Arts & Culture
Whether downtown or in the surrounding areas, Southern Nevada offers the chance to experience its past in present day Las Vegas.
One way to make an impression on your date is to try something different and go to a museum. Las Vegas offers a number of museums to get the conversation started as well as create some great memories.
If one is an art lover but isn’t really the creative type, there are many opportunities to volunteer and contribute to artistic expression.
Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
Although Las Vegas may not get as many independent and foreign films as a city like Los Angeles doesn’t mean there aren’t still a few theaters in town that show limited releases. Here’s a look at three local theaters known for screening both big-budget blockbusters and smaller art house fare.
Visual artists answer a calling to create beauty from their personal vision and many are making a name for themselves in Southern Nevada. From the Strip to downtown to the suburbs, artwork is displayed from a perspective created by living in Las Vegas.
Historic churches add to Las Vegas’ culture, past and present.
Art adds to any environment while stimulating memories and conversation. While some artist snobs might imply that good art must be expensive, it really is a personal choice and great pieces can be found at reasonable prices in Southern Nevada at local galleries.
Spring and summer in Las Vegas promise excellent professional and amateur theater productions.
Whether it is guiding children or exploring the past, museums in Las Vegas feature unique exhibits coming in the spring.