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Recent Projects

ONE | Bani Adam

ONE by Iranian-American artist and refugee Nanda Sharif-pour, uses art to inspire kindness, reflection, equality and unity during these times of global political and social unrest.  Sharif-pour’s installation invites audiences to engage with the poem “Bani Adam” (Persian: بنی آدم; meaning

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Curating at Quivx

Laura Henkel will be curating art installations at the Quivx Building. The Quivx Building, formerly known at the S2 Building,

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All Art Is Erotic

Titillation is a pillar of Las Vegas culture and hardly elicits a raised eyebrow throughout the Valley, but the annual

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Many Facets

Some say art imitates life. In the case of James Stanford, it is difficult to separate his life from his

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Shimmering Zen

American artist James Stanford presents Shimmering Zen, an extraordinary new exhibition of Contemporary Buddhist art, featuring modern mandalas that premieres

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About Us

Forward-thinking and versatile project management specializing in comprehensive programming and creative strategies designed to deliver strong equity and cultural relevance.

Press Highlights

Lost Vegas Hosts Persian Poet Saadi (2020)

As the Covid-19 pandemic pushes the United States and much of the rest of the world into lockdown, a public art installation in Las Vegas by the Iranian-American artist and refugee Nanda Sharif-pour is using art to inspire kindness, reflection, equality, and unity during these difficult times.

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James Stanford: The Interview (2020)

In the following interview we speak with American artist, photographer and entrepreneur James Stanford.

A pioneer in the digital arts movement, leader in the development of the Las Vegas arts community, founder of his own publishing house, and devout Buddhist artist,

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David Tupaz’s Spiritual and Wearable Art (2018)

Britney Spears made her solo debut, David Bowie his final public appearance and this year, David Tupaz showed his designs at Fashion Week at the Manhattan Center, an ornate, venue whose majestic, hand-painted ceiling provides a firmament for artists and patrons.

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