12th Annual Spring ArtWalk in Summerlin
ArtWalk, Summerlin-Las Vegas’ largest and longest running juried show, takes place in the heart of Summerlin at Trails Village Center. Achored by VONS, CVS and Starbucks, the twice-annual Las Vegas art show is back for it's 12th edition. The center is located near Summerlin Parkway and Town Center Drive.
Several student & non-profit art groups will join the more than 73 artisan exhibitors through The Heart of Las Vegas Art program, designed to encourage and highlight artistic talent in Las Vegas youth by providing them with exhibition and promotion opportunities.
Works include metal, mixed media, oils, watercolors, photography, glass, jewelry, hand-painted fabrics and ceramics. Live entertainment and an active Kids Art Park will also be featured during ArtWalk.
When: Sunday, April 25, 2010
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Where: Trails Village Center
Age limit: All ages
Event posted March 8, 2010
Last updated March 8, 2010
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