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Kristin Meuser Artworks
Kristin Meuser Artworks

Art GalleriesHands-On

Abstract Sewing is stream of consciousness machine sewing of paper on paper. Metallic Painting is the use of acrylic metallic surfacers treated with mild acids on canvas. On the Trail Nature Journaling. I teach step-by-step w on workshops and small group lessions in color mixing, sketching, painting and writing to those who love nature whether experienced or just beginners.

Abstract Sewing, Metallic Painting & On the Trail Nature Journaling workshops.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Museums

The Las Vegas Natural History Museum's mission is to inspire, through educational exhibits and programs, a better understanding and appreciation of the natural world, the sciences, and ourselves.

The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a private, non-profit institution dedicated to educating the children, adults and families of the community in the natural sciences - both past and present. Through its interactive exhibits, educational programs and the preservation of its collections, the Museum strives to instill an understanding and appreciation of the world's wildlife, ecosystems and cultures. In 2013, the Museum was accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

LGA
LGA

Professional Services

SUSTAINABILITY - LGA approaches all work with a sustainable mindset. ARCHITECTURE - Beautiful and responsible architecture is borne of its surroundings. SOCIOLOGY - By merging architecture with sociology, buildings become more than buildings.

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours
Lip Smacking Foodie Tours

Food

Art lovers will be privy to a unique perspective on Vegas’ vibrant 18b Arts District in this tour, which takes them through one of the city’s most distinctive and colorful neighborhoods. It’s where “First Friday’’ began 17 years ago, Vegas’ premier arts and cultural festival that attracts upwards of 15,000 people the first Friday of each month to stroll and admire one-of-a-kind art. Full of spunk and creativity, the Arts District is a lively mix of independent businesses including vintage clothing boutiques, antique stores, theaters, art galleries, and of course, bars and restaurants with personality to spare.

On this tour, guests will get a taste of all of that, as well as meet some of the district’s best chefs whose plates are akin to canvases for striking edible creations. That’s no more evident than at Esther’s Kitchen, where the seasonal Italian cuisine is actually served on handmade plate ware fashioned at a pottery studio just steps away. Vegas native, Chef James Trees, who has worked under such culinary luminaries as Gordon Ramsay and Eric Ripert, takes pride in making all his pastas, pizzas and breads from scratch.

At Jammyland, guests feast not only with their palate, but their eyes. Former New Yorkers Danielle Crouch and Allan Katz have created a love letter to Jamaica in a converted garage. Groove to more than 1,500 Reggae tunes, peruse a rum list of more than 100 choices, and feast on modern Caribbean fare like jerk wings marinated for 24 hours and smoked in-house to perfection. The spacious patio with twinkling lights features two vibrant wall murals, including one that depicts the history of Jamaican music around the globe.

Then, it’s on to view more arresting art, including “Paintbrush Gateway,’’ Dennis Oppenheim’s two 45-foot tall steel paintbrushes that emit beams of rainbow-colored LED light 2,000 feet skyward; and the thought-provoking “Chain Migration’’ by artist Izaac Zevalking, aka Recycled Propaganda, which depicts the Statue of Liberty in handcuffs.

The excursion ends with a sweet taste of history at Cornish Pasty Co., where Cornwall native Dean Thomas continues the tradition of proper English desserts, including Sticky Toffee Pudding with a warm, toffee-drenched sponge cake with dates served à la mode.

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours hosts award-winning dining experiences for individuals and groups up to 250. Experience 4 top restaurants with VIP seating, chef greetings, signature dishes and cocktails while attendees network and sit next to a different person at every stop.

LV Healing Garden
LV Healing Garden

Museums

The Las Vegas community came together to build a new community healing garden in response to the Oct. 1 tragedy, when a lone gunman massacred 58* individuals and injured 489* more who were attending a music festival. Stonerose Landscapes principals Jay Pleggenkuhle and Daniel Perez designed a memorial garden that was constructed on City of Las Vegas property at 1015 S. Casino Center Blvd. The garden features a wall of remembrance, a grove of trees, shrubs, flowers, walkways of pavers and benches – all to create something beautiful out of something horrific. This garden park was completed in four days and officially opened Oct. 6. Numerous local companies, organizations and individuals contributed to the construction effort. In November 2017, Outside Las Vegas Foundation was brought on as the non-profit partner of the LV Healing Garden to assist in the upkeeping, planning, and day to day activities of the garden. Together with Stonerose Landscapes and other local companies, OLVF formed the LV Healing Garden Committee to ensure the garden's sustainability for years to come. This Facebook page is not run by the City of Las Vegas, but run through the LV Healing Garden Committee.

The LV Healing Garden is a community built project to remember to victims of the October 1 tragedy. This Facebook page is not run by the City of Las Vegas, but run through the LV Healing Garden Committee -a community group formed by stakeholders.

MAIN STREET PEDDLERS ANTIQUE MALL
MAIN STREET PEDDLERS ANTIQUE MALL

Antiques

With 5,000 square feet and 15 vendors Main Street Peddlers is a Antique Mall full of treasures and surprises.

Las Vegas friendliest Antique Mall is located at 1400 S. Main in Antique Alley. Winner of Best of Las Vegas Bronze Best Antique store.

Metropolitan Gallery/Art Museum Las Vegas
Metropolitan Gallery/Art Museum Las Vegas

Art GalleriesMuseums

The Museum is located right off of the Fremont Street Experience on 4th and Fremont Street in Las Vegas Nevada. Open Wednesday Though Saturday. 12 till 5PM

National Atomic Testing Museum
National Atomic Testing Museum

Museums

Science and history by the megaton!

The National Atomic Testing Museum (NATM) is a national science, history and educational institution that tells the story of America’s nuclear weapons testing program at the Nevada Test Site and beyond. From Atomic Age culture to scientific and technological advances during the latter part of the 20th Century, the museum uses lessons of the past and present to better understand the extent and effect of nuclear testing on worldwide nuclear deterrence and geo-political history. Its collections and activities are inseparably linked to serve a diverse public of varied ages, backgrounds and knowledge, and showcase some of the rarest artifacts relating to the nation’s atomic testing program. The museum is supported by the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation and presented in association with the Smithsonian Institution.

Neon Museum
Neon Museum

Museums

The Neon Boneyard is only available to the public through one of our guided tours. Tours are available seven days a week and tour times vary with the season. Parking for museum guests is free and located adjacent to the museum off of McWilliams Ave. Reservations are highly recommended but not required and can be made by advanced ticket purchase through www.neonmuseum.org/book-a-tour. Ticket prices for day tours are $19 for general admission; seniors, students, active military and veterans, and Nevada residents are $15 (must show current ID upon arrival.) Children ages 6 and under are free. Ticket prices for night tours are $26 for general admission; seniors, students, active military and veterans, and Nevada residents are $22 (must show current ID upon arrival.) Due to the broken glass, rusty metal and darkness, we recommend night tours for children ages 12 and up. We offer late night tours that are $28 with locals, military, veterans students paying $24. Late night tours are offered Friday through Sunday. Our administrative office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. PST. While we strive to attend to all inquiries in a timely manner, we are unable to immediately reply to any emails submitted over the weekend. The Neon Museum collects, preserves, studies and exhibits iconic Las Vegas neon signs for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment. We are a 501c(3) non-profit. Administrative Hours 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Nevada Humanities Program Gallery
Nevada Humanities Program Gallery

Art Galleries

About Nevada Humanities Celebrating Nevada's culture and heritage Nevada Humanities fosters cultural enrichment and connection for all Nevadans. By creating and supporting dynamic public programs that inspire engagement, we deepen a collective sense of place and belonging and encourage mutual understanding and empathy, which are the foundations of community and democracy. Our programs define the Nevada experience, feature local culture and heritage, encourage intellectual curiosity, and facilitate the exploration of issues that matter to Nevadans and their communities. Nevada Humanities produces and supports dynamic educational and cultural programs that ENRICH our lives and ENCOURAGE us to EXPLORE challenging ideas. Nevada Humanities UNITES us through our history and heritage. Nevada Humanities INSPIRES us to ENGAGE in our communities and with each other. What does Nevada Humanities mean to me? A cooking workshop that offers a fresh point of entry into understanding a new cultural perspective... A book club conversation about a Nevada author... A movie that compels us to imagine a place different from where we now stand... A Facebook discussion about ethics in the news... A round table discussion about sportsmanship and civility... All of these experiences are examples of how the humanities infuse our daily lives. They are the stories, ideas, and beliefs that help us engage with - and make sense of - our world. Nevada Humanities works to make these experiences readily available to all Nevadans. We help you explore your local culture, learn new things, start a conversation, and connect with others in your community.

Nevada State Museum
Nevada State Museum

Museums

The State of Nevada has seven museums managed by the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs

The Nevada State Museum offers an interactive visitor experience that interprets the history of Nevada dating back millions of years to the present. Across a 13,000 square-foot permanent exhibit gallery visitors will find how geology shaped the Great Basin and Nevada, learn of the early flora and fauna that roamed this once great sea. Hear the story of Native Americans, pioneers, early settlers, miners, railroaders, ranchers and entrepreneurs. Learn about the Hoover Dam, the atomic era and the rise of Las Vegas as the resort capital of the world. The museum also features a research library, educational labs and a store.

New Vision Law
New Vision Law

Professional Services

Getting your legal planning right for your business and your life gives you a sense of confidence and security that will have a direct and immediate impact on the energy you have for imagining, creating, and profiting from your work. At New Vision Law, we can provide you with that sense of confidence and security. Visit us at www.newvisionlaw.com to learn more.

A law firm supporting Las Vegas Creatives and Entrepreneurs by providing life and business legal planning.

Not Just Antiques Mart
Not Just Antiques Mart

Antiques

Mother and Daughter estate sale liquidators opened this warehouse 12 years ago featuring great local art and old time listed artists - and filled with estate sale finds in a 12,000 sq ft warehouse

12,000 sq ft of antiques and collectibles - and ART at thrifting prices!  Located between Charleston and Wyoming (Oakey)  Only open to the public on Monday, Friday & Saturday from 10-5

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park
Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park

Museums

The first non-native settlers in Las Vegas were a group of Mormon missionaries who built an adobe fort along Las Vegas Creek in 1855. The park includes a remnant of the original adobe fort, interpretive displays, as well as historic artifacts.