enculturating las vegas into the next millennium... art, dance, film, music, poetry, theater, history, nature and everything else that enriches the lives of those who live and visit southern nevada... Since 2003...

Friday, June 03, 2011

Preview Thursday and First Friday are here...

Trickle-Down Theory
By Matthew Couper
At the Contemporary Arts Center

With the art scene gearing up for an amazing summer, Downtown has art in every corner. From Emergency Arts to the Arts Factory and all points in between there is plenty of the good stuff to go around. First Friday is definitely no longer just limited to the 18 blocks of the arts district but is now a Downtown wide phenomenon. With galleries, bars, studios and the Creative Class moving back to the city core the future is brighter then ever before. So get Downtown (The real center of the city) and get enculturated... Arts and culture does a body good...

Preview Thursday, June 2,  festivities 6pm to 9pm...
First Friday, June 3, festivities 6pm to 10pm...
For a full list of First Friday activities please visit - http://www.firstfriday-lasvegas.org/next.html

Origami  Bird
By Luis Varela-Rico
in the 18b Arts District

  Luis Varela-rico - Steel Origami
- Watch more Videos at Vodpod.

Paper Metal Origami by Luis Varela-Rico featured in the windows of the Contemporary Arts Center

Nevada Public Radio
For more information on the Cultural Arts in Las Vegas please visit Nevada Public Radio. NPR has detailed listings of many cultural and civic events hosted by area non-profits click on this linkhttp://www.knpr.org/common/psa/listNEW.cfm and if you are planning an event in the next few months, be sure to get your free listing in Nevada Public Radio's Desert Companion magazine by submitting the information here at http://www.knpr.org/culture/eventaddnew.cfm
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Brian Paco Alvarez enculturating Las Vegas into the millennium...http://www.lasvegascac.org/

posted by Brian Paco Alvarez, Curator and Chronicler of Culture at


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