• “You Write the Story”

    East Las Vegas Library 2851 East Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Seeing these paintings by artist Lee Lanier, in which characters interact with surrounding objects or each other, viewers are invited to write their own narratives — Lanier thinks viewers often have more interesting interpretations of his paintings than he does. Through Aug. 4

    Free
  • “The Art of Theo Tso”

    Spring Valley Library 4280 S. Jones Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Theo Tso is an enrolled member of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and also has ties to the Navajo (Diné). He is the creative mind behind "Captain Paiute: Indigenous Defender of the Southwest." Captain Paiute wields the power of Pah (water) and grapples with evil men, like Bad Medicine. Through July 4.

    Free
  • “Dr. AnnaMarie Lao Carley, MD: Forgotten Connection”

    Summerlin Library 1771 Inner Circle, #Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Paintings that explore the need for connection to both nature and community, particularly in the context of instantaneous social immersion and post-pandemic discontent. "My hope is that my art will reflect the kinship and longing between individuals and their environments." Through Aug. 18.

    Free
  • Punk Rock Tattoo Expo

    The Punk Rock Museum 1422 Western Avenue, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    The Punk Rock Museum will be hosting a powerhouse collection of tattoo artists at the world’s first ever “Punk Rock Tattoo Expo” this June 21st - 23rd. The Punk Rock Tattoo Expo will feature world renowned and highly respected tattoo artists all under one roof. Three fun-filled days of tattoos, art, & music! Enjoying The […]

    $25
  • “Queer Monuments” exhibit

    Winchester Dondero Cultural Center 3130 S McLeod Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This exhibit challenges the classical masculine and cultish notions of monuments and provides a platform for ephemeral and anti-monumental alternatives. The artists in this show present personal monuments to the queerness in their lives. Through July 25. Enjoying The List? Become a member today!

    Free
  • “Jack Proctor: An Artist’s Journey Through Life”

    Clark County Library 1401 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This exhibition spans more than 50 years of Jack Proctor's paintings, and includes an eclectic variety of styles and mediums. "I have yet to find a way of not doing art," he says. "When I stand in front on an easel, it is as close as I come to a religious experience." Through September 10. […]

    Free
  • “You Write the Story”

    East Las Vegas Library 2851 East Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Seeing these paintings by artist Lee Lanier, in which characters interact with surrounding objects or each other, viewers are invited to write their own narratives — Lanier thinks viewers often have more interesting interpretations of his paintings than he does. Through Aug. 4

    Free
  • “The Art of Theo Tso”

    Spring Valley Library 4280 S. Jones Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Theo Tso is an enrolled member of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and also has ties to the Navajo (Diné). He is the creative mind behind "Captain Paiute: Indigenous Defender of the Southwest." Captain Paiute wields the power of Pah (water) and grapples with evil men, like Bad Medicine. Through July 4.

    Free
  • “Dr. AnnaMarie Lao Carley, MD: Forgotten Connection”

    Summerlin Library 1771 Inner Circle, #Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Paintings that explore the need for connection to both nature and community, particularly in the context of instantaneous social immersion and post-pandemic discontent. "My hope is that my art will reflect the kinship and longing between individuals and their environments." Through Aug. 18.

    Free
  • “ag•gre•gate” reception

    ASAP 900 Karen Ave C-214, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This is the reception for "ag•gre•gate," a preview of new work from artists Mary Sabo and Jim White.

    Free
  • “Queer Monuments” exhibit

    Winchester Dondero Cultural Center 3130 S McLeod Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This exhibit challenges the classical masculine and cultish notions of monuments and provides a platform for ephemeral and anti-monumental alternatives. The artists in this show present personal monuments to the queerness in their lives. Through July 25. Enjoying The List? Become a member today!

    Free

  • “You Write the Story”

    East Las Vegas Library 2851 East Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Seeing these paintings by artist Lee Lanier, in which characters interact with surrounding objects or each other, viewers are invited to write their own narratives — Lanier thinks viewers often have more interesting interpretations of his paintings than he does. Through Aug. 4

    Free
  • “Dr. AnnaMarie Lao Carley, MD: Forgotten Connection”

    Summerlin Library 1771 Inner Circle, #Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Paintings that explore the need for connection to both nature and community, particularly in the context of instantaneous social immersion and post-pandemic discontent. "My hope is that my art will reflect the kinship and longing between individuals and their environments." Through Aug. 18.

    Free
  • “Queer Monuments” exhibit

    Winchester Dondero Cultural Center 3130 S McLeod Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This exhibit challenges the classical masculine and cultish notions of monuments and provides a platform for ephemeral and anti-monumental alternatives. The artists in this show present personal monuments to the queerness in their lives. Through July 25. Enjoying The List? Become a member today!

    Free