Vegas Seven


  • DTLV

    Downtown’s Spectral Gallery to Close

    By Amber Sampson

    The art venue bids adieu at the end of the month.

  • University Forum Lecture: Richard Wagner & Goethe’s Faust

    The University Forum Lecture Series presents “What a Show! But, Alas, Merely a Show!” – Richard Wagner and Goethe’s Faust, a talk by Anthony Barone, associate professor, School of Music, UNLV. The composer Richard Wagner was deeply influenced by Johann Goethe’s Faust plays—this lecture will examine why and how.

  • Art

    Vegas Finds Its Bliss

    By Genevie Durano

    Marco Cochrane’s Burning Man sculpture 'Bliss Dance' makes itself at home on the Strip

  • Art Tea Party

    Angela Brommel of Nevada State College and Kristen Peterson of the Las Vegas Weekly will discuss the current state of contemporary art in Las Vegas. Coffee and tea provided.

  • First Friday

    Local artists show off; show some support.

  • Art

    Sin City Gallery Goes Big With Immersive

    By Geoff Carter

    The daylong "art happening" puts provocative art out in the open.

  • Wizard World Convention

    Indulge in three days of nerdom, with stars from the screen, page and web including Dr. Who’’sMatt Smith and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ s Elizabeth Hentsridge.

  • Visitor-Made: Sticker Stories

    This month’s visitor-made project is based on Eun Youg Choi’s “Scratch and Sniff.” Choi’s mylar clouds are covered in stickers, creating abstract pop art. Make your own: materials are provided.

  • Yousuf Karsh: Icons of the 20th Century

    See 60 stunning portraits from the likes of Muhammad Ali, Grace Kelly, Winston Churchill and more by the Armenian-Canadian photographer.

  • Barrick Talks: Justin Favela

    The local artist and hero of our recent East Charleston taco extravaganza talks about his work

  • Dave Hickey in Conversation

    The esteemed art critic and culture contemplator Dave Hickey returns to Las Vegas. It’s an evening of conversation, focusing on Hickey’s current three books: 25 Women, Dust Bunnies, and Wasted Words. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

  • First Friday

    Local artists show their stuff; come out and support.

  • Nevada Women’s Film Festival at Springs Preserve

    Celebrate and support the fair representation of women in film by watching a few screenings and Femmy awards.

  • Art

    Small Space Fest Is Open to Big Ideas

    By Jessie O'Brien

    Artists take over the Emergency Arts building for a for a one-day festival.

  • West from Home

    Valentin Yordanov’s mixed-media paintings are abstract, yet familiar.