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Who wants cake, cake and more cake?
Photo op! The local artist's "Snowball in Vegas" sculpture is now Downtown—and ready for your next selfie.
And Branford Marsalis at UNLV.
"Art doesn’t choose anybody. It’s for everybody."
Be the paw. Just be the paw.
"I saw these common threads -- biography, place, memory..."
The surface of the works pulses, recedes, domes and dips depending on the light, perspective and attention of the viewer.
Here, the women are on an adventure of another kind, regardless of the bleak and sudden surroundings.
Artists (and non-artists) gather monthly for some cocktails and creativity at the anti-art school establishment.
"Whatever happens is the art itself.”
The commonality between them extends beyond the East-meets-West art elements and into the powerful messaging within the work.
Justin Favela's cross-cultural social study of sorts that welcomes everyone to play along.
The San Francisco tattoo artist pairs the art historical with the queer contemporary.
Vivian Martian, Gina Alverson and Kris Krainock use words to create unexpected works.
A humorous consideration of expectations, normalcy and, most of all, embracing change.