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The Carson City Department of Arts & Culture is collaborating with the Carson City School District on the development of TWO NEW OUTDOOR MURALS under big skies at Empire Elementary School this summer!
The theme is ‘Reach for the Stars’.
Images of the walls can be viewed at www.carson.org/ac
Join Peter Hazel and his team for a fun night of creating this Burning Man season and let your creative spirit soar (beer, wine, and materials included). We will be crafting our visionary “Niloticus” alligator tooth necklaces. Learn how to use clay molds, sculpt, and glaze ceramics with Reno’s ceramic master Peter Hazel. The option to just “play” in a state of the art ceramic and glass studio is also available.
Classes are FREE, with an option to donate to the cause. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info! Or just show up to 130 Woodland Avenue, Reno, NV 89523.
In celebration of Reno’s diverse musical community Pignic Pub & Patio, bring yourself to enjoy a weekly celebration of Reno’s songwriting community.
Start your day the mindful way with this invigorating class. This is an all-levels yoga flow designed to wake up your body and stimulate your mind through sun salutations, mindful movement, and breath work.
The beauty and elegance of Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico paintings were prompted by the intimacy of her experience with the Southwest’s natural forms, especially in relationship to her paintings of the landscape surrounding her home at Ghost Ranch.
To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869, the Nevada Museum of Art presents an exhibition featuring the art of Zhi Lin, who has spent much of his career making artworks that recall the sacrifices of Chinese migrant workers in the Sierra Nevada.
The works on view in this exhibition often reveal what is hidden from everyday view: the massive industrial infrastructure needed to power life in the twenty-first century.