight. An artist and industrial designer Luis captures the fun, playful aspect of creation through this series of delightful sculptures.
True Stories: Nathan Douglas May 31 – July 28, 2012
True Stories features emerging photographer Nathan Douglas. From the sublime to the outlandish, Nathan creates surreal moments that explore twenty-first century relationships.
THOMAS LEE BAKOFSKY: YES NO MAYBE
Thomas Lee Bakofsky paints in a metaphorical, illustrative style balancing the serious with his humorous play with text and font.
The Las Vegas Little Theatre is thrilled to present the third annual “Vegas Fringe Festival,”to be held June 1 – 10, 2012. The two weekend Festival of Live Theatre will feature an exciting buffet of new and established plays and performances of no more than 90 minutes each, performed multiple times throughout the festival.
The festival will be held at the Las Vegas Little Theatre’s facility at 3920 Schiff Drive near the corner of Spring Mountain and Valley View with performances in both the Mainstage and Black Box Theatres. Tickets and information for the Vegas Fringe Festival are available online or by calling the theatre box office during regular box office hours at 702-362-7996 (Mondays 4pm – 8pm, Wednesdays 10am – 1pm, Fridays 10am – 1pm, and Saturdays 9am – 12pm).
The art of Kaylan Tyler, an exciting collage of mixed media, explores the interconnection between sexuality, altered states of consciousness, wealth, technology, and death.
Preview Thursday May 31st 7:00pm-10:00pm
First Friday June 1st 6:00-10:00pm
Studio 115 inside the Arts Factory, 107 East Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
“The Future’s Past” Caesar Garcia will be the featured artist at the Joseph Watson Collection for the month of June. This series of images from the past, present and future will encourage the viewer to ask questions about life. All pieces are new and will consist of a mix between original drawings and prints.
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