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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Blackbird Studios to Stay open late First Friday for Strip Performers...

I do have to say I am very excited to see one gallery stay open for Las Vegas's hard working entertainers on the Strip. You know they are artists too who deserve to celebrate First Friday also. Obviously this is very forward thinking by Gina Quaranto and her team of artists at Blackbird Studios. It looks like I will be down with Gina late into the night on First Friday...

Show details...

February 4th, 2011
11:30PM to...
Blackbird Studios
1551 South Commerce Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

Featuring art by performers in shows on the Strip
• Corey Fox (Le Reve)
• Kristina Lum (Le Reve)
• Alicia Rice (Le Reve)
• Wassa Coulibaly (Zumanity) with Philip Dixon

COST: $4 and BYOB
  • DJ Performance by: Scream
  • Main Gallery: Immaculate Perceptions: Gina Quaranto
  • Center Gallery: Off the beaten path: Show performers share their other talents with Downtown. This month: Corey Fox, Kristina Lum, Alicia Rice and Wassa Coulibaly with Philip Dixon. 
  • Back Gallery: Operation; a Wear Recycle medium study featuring Nicky Watts, Amos Martinez, Richard King, David Veliz, Shannon Kidwell, Aurora King, and Shield Fire and Security, LLC
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