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Art and Artists

AIR DATE: November 7, 2003

A discussion of the evolution of art and artists in Las Vegas, how the Charleston Arts district is growing and maturing, where it is and how it operates, and the First Fridays link to the arts community.
  • Naomi Arin, owner of Dust Gallery and co-founder of First Fridays.
  • Diane Bush, Clark County Cultural Supervisor and President of the Contemporary Arts Collective, also a photographer.
  • Wes Myles, Vice-President of the Las Vegas Arts District Neighborhood Association and owner of the Arts Factory.
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