Celebrating Life Master’s Exhibition
Featuring artwork of Kristin Ferguson, Rita Maroun and Scott Sturman
Charleston Heights Arts Center Gallery, 800 S. Brush St. | Jan. 10-April 24.
Artists Reception: Friday, Jan. 11, 5-7 p.m.
This exhibit includes three artists that have won three or more awards in the Celebrating Life annual juried art exhibit program over the past 18 years. This year, the artists were chosen based on the texture present in each of their works and the visual similarity in the subjects each artist presents.
African-American Heritage Exhibition
Featuring artwork of Vicki Richardson
City Hall Chamber Gallery, 495 S. Main St., 2nd floor | Jan. 17-April 11
Artist Reception Thursday, Jan. 17, 4 to 6 p.m.
This annual exhibit features the work of an African-American artist who lives and works in Las Vegas.
Hearts4Vegas Touring Exhibition
West Las Vegas Arts Center Gallery, 947 W. Lake Mead Blvd. | Through Feb. 9
A traveling exhibition of items sent to the City from all over the world expressing love, support and healing for everyone in Las Vegas affected by the tragic events of October 1st.
Some Assembly Required Exhibition
Featuring the artwork of Clay Arts Vegas students
City Hall Grand Gallery, 495 S. Main St., 1st floor | Through Feb. 14
A fun exhibition of ceramic works by the students of the Clay Arts Vegas studio, which displays work based off childhood games and toys. Included in this exhibition is a Candyland centerpiece, a larger than life Mr. Potato Head, a Space Invaders vase and a set of Clue game pieces.
Year of the Pig
Chinese Heritage Exhibition
Mayor’s Gallery-Historic Fifth Street School, 401 S. Fourth St. | Dec. 6-March 2, 2019
Artist Reception: Jan. 31, 5-7 p.m.
This annual invitational fine art exhibition focuses on Chinese heritage. The 2019 Chinese New Year is the Year of the Pig. Artists exhibit pieces that include the Pig and signifiers, images or visual concepts that honor and celebrate this Chinese tradition.
Windows on First: “In Flight: Energy Liberated”
Featuring the Artwork of Nova May
Las Vegas City Hall Windows on First, 495 S. Main St., along First St., Through Mar. 31
This inspiring and uplifting installation represents the transformational power of music taking flight. The design of brightly colored myriad of suspended butterflies created from found materials – paper, cardboard, and papier-mâché, with lighting elements – invokes a vision of flight.
Etty Yaniv Exhibition
Featuring artwork of Etty Yaniv
Charleston Heights Arts Center Gallery, 800 S. Brush St. | Closing Jan. 5
In her recent installation works, Yaniv draws on patterns from nature and images from daily life, altogether forming hybrid landscapes that blur the line between the real and the imagined, the organic and the artificial, the chaotic and the orderly. The multiple layers of repurposed materials reflect her preoccupation with ephemeral materials—recycled, torn, stacked, manipulated—alluding to obsolescence, ecology, and transience.
Public Employee Art Exhibition
City Hall Chamber Gallery, 405 S. Main St., 2nd floor | Closing Jan. 10
This exhibit features artwork of public employees who practice art in variety of disciplines.