The Rancho San Rafael Regional Park Visitor’s Center presents One Is Silver, the Other Is Gold: Celebrating 25 Years of Nevada Folklife Apprenticeships through May 29. The exhibit features 22 artists who have received grant support as master or apprentice artists in folk traditions.
The artists come from a range of tribal, ethnic, cultural and occupational groups found throughout Nevada in both rural and urban communities. The artists are among indigenous Paiute, Shoshone and Washoe peoples, and skilled ranchers, miners, loggers and railroad workers.
Art forms in the exhibit include: Polish wycinanki (paper cutting), Oaxacan embroidery for traditional dance costumes, twisted horsehair rope and horse tack, Washoe basketry, Ukrainian pysanky (egg painting) and saddle-making.
The exhibit, organized by the Nevada Arts Council, is part of the Nevada Touring Initiative–Traveling Exhibition Program.
The exhibit has also been selected to be a Nevada Sesquicentennial (Nevada 150) Program and Exhibit.
Where: Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, 1595 North Sierra Street, Reno
When: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. daily through May 29
Contact: Park Ranger Marie Fong (775) 785-4512 x104
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