Articles Tagged ‘art’

Reno’s Public Art

Reno’s Public Art April 29, 2012 | What's New | Read More
The City of Reno has a nice selection of public art scattered around the town. From graphic murals to statues of colorful fish, the city (which becomes Artown during the month of July) has been adding in more displays of art every year. Photo by Christina Nellemann

Nevada Discovery Museum (not just for kids)

Nevada Discovery Museum (not just for kids) January 27, 2012 | What's New | Read More
A group of small children were busily playing in the flowing water of the Truckee Connects interactive watershed, one of the exhibits at the Nevada Discovery Museum. A young mother came over to one of the boys to tell him it was time to open his birthday presents. Without looking up he forcefully told...

Funky Reno

Funky Reno January 4, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
A few years ago Reno was voted one of the funkiest cities in the U.S. It’s true that Reno is an interesting mix of gaming, family activities and alternative lifestyles, but what exactly makes it funky? There are some hidden and unexpected little places in Reno that cater to oddball art, interesting...

The Willow Reindeer of Highway 395

The Willow Reindeer of Highway 395 December 7, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Visitors driving down the main Reno thoroughfare of Virginia Street and Highway 395 into Carson City this holiday season may notice a few little visitors from the North Pole along the road. Several thousand school children and one man have built hundreds of willow branch reindeer covered in holiday lights,...