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From Street Artist to Gallery Owner

South Lake Tahoe’s Captivating Benko Gallery Celebrates Contemporary Art By Natasha Bourlin Yes, he earned…

Artown 25th Anniversary
RENO is Heartown – 25th Anniversary of Artown

THIS YEAR NORTHERN NEVADA ARTS FESTIVAL ARTOWN BECOMES “HEARTOWN”
ARTOWN DETAILS ITS 2020 PLANS FOR THE POPULAR MONTH-LONG ARTS FESTIVAL, INCLUDING AN OPENING NIGHT VIRUTAL EXTRAVAGANZA, FEATURING VIDEO PERFORMANCES BY CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE, KRONOS QUARTET, JAKE SHIMABUKURO AND 20 OTHER NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS.

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Explore What Matters Most!

By Patrick Turner Matter Splatter invites visitors of all ages to take matter into their own hands. In this inventive, hands-on exhibition coming to The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum, visitors can explore the materials used to produce some of the most advanced technology in existence today.

Budget-Friendly Frills

Entertainment aplenty that won’t break the bank in the Sierra. By Jason Lopez Whether you want to catch an open mic night, do a little dancing or enjoy the arts, Reno/Tahoe is a mecca for inexpensive entertainment. Here are a few of my favorites you should definitely checkout!

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Influencing the Influencers

A peek at places that have social media abuzz. By Heidi Bethel Instaworthy spots abound in the Sierra. Whether you’re looking for a great vantage point to shoot a Tik Tok video or want a quick photo to post alongside your Facebook status, Reno/Tahoe has some amazing views that are sure to get you more followers.

Decorative Arms: Treasures from the Robert M. Lee Collection Exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art
New Year’s Resolution: See More Art

New Year’s Resolution: See More Art. By Amanda Horn. Winter and early spring in Reno/Tahoe have no shortage of activities to pursue. Beyond incredible mountain views, craft brews, and locally flavored restaurants, a world of top-notch cultural experiences await.

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Stay Curious

Stay Curious, Captivating museums around the Sierra. By Jen Peng. There are plenty of interactive museums in the Reno/Tahoe area, so there’s no reason to stop exploring just because the temperature dips. Here are some of our favorites in the region.

The Loft Theater (Brian Walker)
Curtains Up

Curtains Up: Catch A Performance or Film at Reno/Tahoe Theaters. By Annie Flanzraich. William Shakespeare once wrote, “All the world is a stage.” So, it’s not a stretch to say that the theatrical arts are all around. From intimate venues to large performance halls, many places in the Sierra offer the chance to see a show. As a reformed actress (the highlight of my theatrical career included a performance as Orphan No. 76 during my high school’s production of the musical, Annie), I’m always keen to see a show or film. Here are some of my favorite venues.

Midtown Murals
City Aesthetics

Getting in touch with arts in the Great Basin By Mikaila Bird Public art humanizes…