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Citywide event! Artown has been a past recipient of 5 consecutive National Endowment for the Arts grant awards, while bringing the arts to life in Reno each July with a packed calendar of events. Artown captures the imagination and brings with it a celebration of distinguished artists from around the world, across the country and those that live in our community all for the sake of cultural diversity and artistic innovation.

Wanda Corn on “Dressing for the Photographer: Georgia O’Keeffe and Her Clothes”

Georgia O’Keeffe’s sartorial style became an intimate part of her artistic identity. She dressed like she painted, highly valuing abstraction, simplicity, and seriality. In a lecture titled, “Dressing for the Photographer: Georgia O’Keeffe and Her Clothes,” art historian and Living Modern guest curator, Wanda M. Corn will explore the way O’Keeffe used her distinctive taste in clothes to model for photographers, creating a public persona for O’Keeffe that still dominates the American imagination today.

Soft Sculpture Workshop w/ Charis Lillene Fleshner

Colorado based artist Charis Lillene Fleshner will be visiting Reno at the close of her exhibition ODDITIES on view in the Holland Project Gallery June 27-July 26, 2019. Upon her return, Charis will be sharing her skills in creating soft sculptural forms in a fun workshop. Come sew, stuff, and decorate with us. 12PM / $10 + Google Calendar+ iCal Export « Kitty Kat Fan Club All Mahtie Bush, DJ Ethik, and Guests »

First Thursday: Hot Rod Rebellion

Meet friends and explore the galleries at this lively social event featuring live music, performances and specialty refreshments.  Hosted by Great Basin Brewing Company and KTHX Radio, this long-standing gathering welcomes guests and members alike. 

Legendary Lands Reception

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada has partnered with talented local artists of varying styles and mediums to produce an eclectic collection of visual art celebrating young imaginations. Little Brothers and Sisters from the BBBS mentoring non-profit participated in a sensory rich creative writing workshop during which they were asked to envision a Legendary Land of their own creation. These lands are as varied and creative as the Littles who made them – sometimes scary, sometimes tranquil, sometimes silly but all the time a chance for a blossoming writer to express themselves and practice those invaluable literary skills. Our Littles documented their adventures in travel passports that were then passed on to artists to inform and inspire their work. This exhibition will showcase art, writing, and the way in which our community can come together to encourage and defend the potential of our youth. Participating artists include: Emily Kray, Arthur “Artie” Richmond, We...