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  • Artists’ Top Five: Erin Stellmon

    Neon Museum – for a trip through Vegas history via the art form that they pushed the boundaries of. Best at dusk to see the collection in daylight and when the restored signs…

  • THE FILE: Interview with Jeffrey Augustine Songco

    Daniel Samaniego’s recent interview with former Bay Area-artist Jeffrey Augustine Songco. In March Songco, now based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, exhibited at SPRING/BREAK Art Show (NY) with The Society of 23’s Locker…

  • Artists’ Top Five: D.K. Sole

    This ongoing series features short lists of artists’ favorite things to do or see in Las Vegas.    1. Bonnie Springs Ranch: the area around the duck pond and restaurant. This is…

  • Spring 2018 Exhibitions and Events

    Las Vegas 11 Artists, 10 Prints, 1 Museum at MCQ Fine Art downtown. Exhibition and event celebrating the publication of a fine art print portfolio featuring ten (10) unique prints by eleven (11) Las Vegas artists,…

  • Artists’ Top Five: Audrey Barcio

    Dear Las Vegas, We had good times together, I remember that feeling I had the first time a flight attendant announced, “If Las Vegas is your home, welcome home.”  I walked off…

  • Artists’ Top Five: Noelle Garcia

    Red Rock Loop (hiking, picnicking or just a scenic drive) Driving down the strip (starting on LV Blvd. near Town Square and ending at Fremont Street.) Observing and commenting on neon, signage,…

  • Artists’ Top Five: Michael Ogilvie

    Top Five Favorite things about Vegas: 1.)    Family and friends: wife, siblings, in-laws and friends. This is the good Vegas for me. 2.)    Mt. Charleston: after a fresh rain, a hike up the mountain…

  • Artists’ Top Five: Elizabeth Blau

     Top 5 things to do or go see in Las Vegas My focus will be on the public arts organizations (and one-non-profit) that work so hard, often hang on by a thread,…

  • Artists’ Top Five: Marc Dombrosky

    1. Latinos Who Lunch. If you’re not listening to FavyFav and Babelito’s groundbreaking podcast, well, you should. Get. in. formation. 2. Nostalgia. When we lived in town, numerous locals (Brian Porray was the first,…

  • Drive-thru Time Machine: A Conversation with Allison Wiese

    by Andreana Donahue   I had the opportunity this summer to sit down with San Diego-based interdisciplinary artist and educator Allison Wiese while she was in residence at the Neon Museum studio…