Joshua Levine’s company, Fired Up Management, is working directly with artists to attract more large-scale art to Southern Nevada.
Janna Karel joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2016 as a web producer, shooting videos and managing social media for Features. In 2018, she became a Features reporter for the RJ. She previously worked as a travel writer for both a local magazine and television show. She studied education at UNLV.
Las Vegas Philharmonic launches artist in residency program with world-class cellist Joshua Roman that would take performances to shopping centers, medical offices and parking lots.
“In the Dark” was slated to open in March but was scrapped because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The $25,000 awards will bring more music, reading and drama into children’s lives.
For those looking for a sustainable and stylish alternative to the pale blue disposable mask, here are seven Las Vegas retailers and seamstresses who are selling unique and handmade masks locally.
Audience will be able to peek into several Arts District galleries and take part in question-and-answer sessions with artists
Henderson artist Suni Paz was recognized for her cultural contributions by the National Endowment for the Arts program.
Area15’s new outdoor art gallery, the Art Island features seven giant artworks.
A Las Vegas veterinarian has created a new online tool to help pet owners get medical care for their pets over video chat.
During the week of Juneteenth, two businesses in the Las Vegas Arts District covered their walls with art installations and murals that support the current Black Lives Matter movement.