Tag: Laura Henkel

Sex Gender Love Therapy

I am delighted to share my knowledge and wisdom of sexuality, gender, and erotic expression with those seeking to enrich their own personal experience from

Petals exhibition by Nick Karras

To Build A Museum

To Build A Museum documents the academic and professional  journey that led me to build a museum. My Doctorate of Philosophy – Erotology dissertation was phenomenological.

Ascension by The Wall Saints, Photography by Wade Vandervort, Las Vegas Weekly

Stunning New Installation

The Wall Saints – Vegas pop artists SNIPT and ToneCastle – debut ASCENSION, a stunning new 3D installation at Soho Lofts on Las Vegas Boulevard.

The Wall Saints

The Wall Saints

It is an absolutely joy to collaborate with The Wall Saints, a fine art and mural design collective based in Las Vegas, Nevada. The collective

Smallworks Press Publications

Ebook Editions

For several months, I have been serving in the capacity of Managing Editor for Smallworks Press to create ebook editions for Compass of the Ephemeral,

Sunrises in Sausalito, Laura Henkel Photography

Laura Henkel Photography

I have had the opportunity to work on Laura Henkel Photography and organize some of my favorite photos. Like so many professionals, I am always so

Las Vegas Street Art mural hunt explores downtown Las Vegas.

Street Art Las Vegas Mural Hunt

ArtCulture PR has been instrumental in facilitating the release of Street Art Las Vegas by William Shea and Patrick Lai on behalf of Smallworks Press. From naming

ONE | Nanda Sharif-pour

Kayhan Life features ONE, an installation by Iranian-American artist Nanda Sharif-pour, featuring the poem Bani Adam (Persian: بنی آدم; translation: Children of Adam).  > Read More    

New Mural at The Neon Museum

Neon Museum visitors can now view a new mural from acclaimed Las Vegas artist James Stanford. Across the street from the Neon Boneyard, the 154-foot

Artnet News Interview

On this week’s episode of The Art Angle with Andrew Goldstein, Burning Man co-founder and photographer Will Roger conveys the magic of the (almost) anything-goes