Community Projects

For a look into how artists are responding to their new reality in isolation in Las Vegas, listen to this conversation between artists Justin Favela and Brent Holmes.

The Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art is posting daily drawing prompts on their Instagram page until the final day of the Nevada shutdown.

Fergusons Downtown is hosting live streams with local musicians and providing a space where you can directly support them. Their Market in The Alley has also gone virtual.

For writing prompts, visit our Clark County Poet Laureate, Heather Lang-Cassera who is posting daily prompts on her social media during National Poetry Month.

Neon Lit has gone digital. Catch their March readings here. On April 24, a live reading will take place on Zoom. Stay tuned for details here.

Women’s Research Institute of Nevada has launched a podcast, Viva Las Visionaries. Listen here.

Learn about the famous signs in The Neon Museum’s boneyard in this virtual tour: You’ll need the perfect password: Neon.

While The Mob Museum remains closed, their website is a rich resource, while their free mobile app is also full of interactive elements. Visit

For more museums, Google has compiled a comprehensive list of online museum tours.

Studio110LV has converted their art space to craft face masks for the community for free. Support their endeavor and learn more here.

Mothership Coffee Roasters is hosting live music sessions on Sundays 10AM-3PM on Facebook.

In Las Vegas, The JAM LV is hosting an open mic live on Instagram every Monday at 9 pm PST. Meanwhile, Piranha is hosting digital drag shows.

Imagination Found is collecting the creativity that has emerged in our lives as a result of social distancing on Instagram.

The New York Times has published a comic by Kristen Radtke on human touch, Skin Hunger

The New York Times is also compiling all op-arts on the subject into this beautiful “Art in Isolation’ section: