Poetry Out Loud 2015

Poetry Out Loud The 2014-15 school year marks the 10th anniversary of the Poetry Out Loud program. Since 2005, nearly 2.5 million students from more than 7,300 high schools have participated in Poetry Out Loud. The 2015 National Finals will take place on April 28th and 29th at Lisner Auditorium on the George Washington University […]

The Swan Soiree Fundraiser

Continuing their rebellion against traditional hotel styling, the Morris Burner Hotel, located at 400 E. Fourth St., invited artists to adopt and reimagine old, lifeless prints of swans that used to hang in FItzgerald hotel rooms. The new, livelier collection is on display now throughout the hotel. All of the pieces are open for bidding […]


Letter of Interest About Us: The Gateway Project is a coalition of non-profits and community groups who are raising funds to bring a piece of art from Gary Gunderson to the City of Reno art collection.  Mr. Gunderson is the creator of Trillium. This year’s project will include an auction of 25 bicycle scaled and themed sculptures, […]

Only A Few Volunteers Spots Left For Brew Ha-Ha 2015

SIGN UP AS A BREW HAHA VOLUNTEER NOW Brew HaHa will take place on Friday, February 13th from 7-11:30 pm at the Nugget. VIP admission begins at 7 pm and General admission begins at 8 pm. We’d like to invite you to volunteer for this event. In return, you will get free admission. Select the position you would like to […]

“The Baltimore Waltz” Opens Friday the 16th at Bruka Theatre

\ This is Paula Vogel’s daringly comic and heart-stirring theatrical eulogy to the brother she lost to AIDS. Winner of the Obie award, the author went on to win a Pulitzer Prize for her Play, How I Learned To Drive, which was coincidentally directed by Neace at Brüka in 2012. The play begins as Anna is diagnosed […]