Las Vegas Arts Council

Historic Las Vegas Art Studio Tour

 
505.425.1085
lasvegasartscouncil.org
 

Visit our Gallery:

140 Bridge Street
Las Vegas, NM 87701

Old Town Las Vegas

Photo of Old Town Las Vegas by Julie Tumblety

 

2014 Historic Las Vegas Art Studio Tour

October 25-26, 2014, 10am - 5pm
Opening Reception, October 24, 2014, 5pm

The 2014 Historic Las Vegas Art Studio Tour is sponsored by the Las Vegas Arts Council (LVAC), and includes 40 tour stops featuring individual artist/artisan studios (painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber, photography, mixed media and more; New Mexico Highlands University visits to its fine arts studios and NMHU's nationally recognized media arts and foundry programs; United World College art studio visit; traditional Spanish Colonial art, youth art, street art and quilters exhibits; a variety of arts events; and local galleries.


Image (left): Iron Ladies, oil painting by Kimberly Reed-Deemer

Las Vegas, New Mexico boasts two historic downtowns; a historic restored Amtrak station; a Harvey House Hotel (The Castaneda, soon to be rennovated); The Plaza Hotel (situated on one of the most beautiful Plazas in the state); historic adobe and Victorian neighborhoods; a Carnegie Library; three colleges, including the only United World College in the U.S.; numerous locally-owned hotels, motels, restaurants, cafes and a microbrewery; over 900 homes and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places; 100 years of film and television history, from Tom Mix to Red Dawn, Paul, Longmire and Academy Award-winning No Country for Old Men; and many, many artists working in every form of art.

 

Image (right): Ceramics by Jane Warsaw

Las Vegas, New Mexico is located about 50 minutes due east of Santa Fe off of I-25 N at the University exit.

Stop by at the Arts Council Gallery, located at 140 Bridge Street, to see the tour preview and to pick up maps and tour brochures.

More information, directions, and maps are available at the LVAC website. Or call 505-425-1085 for more information.

 

Image (left): Tinwork by Gene Gurule

 

Visit the Calendar of Events Search Page for complete exhibit and performance information.

LAST MODIFIED: October 23, 2014

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