Appearing at CinemaCon at Caesars Palace, Ryan Gosling spoke about shooting “Blade Runner 2049.”
Subscribe to Arts & Culture RSS feed
Arts & Culture
Las Vegas Events President Pat Christenson talks of “a big hole,” that has prevented the city from enticing top sport and entertainment event. Now, he says, “That hole has been filled.”
The three-day Vogue Knitting Live! show at Red Rock Resort attracted a mix of local and national knitting and crocheting enthusiasts. It included an art exhibition, knitting classes, boutique shops and even a yarn toss.
Jon Gray was known to hang with such stars as Kanye West and Jay-Z at the Palms a decade ago. Today he’s responsible for reenergizing the hotel-casinos nightlife spaces.
Despite gusty winds Saturday morning, hundreds flocked to Reese Freedom Park to celebrate the legacy of Cesar Chavez, a Latino civil rights leader who worked to ensure farm workers were provided fair pay, water breaks and protection from harmful pesticides in the early 1960s.
Vincent Falcone was a tough perfectionist, but was a passionate artist who befriended some of the greatest peformers in the entertianment industry.
The “Dream Machine” dream came true for artist Wayne Littlejohn in mid-December, when his towering, spiral metal sculpture capped by a mushroom (cloud?) was dedicated at Siegfried & Roy Park near McCarran International Airport.
Before artist Sush Machida painted “Hope Corridor,” the corridors at Child Haven didn’t reflect much hope.
Las Vegas doesn’t have a major art museum. But art projects from trail shelters to bus shelters, from sidewalks to traffic islands, are transforming public spaces — and, advocates hope, opening eyes to the power of art.
Marty Allen is a World War II hero and one of the most enduring comedians ever. He showed again he can fill a room with laughs at South Point Showroom to celebrate his 95th birthday.
- Page 1