SPONSORED: Art Paws has put a pause on their live event, but will feature a virtual event July 19 packed with fun.
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Hundreds of Artown presenters have been working around venue closures and social isolation, adapting their output to a new reality.
Artown announced plans for the Lear Theater, including a possible 45 to 50-unit apartment building, at a recent festival press conference.
On Monday June 8, Artown organizers held a virtual press conference with local media to announce this year’s events.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this summer’s Artown will see only 300 events with fewer in-person events and none at Wingfield Park.
TheatreWorks of Northern Nevada holds auditions for its Artown production of “The Wizard of OZ” on Tuesday, April 28 via ZOOM.
“LOVE,” a free-standing word sculpture that debuted at the Burning Man counterculture arts festival, is scheduled to have a home outside Renown Regional Medical Center the next few months.
This year, Sierra Nevada Ballet brought fun and elegance to Reno Artown. Their free “Dancing in the Park” event was on Tuesday at Wingfield Park.