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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

ZAP is Back...

One of the great public art projects of Las Vegas is back and this time it goes to the Historic West Las Vegas neighborhood. With artists such as Noelle Garcia, Adolfo Gonzalez, James Hough, Darren Johnson, K.D. Matheson and Joseph Watson, this show should definitely rock like the others before it. So far Las Vegas has started three successful ZAP projects and over the next ensuing years we will see more and more projects like this come online. Its a great way to expose the city to some great art and assist artists by showing off their awesome work.  

Left of Center Art Gallery is pleased to announce our current exhibition of paintings by the 2010 ZAP public art project artists! We hope you will put the reception on October 23rd on your calendar now! It will be held in conjunction with the ZAP project dedication by Clark County Parks and Recreation. There will be free bus tours of the historic West Las Vegas neighborhood art project during the reception!! Please come out to see some great art and take a tour of the project! See attached flyer for more information or call the gallery at

For more information on the Left of Center Gallery - http://www.leftofcenterart.org/

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