Jacobs Entertainment—the Colorado-based developer that purchased much of the neighborhood west of downtown, including the Sands and Gold Dust West casinos—last week installed four large Burning Man sculptures along Fourth Street, between West and Ralston Streets. I talked with...
African wild dogs, or painted dogs as they are sometimes known, are my passion. It’s only right that I do whatever I can to support wild dog conservation. I’ve been privileged to be able to support Painted Dog...
By Emily Cummins, Public Relations CoordinatorThinkThinkTHINK!Aiming to educate through art, Pittsburgh-based sculptor James West wants to challenge the public to step outside its comfort zone. To this end, his new cast bronze sculpture of Albert Einstein at the...
S ome call it progress. Some call it gentrification. In July, developer Jacobs Entertainment installed four new Burning Man sculptures in downtown Reno. Depending on where you’re coming from, these new works might strike you as key parts of...
Jacobs Entertainment announced today that two large sculptures will be added this fall to its Neon Line, a collection of outdoor art pieces along West Fourth Street. The artworks are part of the Colorado-based casino developer’s planned “live-work-play...
Today we’d like to introduce you to Jim West.Jim, we’d love to hear your story and how you got to where you are today both personally and as an artist.My teachers were always asking … Jimmy, Jimmy, are...
Installation view of the Fluxus gallery, “At the Border of Art and Life,” at the Museum of Modern Art (photo by Dessane Lopez Cassell/Hyperallergic)I know runners can under-train for a marathon, but until I visited the new supersize...