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Photo Bang Bang is a photographic wonderland with 4 diverse shooting locations in one studio. Shooting areas include: Haunted Medieval Cyclorama Clock Tower In addition to the themed shooting areas, we also have a large greenroom/lobby area and bathroom with shower. Abundant free parking inside Commercial Center, we are located in the New Orleans Square building.
The 18b Arts District participates in Gallery Openings and an Art Walk festival on the first Friday of every month – from 6:00pm – 10:00pm. The night before each “First Friday” all our studios are open to give a sneak preview of new artwork – it’s an ideal opportunity to meet our artists without a crowd. “Preview Thursday” has become the unofficial “collector’s night” and runs from 6:00pm – 9:00pm.
Free parking is available at the rear of our building just off Charleston Blvd. and Art Way on a little street called Boulder Ave. We are also located just 1 short block from the new 18b LV Arts District Bus Station on Casino Center Drive.
Hope you visit us soon!!! #ArtsDistrict #18b #LasVegas #ArtCulturePR #DTLV
The Arts Factory and ArtSquare is proud to be the geographic and creative center of the 18b Las Vegas Arts District where artists represent a broad range of contemporary and traditional styles, media, and interests. In addition to our commercial activities, #TheArtsFactoryLV provides an artistic lifeline and facility for many educational functions and community group meetings, including a weekly Life Drawing class, monthly board meetings of the 18b Las Vegas Arts District Neighborhood Association, the Las Vegas Sculpture Park, UNLV, and local high school student art exhibitions, fund raiser events for notable local and national charities, and local creators of all sorts. We also provide a unique cultural venue for musical concerts, poetry readings, and live theatrical performances. Our portion of the Arts District also includes new developments on 1st & Main street, Union House and even the old Mission Linen Building!
Clay Arts Vegas was started in 2011 as a collaboration amongst artists living and working in the Las Vegas Area to celebrate clay and other three dimensional art. Their studio, gallery, shop, and educational space are all located in the Arts District of Las Vegas. The mission of Clay Arts Vegas is to increase the presence of three dimensional art in the arts district and burgeoning arts culture in Las Vegas. CAV is committed to supporting the professional ceramics community by offering studio and gallery space, and providing professional training of the highest quality. CAV also seeks to strengthen the sense of community by encouraging communication and collaboration among all artists in the Las Vegas area, regardless of medium. Last, CAV works to encourage artistic expression and growth in the entire Las Vegas community by providing a vibrant location for the promotion of three dimensional art and art education. The Victor F Keen Gallery is a part of Clay Arts Vegas (CAV) which showcases our resident and local artists and exposes our community to quality professional work from outside Las Vegas. By carefully curated shows of the highest caliber, CAV offers a venue to both view and purchase art, as well as to educate and broaden the understanding of our patrons. By having an informed and educated gallery staff CAV will help viewers appreciate and understand a broader spectrum of creativity. Our primary focus is on ceramics and sculptural art, also two-dimensional works which compliment it. The gallery is a meeting place for Las Vegas to share and expand the idea of art in the valley.
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.