Arts & Culture
The 2014-15 season continues with theater productions including touring Broadway performances on college campuses and arts districts celebrating life, exploring jealousy and breaking the fourth wall.
Women’s History Month is a great time to reflect on the social changes and contributions of women to society. These are some of the top ways to celebrate this important month in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Whether just beginning or you’ve been drawing for years, there are a number of classes offered for both adults and children in Las Vegas.
Whether celebrating years of love or a first Valentine’s Day together, enjoying a show adds to the magic of Valentine’s Day date night out.
Las Vegas is a fascinating place for both tourists and locals and has been the setting for many books. Whether writing about its colorful history or adding literary license to gripping fiction, Las Vegas is a subject with many layers and facets.
Festivals, galleries and museums exhibit the work of artists in Las Vegas whether downtown, on the Strip, at a college campus or at a library with new works to celebrate spring.
Here are some of the best upcoming performances that you’ll want to put on the calendar.
Holidays are a time to give, especially to those less fortunate. Here is the chance to help the Southern Nevada community and give back.
Whether an artist from the past or an emerging one, art touches the soul and Las Vegas embraces creativity. With exhibitions and art festivals downtown, on the Strip and northwest, pick a time and place and plan to enjoy some art.
The Smith Center has an outstanding line-up of upcoming classical music performances.