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EVERY ARTIST. EVERY EVENT. EVERY HOUR. This Little Book of Artown 2009 is your pocket guide through the city of art. Use these handy icons to find your favorites events fast and you won’t miss a thing.

The calendar section will help you plan your Artown experience day-by-day. Or, refer to the front of the book for ongoing events and workshops. Be sure to visit renoisartown.com for more details.


ONGOING events

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2009 ALL ABOUT RENO-TAHOE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW

Brilliant Photography of Reno-Tahoe area by well established artists — Mark Harmon, Mark Vollmer and Henry Egghart Alexandratos Gallery Annex • 100 W. Liberty St., #150 • 762-4811 • art-nv.com/events.asp • FREE

ANNIE HOOKER EXHIBITION

Paintings by Annie Hooker at Metro Gallery.

Metro Gallery, Reno City Hall • 1 E. 1st St. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

ART FOR HEALING

Original works of fine watercolor art for viewing or purchase

Renown Rehabilitation Hospital • 10101 Double R Blvd. • 250-2673 • sierrawatercolor.com • FREE

ART SLAVES 2009

Enjoy fine art from Northern Nevada’s advertising professionals.

Amendment 21 Grill & Sports Bar • 425 S. Virginia St. • 412-1876 • a2n2.com • FREE

AT THE SOUND OF THE BELL: THE JACK JOHNSON STORY

An exhibit that will launch the centennial commemoration of the Jack Johnson versus Jeffries (The Great White Hope) held in Reno on July 4, 1910. African American Cultural Center • Historic Bethel, 220 Bell St. • 331-7006 • FREE

BLACK ROCK PRESS BOOK ARTS SHOW

The Black Rock Press bookmaking class exhibits their final projects.

McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

BLING A STRING: AN ART PROJECT

Twelve violins are given a second life, as some of Northern Nevada’s most talented artists transform them into unique objects of art. Various times and locations • 323-6393 • renophilharmonic.com • FREE


ONGOING events BOOK ARTS: FUSING WORDS WITH VISUAL IMAGINATION — STUDENT EXHIBIT

Exhibit by book arts students of the Black Rock Press, Art Dept., UNR, curated by Robert Blesse, Dir., Black Rock Press. McNamara Gallery, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 682-5660 • FREE

BOOK ARTS: FUSING WORDS WITH VISUAL IMAGINATION — SPECIAL COLLECTIONS BOOK ARTS EXHIBIT

Ongoing exhibit from the Book Arts Collection of the Special Collections Department. Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, Rm. 310 • UNR Campus • 682-5660 • FREE

DISCOVER THE ARTS

Every Wednesday, this educational series gives kids ages 6-12 an experience in the arts. Includes an art project from Sierra Arts, VSAarts or the Nevada Museum of Art. Some reservations required. Sponsored by the Northern Nevada Dairymen, Lemelson Education & Assistance Program and Chartrand Foundation. Various times and locations throughout Reno • See daily listings • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

DUSTY ROADS ARTISTS TRAIL EXHIBIT

This traveling exhibit features artists who work, live and/or create among the pinons and sagebrush of rural Nevada. TMCC Main Event Gallery • 7000 Dandini Blvd. • 847-7774 • stmarysartcenter.org • FREE

EVEN IN AFRICA PAINTINGS BY ROBERT CINKEL

Automobiles in intriguing locales, from a starry night in the Nevada desert, to India, Egypt and “even in Africa.” National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org • FREE

FLEISCHMANN PLANETARIUM & SCIENCE CENTER Various times and days • Fleischmann Planetarium & Science Center • UNR Campus • 784-4812 • planetarium.unr.edu • $4 - $12

DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

SPONTANEOUS FANTASIA

PINK FLOYD’S “THE WALL”

U2

The legendary classic rock album, in digital animation on the full-dome of the Planetarium.

A full-color digital show new to the Planetarium.

A live interactive show in the full-dome theater bringing paintings and music to life. The music of U2 animated and shown in the full-dome theater.


ONGOING events

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FLOWERS TO FORM EXHIBITION

Carol Brown printmaking exhibition “Flowers to Form.”

Southside Cultural Center • 190 E. Liberty St. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

FROM THE UNKNOWN TO THE KNOWN

Current watercolor students in the Truckee Meadows Community College present their peices in the library gallery. Spanish Springs Library • 7100 Pyramid Way • 424-1800 • washoe.lib.nv.us • FREE

GREG LONDON ICONMAN

Master Impressionist Greg London is working out his pop/rock demons with his show “ICONMAN” at Harrah’s Reno. His critically acclaimed show features a vast array of pop Icons. Sammy’s Showroom at Harrah’s Reno • 219 N. Center St. • 788-2900 • harrahsreno.com • $31.95 – $36.95

HERE AND THERE, NOW AND THEN

Art exhibit by famed Latimer Art Club. Some sales will benefit scholarships.

First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • FREE

JULY AT STREMMEL GALLERY

Visitors to the gallery will enjoy a special selection of artists featuring sculpture, paintings and installations. Stremmel Gallery • 1400 S. Virginia St. • 786-0558 • stemmelgallery.com • FREE

KEN VOLZ EXHIBITION

Exhibition of Ken Volz’ work at the Southside Cultural Center.

Southside Cultural Center • 190 E. Liberty St. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

MOMENTS OF MEMORY: “ART FROM THE HEARTS OF ALZHEIMER’S ARTISTS”

Award-winning Alzheimer’s Art. An experience to remember, remember to experience it! The Arbors • 2121 E. Prater Way • 848-4787 • momentsofmemory.org • FREE


ONGOING events MOVIE CARS: CINEMATIC STARS ON WHEELS EXHIBIT

Superstars of the screen or simply background props, people are passionate about movie cars. National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org • $4 – $10

NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $1 – $10

FACES: CHUCK CLOSE AND CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITURE

A leading figure in contemporary American art, Chuck Close has reinvigorated the field of modern portraiture. HELEN LUNDEBERG: THE HISTORY OF TRANSPORTATION

Detailed study for a mural, illustrating the history of the transportation era. JENNIFER STEINKAMP: FLY TO MARS

Among today’s best-known contemporary artists, Jennifer Steinkamp creates a computer-animated projection of a tree cycling through the four seasons. THE GRID: BERND AND HILLA BECHER

Large-format camera photographs of hundreds of industrial structures. TUAN PHAN: ROOT|BOUND

Vietnamese-American artist considers the human body to be a metaphorical map that charts the course of personal journeys. UNLOCKING AN ARCHIVE: MICHAEL HEIZER AND WALTER DE MARIA

The first view of documents, posters and photographs from artists who pioneered the Earthworks movement of the late 1960s.


ONGOING events

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NEVADA KALEIDOSCOPE

Scenic Nevada presents Nevada Kaleidoscope: the original artwork of 6 Nevada “Quickdraw” artists. Museum Towers • 100 W. Liberty St. • 329-3117 • scenicnevada.org • FREE

ON THE ROAD WITH ALICE RAMSEY EXHIBIT

Alice drove into history and claimed the title of the first woman to drive coast-to-coast. This is the story of her travels through Nevada in 1909. National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org • FREE

ORDINARY: A COLLECTION OF ANONYMOUS SNAPSHOTS

Exhibit and sale of 20th century snapshots by unknown photographers.

Think: Arts & Architecture Bookstore • 1400 S. Virginia St. • 337-6477 • digmodern.com/category/more.events.ordinary • FREE

PAN PANTOJA EXHIBIT

Two and three dimensional works by Pan Pantoja feature figurative studies.

McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

QUILTS IN THE LIBRARY — QUILTS OF MANY COLORS

Enjoy hundreds of quilts in the Downtown Reno Library.

Downtown Reno Library • 301 S. Center St. • 327-8300 • geocities.com/tmqnewspatch • FREE

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND

Enjoy the sounds of the Reno Municipal Band at Wingfield Park. Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 657-4630 • FREE

ROCKIN’ OUT

Artists interpret Nevada’s oldest art, petroglyphs of the ancient Native Americans. Artists Co-Op of Reno Gallery • 627 Mill St. • 673-6278 • FREE

STEVE CARAWAY EXHIBITION

Steve Caraway Exhibition at Metro Gallery.

7/24, 7/27 - 7/31 • Metro Gallery, Reno City Hall • 1 E. 1st St. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE


ONGOING events THE COLORFUL JOURNEY — BOOK READING

Join Artists Meredith Tanzer and Tiffany Mayorga reading from their book “Artsy and Fartsy’s Colorful Journey.” 7/9, 7/11, 7/14, 7/30 • La Bussola & Center Gallery • 254 W. 1st St. • 348-8858 • 2by2creations.com • FREE

THE COLORFUL JOURNEY EXHIBIT

An interactive exhibit creating art based off of a book project created by Tiffany Mayorga and Meredith Tanzer La Bussola & Center Gallery • 254 W. 1st St. • 348-8858 • 2by2creations.com • FREE

THE LINGO OF OUR CALLING: THE LEGACY OF COWBOY POETRY

Exhibit depicts the artistry of ranching culture in the West. Includes poems, paintings, photos and films. Children under 12 Free. Sparks Heritage Museum • 814 Victorian Ave. • 355-1144 • sparksmuseum.org • $5

THE PLAY DOUGH PROJECT

Come enjoy the tiny creations created by many different people of all ages in our community.

Beginning 7/6 • La Bussola & Center Gallery • 254 W. 1st St. • 348-8858 • 2by2creations.com • FREE

TIME PERIOD BY LARA ALBERTI

Lara works with notions of time and old clocks pieces.

McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

UNDER THE ROOF AT THE LAKE MANSION

Look under the Lake Mansion’s historic 1877 roof to see how modern terra cotta roof tiles are transformed into works of art. VSA arts of Nevada at Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 • vsanevada.org • FREE

VISUAL ARTS EXHIBIT: FROM PLAYA TO RUNWAY

Display of artwork only seen on the Black Rock City playa.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

WILD RIVER GRILLE LIVE PATIO CONCERT

Enjoy live music while you drink and dine alfresco on Wild River Grille’s riverfront patio. Wild River Grille • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • 284-7455 • wildrivergrille.com • FREE


WORKSHOPS

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ART AFTERNOON: WORKSHOP AND SOCIAL FOR SENIORS

Seniors are invited to participate in this interactive and affordable guided tour and studio art class. 7/10 • 1PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $5 – $6

ART AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING

See how art can be integrated with sustainable building features such as earth plaster, recycled tile and acidstained solar-heated floors.

7/1, 7/16, 7/19, 7/25 • Times vary • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • Suggested $10 donation.

ART KITES FOR KIDS

Bring the kids to decorate and fly the colorful kites they’ve created! Kites and art supplies are complimentary. 1PM • Somersett East Park • 1900 Park Hollow Ct. • 787-4500 • somersett.com • FREE

ARTISTREE STUDIO ON-GOING GALLERY EXHIBIT AND JULY WORKSHOPS

ArtisTree workshops allow your creativity to flow. ArtisTree is a gallery and hands-on art studio.

Daily • 10AM • ArtisTree Studio • 3590 W. Plumb Ln., Ste. C • 348-1555 • artistreestudio.com • FREE

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM WORKSHOP

Art, music and poetry workshops 1-4p. Open Mic and Poetry Slam 4-7p.

7/4, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25 • 1PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st St. & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • FREE

BOOK ARTS:FUSING WORDS WITH VISUAL IMAGINATION — LECTURE & RECEPTION

Cultivating Artists’ Books: Experiment in Navigation by artist Charles Hobson. Reception precedes lecture, 5-6p. 7/6 • 5PM • Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, Auditorium • UNR Campus • 682-5660 • FREE

DANCING AT THE MARKET

Come dance with us! Dance lessons themed on the World Music Series artists who perform that night.

7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29 • 5:15PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 702-271-8076 • FREE

HANDS/ON! SUNDAY FAMILY PROGRAM: BURNING MAN HULA HOOPS

Bring the entire family! Discover the Guardian of Eden sculpture then make your own hula hoop . 7/26 • 12PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • FREE

MAKE AND FLY AN ART KITE

Make and fly a simple art kite with colorful survey tape and water colors. Ages 5-12. 7/4 • 2PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $5


WORKSHOPS MANDALA MEDITATION DRAWING

Create your own personal mandala art piece for use in meditation.

7/25 • 3PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-3910 • riverschool.info • $15

MUSEUM SCHOOL CLASS: COLLOGRAPH

Discover one of the most textural and experimental printmaking techniques.

7/11, 7/18 • 10AM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $98 – $110

PRAISE EXPLOSION 2009 PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP

Performing Arts Workshop of Praise Dance, Step and Vocals/Choir for Children, Youth and Adults. 7/13-7/15 • 1PM • Grand Sierra Resort • 2500 E. 2nd St. • 826-6100 • $45 – $65

SIERRA ARTISTS GUILD OPEN STUDIO

Demonstrations of woodturning, pottery creation, making Japanese decorative paper, photography, painting and drawing. 7/18, 7/19 • 10AM • Campbell Art Studio and Gallery • 530 California Ave. • 425-4247 • FREE

SIZZLING HOT BELLY DANCING!

A four-part Belly Dancing class that teaches all the essentials and culminates in a performance.

7/2, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23 • 6PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-3910 • riverschool.info • $15

SMAC’S CONVERSATION WITH ARTISTS

SMACenter, along with Barnes and Noble Booksellers, present Carol Purroy, Patricia Scherer, Ray Freeman and Carol Grigus in this upclose series.

7/5, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26 • 2PM • Barnes and Noble Booksellers • 5555 S. Virginia St. • 852-9080 • stmarysartcenter.org • FREE

STAINED-GLASS ARTIST AND TOUR OF TRINITY’S WINDOWS

Kathleen Hallamore Glass Artist presentation of glass art form. Tour of Trinity stained-glass windows. 7/14 • 10:30AM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • FREE

TRASH OR TREASURE APPRAISAL FAIR

Experienced local art and antique appraisers will give verbal estimated values.

7/19 • 1PM • Sparks Heritage Museum • 814 Victorian Ave. • 624-0392 • sparksmuseum.org • $3

TRIBE VIBE FIRE DANCE CLASS AND PERFORMANCE

Take a class at 8p, practice with fire at 9p then watch Tribe Vibe dance at 10p.

Thursdays • 8PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $3 – $5


WORKSHOPS

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VSAarts VSAarts of Nevada at Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 826-6100 • vsanevada.org

3-DAY SUMMER ART CAMP IN SPARKS

Camp includes art, theater, creative movement and fun!

Starts 7/7, 7/21 • 9AM • Alf Sorenson Community Center • 1400 Baring Blvd. • Sparks • $50

4-DAY SUMMER ART CAMPS IN RENO

Camp includes art, theater, creative movement and fun! Starts 7/7, 7/14, 7/21, 7/28 • 9AM • $67

ART ADVENTURES FOR CHILDREN

Exlpore various art techniques and media each week including clay, watercolor, collage, pastels and more. 7/14, 7/21, 7/28 • 11:30AM • $40

CERAMICS FOR ADULTS

Explore hand building and glazing techniques while creating several one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 • 2:15PM • $125

CLAY, CLAY, CLAY

Explore hand building and glazing techniques while creating one of a kind clay pieces. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 • 12:30PM • $80

DISCOVERING YOUR CREATIVE SIDE

Discover your wonderful creativity and learn how to think outside the box in all areas of your life. 7/25 • 10AM • $55

DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS AM

Learn to draw or refine your existing skills while developing techniques to practice on your own. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 • 12:30PM • $65

DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS PM

Learn to draw or refine your existing skills while developing techniques to practice on your own. 7/22, 7/29 • 5PM • $80

FEEL AT HOME

Explore creative ways to make your home feel great!

7/16 • 6PM • VSA arts of Nevada at Lake Mansion • $45


WORKSHOPS FUNDAMENTALS OF DRAWING FOR CHILDREN

Learn to draw or refine existing skills while developing techniques to practice on your own. 7/15, 7/22, 7/29 • 11:30AM • $40

GLASS FUSION JEWELRY

Love a little “wearable” sparkle? Create your own necklaces with your original fused glass in this 2-day workshop. 7/21, 7/23 • 5:30PM • $65

GLASS FUSION

Learn to cut and fuse glass into beautiful finished items. Separate classes for ages 10+ and 15+. 7/22, 7/24 • 1:30PM • $50

KIDS ACTING

Learn to act while creating dialogue and skits through traditional improvisational methods. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 • 2:30PM • $60

PASTELS FOR ADULTS

Beginners learn the basics of painting still life and landscape in soft pastels. 7/20, 7/27 • 5PM • $95

MIXED MEDIA

Ignite imagination and creativity! Explore different mediums each week...paint, fabric, clay and more. 7/23, 7/30 • 11:30AM • $40

MOMMY (OR DADDY) AND ME ART CLASS

Nuture a love for art and strengthen your child’s creative process! Create one of a kind “masterpieces.” 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 • 10:30AM • $50

RAKU & HORSEHAIR FOR ADULTS

Raku is a type of uniquely patterned ceramics with the spectacular look that is unique to Raku. 7/11, 7/25 • 9:30AM • $130

WATERCOLOR FOR ADULTS

Explore the basics of various watercolor techniques and beyond while creating your own works of art. Mondays • 9:30AM • $125

START WITH THE ARTS

It’s never too soon to begin! Visual art, singing and creative movement explored every week. 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 • 9AM • $50


TOURS ARTWALK IN THE DISTRICT

Be enriched by the art and culture of Reno’s favorite district!

7/30 • 4PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 825-9255 • renoriver.org • FREE

AUDIO AND DOCENT GUIDED TOURS

Tour the Museum with a self-guided audio or docent-led tour free with price of ticket.

Times vary • National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org • FREE

BOOK ARTS: FUSING WORDS WITH VISUAL IMAGINATION — BLACK ROCK PRESS TOUR

Tour the Black Rock Press, Art Department at UNR. See printing and bookbinding demos by Dir. Bob Blesse and artist Katy Govan. 7/6 • 3PM • Black Rock Press, Jot Travis Building • UNR Campus • 682-5660 • FREE

GARDEN ART AT THE RIVER SCHOOL TOUR

View metal sculpture and high desert garden/edible plants along the river.

7/4, 7/19 • Times vary • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $10

GUIDED TOURS

Free with museum admission for adults and children. Guides discuss the art in a meaningful way with people all ages. Times vary • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • FREE

IDLEWILD TREE WALK: PHOTOGRAPHING TREES IN THE LANDSCAPE

Join local photographers for a walking tour of Idlewild Park and learn how to photograph trees in the landscape. 7/4, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25 • 9AM • Idlewild Tree Walk, Idlewild Park • California Building, 1000 Whitmore Ln. • 334-2270 • FREE

PUBLIC ART WALKING TOURS

Educational tour of exterior sculpture in downtown Reno led by Public Art program staff offers insight into the history of Reno’s public art collection. Tours lasts 50 minutes. Wear your walking shoes. Fridays • 12PM • City Plaza • Corner of 1st & Virginia St. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

SPANISH LANGUAGE GUIDED TOUR

Free with admission, a Spanish-speaking docent walks with visitors through the exhibitions.

7/25 • 2PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $1 – $10


TOURS HISTORIC RENO PRESERVATION SOCIETY historicreno.org

HISTORIC BIKE TOUR

Ride along quiet streets under a canopy of trees in Reno’s oldest neighborhoods. Helmets required. 7/5 • 9AM • My Favorite Muffin • 340 California Ave. • 323-0696 • $10

MANSIONS ON THE BLUFF TOUR

A historic walk through one of Reno’s most prestigious neighborhoods. 7/7 • 6PM • McCarran House • 401 Court St. • 856-3662 • $10

BEYOND THE ARCHES TOUR

Historic walk in Downtown Reno with emphasis on the early culture of gaming, divorce, immigartion. 7/11 • 9AM • National Automobile Museum, Parking Lot • 10 S. Lake St. • 856-3662 • $10

POWNING ADDITION & LITTLE ITALY TOUR

Discover the vernacular neighborhood that is the Powning Addition and Reno’s Little Italy. 7/14 • 6PM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 329-0149 • $10

NEWLANDS NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR

An architectural walk through one of Reno’s oldest and most prestigious neighborhoods. 7/18 • 9AM • My Favorite Muffin • 340 California Ave. • 747-4478 • $10

CAUGHLIN RANCH HOUSE OPEN HOUSE TOUR

Crissie Caughlin Ranch tour and open house of the ranch house and grounds 7/18 • 11AM • Caughlin Ranch House • 3636 Mayberry Dr. • 747-0340 • $10

UNIVERSITY NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR

A walk through the historic neighborhood south of the campus with its Queen Anne homes and bungalows. 7/21 • 6PM • University Steps at Lake Street • 9th St. & Lake St. • 746-3252 • $10

PARSON/MILLS ARCHITECTURE TOUR

Historic walk to view homes designed by famous architects Ed Parsons and Russell Mills. 7/25 • 9AM • Streets of Reno • Corner of Marsh & LaRue Ave. • 853-3414 • $10

BIKE TOUR THROUGH OLD RENO

Bike ride through the most historic parts of Reno. Helmets required.

7/26 • 9AM • My Favorite Muffin • 340 California Ave. • 323-0696 • $10

EL RENO APARTMENT HOMES TOUR

See the original site of these charming and unique homes, and view seven of them at their new locations. 7/28 • 6PM • Statewide Lighting Parking Lot • 1311 S. Virginia St. • 322-9400 • $10


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ARTOWN 2009 OPENING EXTRAVAGANZA Opening Night’s celebration kicks off with Discover Gelatin Prints, a Discover the Arts workshop, with Artown poster artist Candace Nicol at 2PM in West Street Market. The fun continues with face-painting for 260 children with Body Masterpiece at West Wingfield Park at 4PM. Children are transformed into butterflies, super heroes and wild animals. Call 322-1538 to reserve your child’s spot. Children then proceed under the Arlington Ave. bridge to the Wingfield Park Amphitheater. At 7PM ICONMAN Greg London joins the opening ceremonies with musical impersonations. Headliner Richie Havens, the artist that opened Woodstock in 1969, continues the celebration at at 7:30PM. Sponsored by City of Reno Arts and Cultural Commission, Friends of Artown and MomsLikeMe.com. • www.renoisartown.com • 322-1538.

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DISCOVER GELATIN PRINTS

Create prints with the Artown Artist Candace Nicol.

2PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st St. & 2nd St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

FACE PAINTING

Body Masterpiece transforms your child’s face for the opening of Artown. Festivities begin in West Wingfield Park, across Arlington from the amphitheater. Reservations required. 4PM • West Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

GREG LONDON ICONMAN

Master impressionist shares his impersonations.

7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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7:30PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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Opening ceremonies with Richie Havens, the voice that opened Woodstock in 1969.

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BLING A STRING: RECEPTION

Twelve violins are given a second life, as some of Northern Nevada’s most talented artists transform them into unique objects of art. 7PM • Sierra Arts Gallery • 17 S. Virginia St. • 323-6393 • renophilharmonic.com • FREE

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DISCOVER THE LAKE MANSION

Explore historic Lake Mansion, take a journey back in time with Young Chautauqua and an art project. Call to reserve your spot. 9:30AM • VSA arts of Nevada at Lake Mansion • 250 Court St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

FIRST THURSDAY

Join the Nevada Museum of Art for refreshments and live music. Free for Museum members. 5PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $1 – $10

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale.

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6PM • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada • 780 Del Monte Ln. • 851-7100 • renolittletheater.org • $5 – $8

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7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

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Squeek Steel Piano Ragtime All the Time, with special guest “Washboard” Kitty!

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS: PEACE — A STUDY OF AQUARIUM LIFE

Artist Jessica Novelly experiments with latex house paint applied to masonite.

7PM • Fairly Grounded Coffee and Tea • 3366 Lakeside Ct. • 827-4542 • fairlygrounded.com • FREE

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7:30PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. 4th St. • 786-6460 • studio4th.com • $3

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Join emerging new artists showing their work and live music.

DANCING IN THE PARK: WING & A PRAYER

Wings on the Water 2009: new contemporary dance works designed for family viewing. 8PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 323-0766 • wnpdance.org • FREE

A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

FRIDAY:3

6 7

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

8

PATRIOTIC SONGS AT THE AIRPORT

9 10 11

READERS THEATER: “THE GIN GAME” DISCOVER THE “HIDDEN SWAN”

12PM 1PM 1PM 1:30PM

12

ARTOWN POETRY SLAM

4PM

13

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

5PM

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

6PM

14 15 16

JAZZ SUPPER CLUB: A SOIREE

17 18

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “BEAUTY AND THE BEAST”

9PM

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

9PM

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FILM

VISUAL

6PM

SEASCAPE

19

DANCE

7:30PM

THEATER

HISTORY

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

Every Friday in July at noon Pipes on the River Classical Music for all ages.

12PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • FREE

CULTURAL

PATRIOTIC SONGS AT THE AIRPORT

Teen singer Anne Marie performs patriotic music mixed with pop, R&B, country and showtunes.

1PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE FAMILY

READERS THEATER: “THE GIN GAME”

This play uses a card game as a metaphor for life in all of its idiocyncracies. (RATED R) 1PM • Sparks Library • 1125 12th St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

SPECIAL


1

DISCOVER THE “HIDDEN SWAN”

2

1:30PM • Miguel Ribera Park • 3905 Neil Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

4

Local author Anna-Marie Squailia presents her tale of an ugly duckling that learns about true value. ARTOWN POETRY SLAM

Open Mic and Poetry Slam 4-7p. Poetry-is-on-athon 11p.

4PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • FREE

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

Music series featuring local and regional bands festival-style on the banks of the Truckee. 5PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 • newsreview.com/reno • FREE

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale.

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6PM • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada • 780 Del Monte Ln. • 851-7100 • renolittletheater.org • $5 – $8

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JAZZ SUPPER CLUB: A SOIREE

15

Recreating the African American Jazz Supper Club with food, wine and hot jazz headliners and local talent. 6PM • African American Cultural Center • Historic Bethel, 220 Bell St. • 331-7006 • $35 – $65

SEASCAPE

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin. 7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13)

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8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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MOVIES IN THE PARK: “BEAUTY AND THE BEAST”

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Disney’s animated musical story of Belle, a beautiful girl who falls in love with a fearsome Beast. Sponsored by University of Phoenix and Goldcorp, Inc. 9PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

Local bands Days No Different and All Day Drive perform. All ages.

9PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 354-5711 • renopassport.com • Suggested $5 donation.

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1 2 3 4 5

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

SATURDAY:4

6 7

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

8

SEASCAPE

3PM

9

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

4PM

POETRY FILM DOUBLE FEATURE

7PM

FULL MOON DRUM AND DANCE CIRCLE

9PM

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1PM

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

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FILM

VISUAL

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale. 1PM • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada • 780 Del Monte Ln. • 851-7100 • renolittletheater.org • $5 – $8

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DANCE

SEASCAPE

THEATER

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin.

3PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

HISTORY

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

Open Mic and Poetry Slam.

4PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • FREE

CULTURAL

POETRY FILM DOUBLE FEATURE

“Slam” and “The Cruise” (RATED R)

7PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • Suggested $5 donation. FAMILY

FULL MOON DRUM AND DANCE CIRCLE

Drum, dance, sing, chant and jam around a fire along the banks of the Truckee River. 9PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $5

SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

SUNDAY:5

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ROCKIN’ OUT RECEPTION

11AM

7

CELTIC FOREST

2PM

8

“PATRIOTIC MUSIC” A FAMILY AFFAIR

4PM

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

6PM

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ROCKIN’ OUT RECEPTION

12

Reception with Nevada Rock Art Foundation and artists to show their interpretation of an ancient art.

13

11AM • Artists Co-Op of Reno Gallery • 627 Mill St. • 322-8896 • FREE

14

CELTIC FOREST

15

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

2PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

“PATRIOTIC MUSIC” A FAMILY AFFAIR

The MasterWorks Chorale presents patriotic music and fun for the whole family.

4PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-1940 • themasterworkschorale.org • FREE

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

For the Love of Jazz presents the Reno Jazz Orchestra.

6PM • Sands Regency Poolside • 345 N. Arlington Ave. • 851-2602 • reno-jazz.org • FREE

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RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

MONDAY:6

DISCOVER HUDSON VAGABOND PUPPETS

9:30AM

BOOK ARTS: FUSING WORDS WITH VISUAL IMAGINATION — SPECIAL COLLECTIONS BOOK ARTS EXHIBIT

3PM

KIDSCAPE IMPROVISATION TROUPE

4PM

2009 RENO IDOL COMPETITION

6PM

FAMILY SERIES: FERDINAND THE BULL MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: WILLIAM JOSEPH

DANCE

FILM

7PM 7:30PM

DISCOVER HUDSON VAGABOND PUPPETS

VISUAL

Giant puppet masters demonstrate the puppetry arts and involve the kids in their own magical puppet work. 9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

BOOK ARTS: FUSING WORDS WITH VISUAL IMAGINATION — SPECIAL COLLECTIONS BOOK ARTS EXHIBIT

THEATER

A hands-on display of fine bookmaking and artists’ books with informal commentary by visiting artist Charles Hobson. 3PM • Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, Rm. 310 • UNR Campus • 682-5660 • FREE

KIDSCAPE IMPROVISATION TROUPE

HISTORY

Seen “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” KidScape Productions brings laughs and fun as players create skits and scenes right before your very eyes! In the park before Family Series. 4PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 787-3900 • kidscapeproductions.com • FREE

2009 RENO IDOL COMPETITION

CULTURAL

A dream will come true for a local youth when he or she is recognized as the 2009 Reno Idol.

6PM • Eldorado Hotel and Casino Showroom • 345 N. Virginia St. • 657-4640 • eldoradoreno.com • $10

FAMILY SERIES: FERDINAND THE BULL

The larger-than-life Hudson Vagabond Puppets perform “Ferdinand the Bull,” the story of a bull that just won’t fight. Sponsored by John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, MomsLikeMe.com, Tahoe Creamery, Target Community and Thelma and Thomas Hart Foundation.

FAMILY

7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

SPECIAL


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MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: WILLIAM JOSEPH

Moving. Memorable. Inspiring. That’s the sound of pianist William Joseph who plays his own brand of “classical pop.” Sponsored by Charles Schwab Bank, Terra West Property Management, Washoe County and Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation. 7:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

7 8

TUESDAY:7 DISCOVER HARP AND VIBE

9 10 9:30AM

READERS THEATER: “DADDY’S DYIN’ (WHO’S GOT THE WILL)

11 12

1PM

13

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

4:30PM

14

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

5:30PM

CELTIC FOREST

6PM

SWEET VIBRATIONS: TOCCATA CHORUS & ORCHESTRA

7PM

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DISCOVER HARP AND VIBE

Hear and learn with musicians from the Reno Philharmonic.

9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

READERS THEATER: “DADDY’S DYIN’ (WHO’S GOT THE WILL)

Highly comical rebirth of the spirit of a west Texas family unit, even though the patriarch is dying.

1PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

Relax after a tough day at work with the Reno Municipal Band.

4:30PM • City Plaza • Corner of 1st & Virginia St. • 657-4630 • FREE

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale. 5:30PM • North Valleys Library • 1075 North Hills Blvd. • 345-6724 • renolittletheater.org • FREE

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1 2 3 4

CELTIC FOREST

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

5

6PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

6

SWEET VIBRATIONS: TOCCATA CHORUS & ORCHESTRA

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A Celebration of All-American Composers

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

FILM

WEDNESDAY:8 DISCOVER MODERN DANCE

15

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: THE WAILING SOULS

7PM

16

HAMLET/2

7PM

17

THE LIFE OF BOB MARLEY

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DANCE

7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

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MUSIC

9:30AM

9:30PM

VISUAL

THEATER

DISCOVER MODERN DANCE

Wing & A Prayer Dance Company will conduct an Introduction to Movement.

9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: THE WAILING SOULS

HISTORY

The Wailing Souls have ridden the crest of Jamaica’s reggae music for more than four decades. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset and Friends of Artown.

7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • Suggested $10 donation.

CULTURAL

HAMLET/2

The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13) 7PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

FAMILY

THE LIFE OF BOB MARLEY

Roger Steffens’ “The Life of Bob Marley”: unreleased recordings, photographs, film & video of The Reggae King. 9:30PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 560-5337 • hermosacrecords.com/marley/marleyindex.html • FREE

SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

THURSDAY:9

3 4 5

DISCOVER THE NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

10AM

RENO YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA

4PM

THE COLORFUL JOURNEY RECEPTION

5PM

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

5:30PM

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THE COLLECTIVE

7PM

NEVADA CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL IN JULY

7PM

13

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS: OUT OF TOWN — A STUDY OF LIGHT

7PM

14

REDROCK CELEBRATES WOMEN’S ART

7PM

DANCING IN THE PARK: CREATIVE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

8PM

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

DISCOVER THE NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

A tour of the galleries followed by hands-on projects.

10AM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

RENO YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA

An ensemble of middle and high school musicians dedicated to jazz.

4PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

THE COLORFUL JOURNEY RECEPTION

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La Bussola will launch Reno’s first artist coloring book. Join artists reading “Artsy & Fartsy’s Colorful Journey.” Do an interactive art project.

26

5PM • La Bussola & Center Gallery • 254 W. 1st St. • 348-8858 • 2by2creations.com • FREE

28

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

29

5:30PM • South Valleys Library • 15650 Wedge Pkwy. • 345-6724 • renolittletheater.org • FREE

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Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale.

27

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1 2

MUSIC

3 4 5 6

DANCE

7 8 9 10

FILM

11

WEST STREET MARKET

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THE COLLECTIVE

Reno’s awesome and ever popular UNR Faculty Jazz Ensemble!

7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

NEVADA CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL IN JULY

A concert featuring world-class musicians from the acclaimed Nevada Chamber Music Festival.

7PM • Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 348-9413 • renochamberorchestra.org • FREE

Artist Amanda Latham’s work depicts a series of colorful farmland photos of Northern California. 7PM • Fairly Grounded Coffee and Tea • 3366 Lakeside Ct. • 827-4542 • fairlygrounded.com • FREE

22

REDROCK CELEBRATES WOMEN’S ART

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THEATER

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS: OUT OF TOWN — A STUDY OF LIGHT

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VISUAL

HISTORY

Three female artists showcased with their original artworks celebrating the strength, intelligence and artistic integrity of women everywhere! 7PM • RedRock Studio • 241 S. Sierra St. • 240-7619 • FREE

CULTURAL

DANCING IN THE PARK: CREATIVE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Opus Five is an evening-length dance concert featuring new lyrical, jazz, hip-hop and modern works. 8PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 882-8536 • myspace.com/cpacreno • FREE

A WOMAN IN MIND

FAMILY

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

FRIDAY:10

3 4 5

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

12PM

READERS THEATER: “DADDY’S DYIN’ (WHO’S GOT THE WILL)” DISCOVER RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

1PM 1:30PM

6 7 8 9 10

BEAUTY WITHOUT BORDERS

3PM

11

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

5PM

12

DANCEWORKS STUDIO

6PM

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

6PM

SEASCAPE

7:30PM

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CHRIS BOTTI

8PM

18

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

19

VORTEX: THE UN-BALLET THAT ROCKS

8:30PM

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “NORTH BY NORTHWEST”

9PM

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

9PM

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PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

25

12PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • FREE

27

Every Friday in July at noon Pipes on the River Classical Music for all ages.

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READERS THEATER: “DADDY’S DYIN’ (WHO’S GOT THE WILL)”

29

1PM • Sparks Library • 1125 12th St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

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Highly comical rebirth of the spirit of a west Texas family unit, even though the patriarch is dying.

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DISCOVER RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

MUSIC

Quintet ensemble concert followed by Maytan’s instrument petting zoo. Reservations required. 1:30PM • Miguel Ribera Park • 3905 Neil Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

BEAUTY WITHOUT BORDERS

DANCE

You will be amazed at this art show that features the creative talents of people with disabilities. 3PM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 333-9272 • washoearc.org • FREE

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ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

FILM

Music series featuring local and regional bands festival-style on the banks of the Truckee. 5PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 • newsreview.com/reno • FREE

DANCEWORKS STUDIO

VISUAL

A “Rising Stars” dance performance team.

6PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

THEATER

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale. 6PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 345-6724 • renolittletheater.org • $5 – $8

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SEASCAPE

HISTORY

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin. 7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

CHRIS BOTTI

CULTURAL

Gifted trumpeter, talented composer and charismatic contemporary jazz performer.

8PM • John Ascuaga’s Nugget Casino Resort • 1100 Nugget Ave. • 356-3325 • janugget.com • $55

A WOMAN IN MIND

FAMILY

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

SPECIAL


1 2

VORTEX: THE UN-BALLET THAT ROCKS

3

The beauty of ballet set to passionate music. (RATED PG-13)

8:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 762-5165 • avaballet.com • $10 – $15

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MOVIES IN THE PARK: “NORTH BY NORTHWEST”

Cary Grant, James Mason and Mount Rushmore star in this thriller — a Hitchcock masterpiece. Sponsored by University of Phoenix and Goldcorp, Inc. 9PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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ARTOWN AFTER DARK

11

Local bands Drinking with Clowns and In Head Audio perform. All ages.

9PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 354-5711 • renopassport.com • Suggested $5 donation.

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CHRIS BOTTI

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

SATURDAY:11

6

9 10 11 12 13 14

DANCE

DAY OF VISUAL ARTOWN

7 8

MUSIC

ART IN THE GARDEN YART SALE GIVING ART FRIENDS OF MCKINLEY ART SHOW AND SALE DOWNTOWN RENO COMIC AND SCI-FI ARTS FESTIVAL INSPIRED BY NATURE CHAIR-I-TEA PARTY AT ARLINGTON GARDENS

9AM 9AM 10AM 10AM 11AM 11AM 1PM

HIRISHFEST

10AM

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

1PM

16

ENVISION PERFORMING ARTS

3PM

17

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

4PM

18

POPS ON THE RIVER

5PM

METACOMEDY AND THE ART OF COMING OUT

6PM

15

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SEASCAPE

22

REGGAE AT THE RIVER SCHOOL WITH JAHZILLA & SPECIAL FRIENDS

23

A WOMAN IN MIND

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VORTEX: THE UN-BALLET THAT ROCKS

7:30PM

FILM

VISUAL

THEATER

HISTORY

8PM 8PM 8:30PM

CULTURAL

POPS ON THE RIVER FAMILY

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SPECIAL


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DAY OF VISUAL ARTOWN ART IN THE GARDEN

Garden art, ceramics, vintage furniture & decor, fabric, original photography, jewelry, silk scarves 9AM • Art in the Garden • 1280 Monroe St. • 323-6773 • FREE

yART SALE

One-day sale of original art by local artists in a beautiful private garden. 9AM • yART SALE • 1420 Mt. Rose St. • 825-0980 • FREE

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GIVING ART

Fused glass, unique jewelry, faux painting and more in a backyard setting in the garden. 10AM • In the Garden • 701 Brown St. • 322-0203 • DONATION

FRIENDS OF MCKINLEY ART SHOW AND SALE

Join local artists at an art sale including painting, photography, sculpture, pottery, jewelry and more!

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10AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

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DOWNTOWN RENO COMIC AND SCI-FI ARTS FESTIVAL

20

11AM • Amendment 21 Grill & Sports Bar • 425 S. Virginia St. • 786-0808 • theamendment21.com • FREE

22

Comic art, science fiction video, costume and make-up design will be on display in this inaugural event.

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INSPIRED BY NATURE

Award-winning artists Joe Donahue-woodturning, Tia Flores-gourds, Barbara Uriu-jewelry and Pat Wallis-oil paintings, present their latest works inspired by nature.

11AM • Bartley Ranch Brick House • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 223-2024 • silversageartists.org • FREE

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CHAIR-I-TEA PARTY AT ARLINGTON GARDENS

28

1PM • Arlington Gardens • 606 W. Plumb Ln. • 784-8085 • Suggested $15 donation.

30

Enjoy an afternoon of tea, cakes, music and artistically designed chairs.

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HIRISHFEST

A traditional Irish music festival that will lift your spirits even higher than the altitude. All ages, 15 & under free. 10AM • Sky Tavern Ski Area • Mt. Rose Hwy • 329-5558 • ceolirishpub.com • $10

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale. ENVISION PERFORMING ARTS

Come and watch a spectacular free display of talent. A youth drum corps!

3PM • Joe Crowley Student Union, Gateway Plaza • UNR Campus • 784-6505 • unr.edu/studentunion • FREE

Open Mic and Poetry Slam.

4PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • FREE

POPS ON THE RIVER

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5PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 323-2030 • renophil.com • $10 – $35

METACOMEDY AND THE ART OF COMING OUT

A hilarious and inspirational PowerPoint Presentation about self-discovery and the meaning of life. SEASCAPE

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin. 7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

HISTORY

REGGAE AT THE RIVER SCHOOL WITH JAHZILLA & SPECIAL FRIENDS

Join Tracy Two Dread and bring your instruments for a late-night.

8PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $10 – $12

CULTURAL

A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

VORTEX: THE UN-BALLET THAT ROCKS

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THEATER

6PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. 4th St. • 513-604-7690 • homesliceproductions.com • DONATION

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VISUAL

Broadway’s Hugh Panaro, Michael Borowitz and the orchestra entertain at this colorful event.

28 30

FILM

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

14 16

DANCE

1PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 345-6724 • renolittletheater.org • $5 – $8

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MUSIC

FAMILY

The beauty of ballet set to passionate music. (RATED PG-13)

8:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 762-5165 • avaballet.com • $10 – $15 SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

SUNDAY:12 INSPIRED BY NATURE

3 4 5 11AM

6 7 8

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

1PM

HEALING ARTS CONCERT AT RENOWN CENTER

2PM

CELTIC FOREST

2PM

11

A WOMAN IN MIND

2PM

12

JAZZ AT ZAGOL’S

4PM

THE TASTE OF RENO TAHOE

4PM

JAZZ MOODS & ART

5:30PM

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SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

6PM

18

OPERA IN BLUE JEANS

7PM

19

HAMLET/2

7PM

INSPIRED BY NATURE

Award-winning artists Joe Donahue-woodturning, Tia Flores-gourds, Barbara Uriu-jewelry and Pat Wallis-oil paintings, present their latest works inspired by nature.

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11AM • Bartley Ranch Brick House • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 223-2024 • silversageartists.org • FREE

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RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

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Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale.

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1PM • Downtown Reno Library • 301 S. Center St. • 345-6724 • renolittletheater.org • FREE

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HEALING ARTS CONCERT AT RENOWN CENTER

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Teen singer Anne Marie performs an enchanting concert of pop, R&B, country and showtunes.

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2PM • Renown Center, Tahoe Lobby • 1155 Mill St. • 240-1222 • myspace.com/annemariestreetteam • FREE

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CELTIC FOREST

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

2PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

A WOMAN IN MIND

2PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

JAZZ AT ZAGOL’S

4PM • Zagol Ethiopian Cuisine • 855 E. 4th St. • 786-9020 • zagolofreno.com • FREE

The art of boutique winemaking combined with the culinary art of local chefs.

4PM • National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 236-5893 • tasteofrenotahoe.com • $75 – $125

JAZZ MOODS & ART

THEATER

Erika Paul Carlson Group presents upbeat and reflective jazz in collaboration with an exhibition of local artwork.

5:30PM • Steinway Piano Gallery • 500 E. Moana Ln. • 626-7878 • jazzqmusic.com • $10 – $15

HISTORY

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

For the Love of Jazz presents the Brian Landrus quartet.

6PM • Sands Regency Poolside • 345 N. Arlington Ave. • 851-2602 • reno-jazz.org • FREE

OPERA IN BLUE JEANS

CULTURAL

The best of opera, operetta and Broadway in an informal setting. HAMLET/2

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VISUAL

THE TASTE OF RENO TAHOE

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FILM

Vocalist, Barbara Baxter, accompanied by Peter Supersano will provide a delightul evening of soul-laced jazz.

7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 786-4046 • nevadaopera.org • FREE

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DANCE

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13)

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MUSIC

FAMILY

The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13) 7PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

MONDAY:13

3 4 5 6

DISCOVER MUSIC CAMP

9:30AM

DISCOVER MUSIC FOR LITTLE MOZARTS

1:30PM

FAMILY SERIES: RENO YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: RENO POPS ORCHESTRA

7PM 7:30PM

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DISCOVER MUSIC CAMP

A fun week-long workshop with Colin Ross culminating in a performance at Wingfield Park.

9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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DISCOVER MUSIC FOR LITTLE MOZARTS

Keyboard, movement, dance and rhythm instrument fun from the “Music for Little Mozarts.” 1:30PM • Steinway Piano Gallery • 500 E. Moana Ln. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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FAMILY SERIES: RENO YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA

An ensemble of middle and high school musicians dedicated to Jazz. Sponsored by John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, MomsLikeMe.com, Tahoe Creamery, Target Community and Thelma and Thomas Hart Foundation 7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: RENO POPS ORCHESTRA

The Reno Pops performs Mussorsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” and other music. Sponsored by Charles Schwab Bank, Terra West Property Management, Washoe County and Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation. 7:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

TUESDAY:14 BASTILLE DAY ON CALAVE

8AM

8

BREATH OF HOPE

1PM

9

READERS THEATER: “LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR”

1PM

10

ARTIST RECEPTION “2009 ALL ABOUT RENO-TAHOE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW”

4PM

11

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

4:30PM

12

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

5:30PM

13

CELTIC FOREST

6PM

14

PAT ESTERS — COOL JAZZ & BLUES VOCALS

7PM

15

TUTTI FLUTTI BY TOCCATA

7

DANCE

FILM

VISUAL

7:30PM

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2009 ALL ABOUT RENO-TAHOE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW

THEATER

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HISTORY

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CULTURAL

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FAMILY

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SPECIAL


1

BASTILLE DAY ON CALAVE

2

8AM • California Ave. between Arlington and Virginia St. • 160 W. Liberty • 786-0808 • calave.org • FREE

4

CalAve transforms into a village of French art, music, theater, cuisine and spirits. BREATH OF HOPE

Sierra Arts Elder Care & Moments of Memory exhibit at the Arbors with music by singer/pianist Erika Paul Carlson. 1PM • The Arbors • 2121 E. Prater Way • 626-7878 • jazzqmusic.com • FREE

READERS THEATER: “LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR”

Classic insight into the lives of the occupants of a once-fashionable residence for elder citizens.

1PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

ARTIST RECEPTION “2009 ALL ABOUT RENO-TAHOE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW”

Meet Mark Harmon, Mark Vollmer and Henry Egghart, well-known Reno-Tahoe photographers. Enjoy Steffie’s homemade baklava. 4PM • Alexandratos Gallery Annex • 100 W. Liberty St., #150 • 762-4811 • art-nv.com/events.asp • FREE

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

Relax after a tough day at work with the Reno Municipal Band.

4:30PM • City Plaza • Corner of 1st & Virginia St. • 657-4630 • FREE

RENO LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS “THE NEW HANSEL & GRETEL”

Siblings pursue desires, learn from consequences, find different path. New version of classic tale. 5:30PM • Northwest Library • 2325 Robb Dr. • 345-6724 • renolittletheater.org • FREE

CELTIC FOREST

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

6PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

PAT ESTERS — COOL JAZZ & BLUES VOCALS

Cool Jazz & Blues Vocals: Standards & Surprises!

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7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

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TUTTI FLUTTI BY TOCCATA

29

7:30PM • St. John’s Presbyterian Church • 1070 W. Plumb Ln. • 775-267-1720 • $5 – $25

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Featuring guest flutist Josue Casillas and works by Handel, Vivaldi and Bach.

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

WEDNESDAY:15 MASTERWORKS CHORALE

12PM

8

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: LURA

7PM

9

HAMLET/2

7PM

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MASTERWORKS CHORALE

DANCE

FILM

One of two choral groups selected to perform at the 50th Presidential Inaugural Parade. Enjoy their vocal melodies.

12PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

VISUAL

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: LURA

Delicately wrought, acoustic and full of grace, Lura and her music are at the crossroads of Portuguese and Cape Verdean culture. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset and Friends of Artown.

THEATER

7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • Suggested $10 donation.

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HAMLET/2

The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13)

HISTORY

7PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: LURA

CULTURAL

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FAMILY

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SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

THURSDAY:16

3 4 5 6

THE DAWN WELLS STUDENT FILM SHOWCASE

5PM

SWEET VIBRATIONS: GREAT BASIN BRASS QUINTET

7PM

8

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS: THE ABSTRACTION OF HISTORICAL TRANSPLANTS

7PM

10

DANCING IN THE PARK: SIERRA NEVADA BALLET

8PM

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

7 9 11 12 13 14

THE DAWN WELLS STUDENT FILM SHOWCASE

Join actress Dawn Wells for an evening of Washoe County School District high school student film screenings. 5PM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $3

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SWEET VIBRATIONS: GREAT BASIN BRASS QUINTET

18

7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

20

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS: THE ABSTRACTION OF HISTORICAL TRANSPLANTS

21

Humor and energy and the best in brass music!

Artist Mallory Mishler’s work emphasizes elements of portrait and figure intertwined with themes of art history, self and society.

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7PM • Fairly Grounded Coffee and Tea • 3366 Lakeside Ct. • 827-4542 • fairlygrounded.com • FREE

24

DANCING IN THE PARK: SIERRA NEVADA BALLET

25

8PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 775-783-3223 • sierranevadaballet.com • FREE

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Dancing by the River is an evening of live music, song and spectacular dancing. A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

FRIDAY:17 DISCOVER WATERCOLOR

9:30AM

8

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

12PM

9

READERS THEATER: “LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR”

10

DISCOVER A SMALL WORLD

11

NATIVE AMERICAN GOSPEL FESTIVAL

12

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

13

SEASCAPE

14

MOVIN’ TO MOTOWN

15

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

16

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “STOP MAKING SENSE”

9PM

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

9PM

17 18

DANCE

1PM 1:30PM

FILM

3PM 5PM 7:30PM 8PM

VISUAL

THEATER

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21 22 23 24

CULTURAL

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FAMILY

29 30 31 32

DISCOVER WATERCOLOR SPECIAL


1

DISCOVER WATERCOLOR

With Sierra Watercolor Society, ages 7-12. Reservations required.

9:30AM • Wilbur D. May Museum • 1595 N. Sierra St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

6

Every Friday in July at noon Pipes on the River Classical Music for all ages.

7

12PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • FREE

8

READERS THEATER: “LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR”

10

9

Classic insight into the lives of the occupants of a once fashionable residence for elder citizens. 1PM • Sparks Library • 1125 12th St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

DISCOVER A SMALL WORLD

Storytime with Kathleen Durham followed by a doll-making, hands-on project with the Wild Women. 1:30PM • Miguel Ribera Park • 3905 Neil Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

NATIVE AMERICAN GOSPEL FESTIVAL

Native American praise and worship bands. Musicians from various tribes and styles. Crafts, children’s activities and food booths. 3PM • Hungry Valley Amphitheater • 9055 Eagle Canyon Dr. • 425-5886 • nativebelievers.com • FREE

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

Music series featuring local and regional bands, festival-style on the banks of the Truckee. 5PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 • newsreview.com/reno • FREE

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SEASCAPE

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7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

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Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin.

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MOVIN’ TO MOTOWN

Journey through an unforgettable era of Motown magic.

8PM • John Ascuaga’s Nugget Casino Resort • 1100 Nugget Ave. • 356-3300 • janugget.com • $15 – $25

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A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13)

6

8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

7

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “STOP MAKING SENSE”

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DANCE

Jonathan Demme’s brilliant concert film stars the Talking Heads and a very energetic David Byrne. Sponsored by University of Phoenix and Goldcorp, Inc. 9PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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FILM

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

Local bands Pushbox and Livitz Livitz perform. All ages.

9PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 354-5711 • renopassport.com • Suggested $5 donation.

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MUSIC

VISUAL

ARTOWN AFTER DARK THEATER

18 19 20 21

HISTORY

22 23 24 25

CULTURAL

26 27 28

FAMILY

29 30 31 32

SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

SATURDAY:18 2009 QUILT SHOW — RENO IS QUILTOWN

3 4 5 9:30AM

PRAISE EXPLOSION 2009 BRUNCH THEATER

10AM

LAVENDER RIDGE’S “PURPLE SUMMER FESTIVAL”

10AM

RENO ART FAIR

12PM

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RENO BURNING: PERSPECTIVES OF A NOVELIST-FIREFIGHTER ON THE BIGGEST LITTLE CITY

2PM

THE BEACON JAZZ BAND

2PM

NATIVE AMERICAN GOSPEL FESTIVAL

3PM

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

4PM

CHOICE DANCE KREW PRODUCTIONS

4PM

COWBOY UP FOR HUNGER

4PM

A CELTIC SUMMERS EVE

6PM

ALT ELECTRONICA

7PM

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SEASCAPE

7:30PM

LALEA DRUM AND DANCE SHOW

8PM

OTTMAR LIEBERT

8PM

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

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2009 QUILT SHOW — RENO IS QUILTOWN

Quilts-n-Cars 2009 Quilt Show! Truckee Meadows Quilters’ Annual Show.

MUSIC

9:30AM • National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • geocities.com/tmqnewspatch • $9 – $15

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PRAISE EXPLOSION 2009 BRUNCH THEATER

Brunch and a drama entitled “To The End” featuring Youth Artists from San Francisco and Vallejo, CA. 10AM • Grand Sierra Resort • 2500 E. 2nd St. • 322-6770 • $20 – $30

LAVENDER RIDGE’S “PURPLE SUMMER FESTIVAL”

Fun for the whole family. Enjoy live music, lavender food creations and lots of summer fun. RENO ART FAIR

A visual feast of local artists — landscapes, abstracts, pottery, sculpture jewelry — kids art instruction

12PM • St. Anthony Greek Orthodox Church • 4795 Lakeside Dr. • 762-4811 • renoartfair.com • FREE

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RENO BURNING: PERSPECTIVES OF A NOVELISTFIREFIGHTER ON THE BIGGEST LITTLE CITY

19

2PM • Dreamer’s Coffeehouse • 17 S. Virginia St. • 250-9740 • shawngradybooks.com • FREE

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VISUAL

THEATER

Join the conversation with local author Shawn Grady as he signs his debut novel “Through the Fire.” THE BEACON JAZZ BAND

HISTORY

New Orleans-style jazz band.

2PM • BeAbundant Home Decor • 46 W. First St. • 324-1936 • FREE

NATIVE AMERICAN GOSPEL FESTIVAL

CULTURAL

Native American praise and worship bands. Muscians from various tribes and styles. Crafts, children’s activities and food booths.

3PM • Hungry Valley Amphitheater • 9055 Eagle Canyon Dr. • 425-5886 • nativebelievers.com • FREE

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FILM

10AM • Lavender Ridge • 7450 W. 4th St. • 747-3222 • lavenderridgereno.com • FREE

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20

DANCE

FAMILY

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

Open Mic and Poetry Slam.

4PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • FREE SPECIAL


1

CHOICE DANCE KREW PRODUCTIONS

A group of talented teens who put on highly energized and entertaining show of freestyle dancing, choreographed hiphop and live graffiti. 4PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. 4th St. • 786-6460 • studio4th.com • DONATION

COWBOY UP FOR HUNGER

The Food Bank of Northern Nevada presents a family-friendly festival of cowboy music and poetry. Gates open at 3:30p. 4PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 331-3663 • fbnn.org • $20 – $30

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A CELTIC SUMMERS EVE

Traditional and contemporary Irish and Celtic dance and music concluding in a Celtic fairy tale of mystery and magic.

6PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 829-7878 • renoirishdanceco.org • Suggested $5 adult/$2 child donation.

ALT ELECTRONICA

Featuring Alt Electronica featuring Madeline Puckett, Red Light Broadcast and DJ PsiloGod.

7PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • Suggested $5 donation.

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SEASCAPE

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin. 7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

LALEA DRUM AND DANCE SHOW

Africa and Asia beat as one with three explosive drum and dance groups. Drum circle follows. 8PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-3910 • riverschool.info • $12 – $20

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OTTMAR LIEBERT

Guitarist who exudes what many consider the zenith of “New Flamenco” style.

8PM • John Ascuaga’s Nugget Casino Resort • 1100 Nugget Ave. • 356-3352 • janugget.com • $32

A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

SUNDAY:19 FIREWALLS EXHIBITION

9:30AM

8

ART PAWS IN THE PARK

10AM

9

LAVENDER RIDGE’S “PURPLE SUMMER FESTIVAL”

10AM

10

2009 QUILT SHOW — RENO IS QUILTOWN

10AM

11

KUNR SUNDAY JAZZ BRUNCH

11AM

12

ART BOWL SUNDAES

12PM

13

HEALING ARTS CONCERT AT RENOWN SO. MEADOWS

2PM

14

CELTIC FOREST

2PM

15

GOSPELFEST 2009

16

ART & A CREATIVE TAKE ON VOCAL JAZZ STANDARDS

7

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DANCE

FILM

VISUAL

3PM 5:30PM

BLUEGRASS AT THE RIVER SCHOOL

6PM

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

6PM

THEATER

LAVENDER RIDGE’S “PURPLE SUMMER FESTIVAL” HISTORY

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CULTURAL

26 27 28

FAMILY

29 30 31 32

SPECIAL


1

FIREWALLS EXHIBITION

2

9:30AM • The Vision Place at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada • 780 Del Monte Ln. • 303-8086 • nevadaunitarians.org/fellowship.htm • FREE

4

Candace Nicol, 2009 Artown Poster Artist will show her original series of collagraphs and screenprints on plexi-glass.

ART PAWS IN THE PARK

Pets, bring your people. Products, services, silent auction, pet psychic and artists.

10AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 722-9914 • petfoliomagazine.com • FREE

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LAVENDER RIDGE’S “PURPLE SUMMER FESTIVAL”

10

10AM • Lavender Ridge • 7450 W. 4th St. • 747-3222 • lavenderridgereno.com • FREE

12

Fun for the whole family. Enjoy live music, lavender food creations and lots of summer fun.

11 13

2009 QUILT SHOW — RENO IS QUILTOWN

Quilts-n-Cars 2009 Quilt Show! Truckee Meadows Quilters’ Annual Show.

10AM • National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 722-8116 • geocities.com/tmqnewspatch • $9 – $15

KUNR SUNDAY JAZZ BRUNCH

Enjoy live jazz while dining from the a’la carte brunch menu from Café Musée.

11AM • Nevada Museum of Art • 160 W. Liberty • 329-3333 • nevadaart.org • $5 – $15

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ART BOWL SUNDAES

Enjoy your ice cream in a beautiful bowl hand painted by local VSA artists and children. Kids activities and music. 12PM • Somersett Club at Town Center • 7650 Town Square Way • 787-4500 • somersett.com • $5

HEALING ARTS CONCERT AT RENOWN SO. MEADOWS

Teen singer Anne Marie will perform a concert of pop/R&B, country and showtunes. All ages.

2PM • Renown Center — South Meadows • 10101 Double R Blvd. • 240-1222 • myspace.com/annemariestreetteam • FREE

CELTIC FOREST

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

2PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

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GOSPELFEST 2009

Celebration of Gospel Music at its best! Enjoy the park filled with music, dance, food and fun.

MUSIC

3PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-6770 • FREE

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ART & A CREATIVE TAKE ON VOCAL JAZZ STANDARDS

Art exhibition and jazz concert by the Erika Paul Carlson group.

DANCE

5:30PM • Steinway Piano Gallery • 500 E. Moana Ln. • 626-7878 • jazzqmusic.com • $10 – $15

BLUEGRASS AT THE RIVER SCHOOL

An evening of mountain music Bluegrass with the Sage Creek Band and friends.

FILM

6PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-3910 • riverschool.info • $10 – $12

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

For the Love of Jazz presents Cami Thompson and Friends.

VISUAL

6PM • Sands Regency Poolside • 345 N. Arlington Ave. • 851-2602 • reno-jazz.org • FREE

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THEATER

18 19 20 HISTORY

21 22 23 24

CULTURAL

25 26 27 28

FAMILY

29 30 31 32

STEINWAY SERIES SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

MONDAY:20 DISCOVER THEATER

3 4 5 9:30AM

HIGH DESERT HARMONY

6PM

FAMILY SERIES: BABE

7PM

6 7 8 9 10 11

MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: PERFORMERS FROM THE STEINWAY SERIES

7:30PM

12 13

DISCOVER THEATER

Beginning theater activities.

9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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HIGH DESERT HARMONY

18

6PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

20

An all women’s chorus combining script and music for an hour of fun entertainment!

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FAMILY SERIES: BABE

TheatreWorks of Northern Nevada presents the story of the courageous pig. Also, the unveiling of the book “The ABC’s of Artown” and a special musical presentation. Sponsored by John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, MomsLikeMe.com, Tahoe Creamery, Target Community and Thelma and Thomas Hart Foundation. 7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: PERFORMERS FROM THE STEINWAY SERIES

Concert performers from the Steinway Series present an evening of classical and contemporary music. Sponsored by Charles Schwab Bank, Terra West Property Management, Washoe County and Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation. 7:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

TUESDAY:21 DISCOVER CLAY ART

8

READERS THEATER: “I’M NOT RAPPAPORT”

9:30AM

DANCE

1PM

9

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

4:30PM

10

KIDSCAPE IMPROVISATION TROUPE

5PM

11

CELTIC FOREST

6PM

12

SWEET VIBRATIONS: BRASSAKWARDS

13

TOCCATA WINDS CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

7:30PM

14

CLASSICAL GUITARIST DENIS AZABAGIC IN CONCERT

7:30PM

FILM

7PM VISUAL

15 16 17 18

CLASSICAL GUITARIST DENIS AZABAGIC IN CONCERT

THEATER

19 20 21

HISTORY

22 23 24 25

CULTURAL

26 27 28

FAMILY

29 30 31 32

SPECIAL


1

DISCOVER CLAY ART

2

9:30AM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

4

The world of clay and art with Ali Sullivan. Art will be displayed at the West Street Market. Reservations required.

3 5

READERS THEATER: “I’M NOT RAPPAPORT”

Two octogenarians are determined to fight off all attempts to put them out to pasture. By Herb Gardner. 1PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

Relax after a tough day at work with the Reno Municipal Band.

6 7 8 9 10

4:30PM • City Plaza • Corner of 1st & Virginia St. • 657-4630 • FREE

11

KIDSCAPE IMPROVISATION TROUPE

13

5PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. 4th St. • 787-3900 • kidscapeproductions.com • FREE

15

Come laugh and join in as our players create skits and scenes right before your very eyes! CELTIC FOREST

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

12 14 16 17 18

6PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

19

SWEET VIBRATIONS: BRASSAKWARDS

21

7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

23

Larry Machado and swing band create a lively evening of fun and dancing!

TOCCATA WINDS CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Includes works by Poulenc, Nielsen, Bach, Copland, Massenet and Ewazen.

7:30PM • St. John’s Presbyterian Church • 1070 W. Plumb Ln. • 267-1720 • $5 – $25

CLASSICAL GUITARIST DENIS AZABAGIC IN CONCERT

The Sierra Nevada Guitar Society presents one of the most compelling classical guitarists on the international concert circuit today. 7:30PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 321-8584 • sierraguitar.org • FREE

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1 2 3 4 5

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

WEDNESDAY:22

6 7 8 9 10

DISCOVER SIERRA ARTS

9:30AM

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: SALSA CELTICA

7PM

HAMLET/2

7PM

VISCERAL

8PM

DANCE

FILM

11 12 13 14 15 16

DISCOVER SIERRA ARTS

9:30AM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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VISUAL

ArtBoxes come to life with theater artist, Mary Bennett and visual artist, Lynda Yuroff. Reservations required.

THEATER

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: SALSA CELTICA

Feel the rhythm of Afro-Cuban salsa laced with traditional Celtic music as Salsa Celtic brings their worldly sound to Reno. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset and Friends of Artown. 7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • Suggested $10 donation.

HISTORY

22 23 24 25 26

HAMLET/2

The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13)

CULTURAL

7PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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VISCERAL

FAMILY

Explosive multimedia production in which human existence is examined. MATURE AUDIENCES. 8PM • John Ascuaga’s Nugget Casino Resort • 1100 Nugget Ave. • 530-412-0525 • ebhammerproductions.com • $10 – $15

SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

THURSDAY:23 DISCOVER BALLET

3 4 5 9:30AM

SWEET VIBRATIONS: BELLA VOCE

7PM

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS PRESENT: PICTURING CULTURE

7PM

6 7 8 9 10

DANCING IN THE PARK: INNERRHYTHMS DANCE THEATRE

8PM

11

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

12 13

DISCOVER BALLET

Join Sierra Nevada Ballet dancers and take part in a feet moving project.

9:30AM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

SWEET VIBRATIONS: BELLA VOCE

Reno’s own women’s chorus singing the greats from the ’20s and ’30s.

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7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

19

FAIRLY GROUNDED BARISTAS PRESENT: PICTURING CULTURE

20

Julie Douglass, anthropologist and self-taught photographer, photographs cultural symbols, people, animals and spectacular landscapes. 7PM • Fairly Grounded Coffee and Tea • 3366 Lakeside Ct. • 827-4542 • fairlygrounded.com • FREE

DANCING IN THE PARK: INNERRHYTHMS DANCE THEATRE

Guerilla Theatre: an innovative, edgy dance and musical performance featuring Classical Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop and Modern styles. 8PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 530-550-8464 • innerrhythms.org • FREE

A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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1 2 3 4 5

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

FRIDAY:24

6 7

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

8

PACIFIC ISLAND FESTIVAL OF RENO

1PM

9

READERS THEATER: “I’M NOT RAPPAPORT”

1PM

10 11

DISCOVER LITTLE SWAN DANCERS

12AM

1:30PM

12

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

13

COEUR D’ALENE AUCTION PREVIEW COCKTAIL PARTY

14

THE SHOW FO’ SHO

7:30PM

SEASCAPE

7:30PM

15 16

6PM

ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET

8PM

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

19

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “MR. HOLLAND’S OPUS”

9PM

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

9PM

20 21

FILM

5PM

18

17

DANCE

VISUAL

THEATER

HISTORY

22 23 24

CULTURAL

25 26 27 28

FAMILY

29 30 31 32

DISCOVER LITTLE SWAN DANCERS SPECIAL


1

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

2

12PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • FREE

4

Every Friday in July at noon Pipes on the River Classical Music for all ages.

3 5

PACIFIC ISLAND FESTIVAL OF RENO

A complete weekend of music, dance and arts from throughout the Pacific Rim.

6 7

1PM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino • 407 N. Virginia St. • 325-7159 • FREE

8

READERS THEATER: “I’M NOT RAPPAPORT”

10

Two octogenarians are determined to fight off all attempts to put them out to pasture. 1PM • Sparks Library • 1125 12th St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

DISCOVER LITTLE SWAN DANCERS

Discover Chinese dance and learn traditional movements. Reservations required.

1:30PM • Miguel Ribera Park • 3905 Neil Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

17

5PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 • newsreview.com/reno • FREE

19

Music series featuring local and regional bands festival-style on the banks of the Truckee.

18 20

COEUR D’ALENE AUCTION PREVIEW COCKTAIL PARTY

Opening cocktail party and preview of the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction.

6PM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino • 407 N. Virginia St. • 786-1700 • cdaartauction.com • $60 admission for two, including catolog

THE SHOW FO’ SHO

Enjoy a sampling of Reno’s talented youth bands at an outdoor concert on the banks of the river. 7:30PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 786-6460 • $5

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SEASCAPE

29

7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

31

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin.

30 32


1 2

MUSIC

3 4 5 6

DANCE

7 8 9 10

FILM

11 12 13

ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET

14 15 16 17 18 19

VISUAL

ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet unites classically trained dancers, world-renowned choreographers and its hallmark verve and eclecticism to become one of America’s leading contemporary dance companies. It combines energy, invention, popularity, accessibility and precision. Hosted by Grand Sierra Resort.

THEATER

A WOMAN IN MIND

HISTORY

8PM • Grand Theatre at the Grand Sierra Resort • 2500 E. 2nd St. • 789-2285 • renoisartown.com • $25, $35, $45

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Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “MR. HOLLAND’S OPUS”

CULTURAL

Richard Dreyfuss stars in this heartwarming tribute to those who teach music in our schools. Sponsored by University of Phoenix and Goldcorp, Inc. (RATED PG) 9PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

FAMILY

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

Local bands Coop Da Loop and Barisone perform. All ages.

9PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 354-5711 • renopassport.com • Suggested $5 donation. SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

SATURDAY:25

3 4 5

PACIFIC ISLAND FESTIVAL OF RENO

10AM

GREATER RENO STAMP & COVER SHOW

10AM

NORTH AMERICAN BASQUE ORGANIZATIONS’ 30TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL

10AM

6 7 8 9 10

COEUR D’ALENE ART AUCTION

1PM

11

NEVER ENOUGH BALLROOM

2PM

12

COMPRESSION! A CELEBRATION OF FIRE AND PERFORMANCE ART

3PM

ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

4PM

SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL

5PM

BELLY DANCE BY THE RIVER

5PM

18

ARTOWN ACOUSTIC

7PM

19

MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE

7:30PM

DURGA: GODDESS OF THE DRUM

7:30PM

RHONDA VINCENT & THE RAGE

7:30PM

SEASCAPE

7:30PM

A WOMAN IN MIND

8PM

13 14 15 16 17

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PACIFIC ISLAND FESTIVAL OF RENO

29

10AM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino • 407 N. Virginia St. • 325-7159 • FREE

31

A complete weekend of music, dance and arts from throughout the Pacific Rim.

30 32


1 2 3 4 5

GREATER RENO STAMP & COVER SHOW

Themed and historical philatelic compositions critiqued for originality, material and presentation.

10AM • National Bowling Stadium • 300 N. Center St. • 246-4769 • home.earthlink.net/~renostamp • FREE

6

NORTH AMERICAN BASQUE ORGANIZATIONS’ 30TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL

7

10AM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 682-5565 • renobasqueclub.org • FREE

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Basque BBQ, dancing, sports and contests.

Coeur d’Alene Art Auction specializes in fine 19th and 20th century Western and American art. Tickets available for purchase at Stremmel Gallery and at the door. Catalog admits two people. NEVER ENOUGH BALLROOM

Showcasing a variety of dances from waltz to tango and Western.

2PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

From percussive propane canons to swinging poi, dancing and a dazzling martial arts. There is fun for the whole family! ARTOWN YOUTH SLAM

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VISUAL

COMPRESSION! A CELEBRATION OF FIRE AND PERFORMANCE ART

19

22

FILM

1PM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino • 407 N. Virginia St. • 786-0558 • cdaartauction.com • $60

3PM • City Plaza • Corner of 1st & Virginia St. • 379-0186 • compression.controlledburnreno.com • FREE

21

DANCE

COEUR D’ALENE ART AUCTION

18 20

MUSIC

Open Mic and Poetry Slam.

4PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • FREE

THEATER

HISTORY

SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL

Multicultural celebration featuring music and dance performances, games for children and ethnic foods. 5PM • St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, Parking Lot • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 329-2571 • elpadrecito.org • FREE

BELLY DANCE BY THE RIVER

CULTURAL

A Belly Dancing “Hafla” with various local troupes celebrating this traditional art. 5PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 747-3910 • FREE

ARTOWN ACOUSTIC

FAMILY

Tyler Stafford, Eric Anderson, Lisa McCuiston, Michelle Pappas, Kate Cotter and Club de Renaux with Beverly Matthews.

7PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 303-7354 • Suggested $5 donation. SPECIAL


1

MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE

The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents local school children in a musical performance of “The Pied Piper.” Sponsored by Leonette Foundation.

7:30PM • Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • $10

DURGA: GODDESS OF THE DRUM

A joyful story with universal connection and community spirit depicting one woman’s journey on the drum.

2 3 4 5 6 7

7:30PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. 4th St. • 786-6460 • studio4th.com • DONATION

8

RHONDA VINCENT & THE RAGE

10

9

Artown reaches into the national bluegrass scene with the “Queen of Bluegrass,” Rhonda Vincent and The Rage. Reno rock, Celtic and bluegrass band Contraband opens the show. Sponsored by Washoe County.

7:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • $25, $35

11 12 13

SEASCAPE

14

7:30PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-3716 • goodluckmacbeth.org • $10 – $15

16

Seascape is a surreal tale of romance and nostalgia written by Edward Albee, directed by Jim Martin. A WOMAN IN MIND

Susan lives with a boring, inconsiderate and unattractive husband. Enter Susan’s mind, where fantasy and reality collide with devastating and hilarious consequences. (RATED PG-13) 8PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

CONTRABAND

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1 2 3 4 5

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

SUNDAY:26

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

ONE OF A KIND FRIENDS FIREWALLS EXHIBITION

9AM 9:30AM

PACIFIC ISLAND FESTIVAL OF RENO

10AM

SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL

10AM

GREATER RENO STAMP & COVER SHOW

10AM

NORTH AMERICAN BASQUE ORGANIZATIONS’ 30TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL

10AM

HULA HOOPS/ON AT CELTIC FOREST!

2PM

HAMLET/2

2PM

JAZZ AT ZAGOL’S

4PM

HOME SCHOOL’N MUSICAL YOUTH CLUB

4PM

STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN

4PM

FORTIFIED ARTISTRY

6PM

27

COOL JAZZ/HOT AFTERNOON

6PM

28

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

6PM

29

HAMLET/2

7PM

30 31 32

FILM

VISUAL

THEATER

25 26

DANCE

THE A CAPPELLA JAZZ AND RENAISSANCE SHOW

HISTORY

CULTURAL

FAMILY

7:30PM SPECIAL


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

NORTH AMERICAN BASQUE ORGANIZATIONS’ 30TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL

14 15 16

ONE OF A KIND FRIENDS

Original art pieces by top-rate local artists for show and sale: glass art, textiles, gourds, oils, pastels and watercolors. 9AM • Ross Manor • 118 West St. • 322-1538 • FREE

FIREWALLS EXHIBITION

Candace Nicol, 2009 Artown Poster Artist will show her original series of collagraphs and screenprints on plexi-glass. 9:30AM • The Vision Place at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada • 780 Del Monte Ln. • 303-8086 • nevadaunitarians.org/fellowship.htm • FREE

PACIFIC ISLAND FESTIVAL OF RENO

A complete weekend of music, dance and arts from throughout the Pacific Rim. 10AM • Silver Legacy Resort Casino • 407 N. Virginia St. • 325-7159 • FREE

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SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL

29

10AM • St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, Parking Lot • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 329-2571 • elpadrecito.org • FREE

31

Multicultural celebration featuring music and dance performances, games for children and ethnic foods.

30 32


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

GREATER RENO STAMP & COVER SHOW

Themed and historical philatelic compositions critiqued for originality, material and presentation.

10AM • National Bowling Stadium • 300 N. Center St. • 246-4769 • home.earthlink.net/~renostamp • FREE

NORTH AMERICAN BASQUE ORGANIZATIONS’ 30TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL

Basque BBQ, dancing, sports and contests. Includes Sunday Mass. HULA HOOPS/ON AT CELTIC FOREST!

Everyone is invited to hula hoop to world music by DJ Source with Hula Hoopers from Burning Man at the Celtic Forest. HAMLET/2

The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13) JAZZ AT ZAGOL’S

Vocalist Barbara Baxter, accompanied by Peter Supersano, will provide a delightul evening of soul-laced jazz. HOME SCHOOL’N MUSICAL YOUTH CLUB

A documentary looking at the incredible careers of The Funk Brothers — Artown’s closing night headliner — and the legendary music of Motown.

4PM • African American Cultural Center • Historic Bethel • 220 Bell St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

28

FORTIFIED ARTISTRY

32

HISTORY

A children’s choir providing a variety of vocal music.

27

31

THEATER

4PM • Zagol Ethiopian Cuisine • 855 E. 4th St. • 786-9020 • zagolofreno.com • FREE

STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN

30

VISUAL

2PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

24

29

FILM

2PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

4PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

26

DANCE

10AM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 682-5565 • renobasqueclub.org • FREE

23 25

MUSIC

CULTURAL

FAMILY

An amalgam of inspiration, sound and sight. Various musical acts will perform on-site amongst the installation art and the film “Towncraft” will be shown. 6PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 742-1858 • hollandreno.org • FREE

SPECIAL


1 2

COOL JAZZ/HOT AFTERNOON

Susan Mazer-harpist, Dallis Smith-woodwinds and Hayden Bertelson-piano, create the perfect musical expressions. 6PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $10 – $12

3 4 5

SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE SANDS

6

For the Love of Jazz presents the DG Kicks Octet & One Foot in the Grave Band.

6PM • Sands Regency Poolside • 345 N. Arlington Ave. • 851-2602 • reno-jazz.org • FREE

7 8 9

HAMLET/2

The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13) 7PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

10 11 12 13

THE A CAPPELLA JAZZ AND RENAISSANCE SHOW

14

Singing Ensembles: Vocal Art Works, Ravens and Roses and invited guests perform!

7:30PM • Lakeside Community Church • 4685 Lakeside Dr. • 852-2429 • vocalartworks.com • $10

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CELTIC FOREST

30 31 32


1 2 3 4 5

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

MUSIC

MONDAY:27

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

DANCE

DISCOVER TRADITIONAL MEXICAN AND SPANISH DANCE

9:30AM

FAMILY SERIES: DANCE OF CULTURES

7PM

SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

7:30PM

MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

7:30PM

DISCOVER TRADITIONAL MEXICAN AND SPANISH DANCE

FILM

VISUAL

International Folkloric Ballet performs and then teaches “zapateado.” Reservations required.

9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

FAMILY SERIES: DANCE OF CULTURES

Traditional dances of Mexico and Spain as well as China are brought to life by vibrant, local dancers in two colorful and exciting performances. Sponsored by John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, MomsLikeMe.com, Tahoe Creamery, Target Community and Thelma and Thomas Hart Foundation. 7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

THEATER

HISTORY

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SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

University Department of Music and Dance faculty and friends perform music with mixed instrumentation and voice.

CULTURAL

7:30PM • Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 784-4278 • unr.edu/arts • FREE

MONDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

Dedicated to keeping the Big Band and Swing tradition alive into the 21st century, Reno Jazz Orchestra performs with Cami Thompson. Sponsored by Charles Schwab Bank, Terra West Property Management, Washoe County and Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation.

FAMILY

7:30PM • Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater • 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

TUESDAY:28 DISCOVER WILD HORSE THEATER

3 4 5 9:30AM

TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

11AM

READERS THEATER: “TAKING LEAVE”

1PM

THE GRUPS RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

6 7 8 9 10

3PM

11

4:30PM

12

CELTIC FOREST

6PM

SWEET VIBRATIONS: HARP & VIBES

7PM

SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

7:30PM

A MOUNTAIN OF MENDELSSOHN

7:30PM

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FAMILY SERIES: DANCE OF CULTURES

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32


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DISCOVER WILD HORSE THEATER

“A Year with Frog & Toad” production followed by a hands-on theater activity and improv acting. 9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

Using a broad spectrum of color and texture Toy Train Dioramas depict American life — magical time travel for all ages. Children under 12 Free.

8

11AM • Sparks Heritage Museum • 814 Victorian Ave. • 355-1144 • sparksmuseum.org • $5

9

READERS THEATER: “TAKING LEAVE”

10 11

In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Pryne is “taking leave” of the real world and imagining a new one. By Nagle Jackson.

12

1PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

13

THE GRUPS

14

Resembling a talented garage band, The Grups play modern rock, blues and jazz with a variety of instruments.

15

3PM • Reno-Tahoe International Airport Terminal • 2001 E. Plumb Ln. • 328-6400 • renoairport.com • FREE

16

RENO MUNICIPAL BAND AT CITY PLAZA

17

Relax after a tough day at work with the Reno Municipal Band.

18

4:30PM • City Plaza • Corner of 1st St. & Virginia St. • 657-4630 • FREE

19

CELTIC FOREST

20 21

Exhibited at Burning Man, Celtic Forest is a dramatic interactive art installation and community gathering spot with fire effects and music.

22

6PM • RiverWalk Downtown Reno • Sierra St. & Island Ave. • 742-1602 • blackrockarts.org/projects/braf-reno • FREE

23

SWEET VIBRATIONS: HARP & VIBES

24

Harp & Vibes — From Bach to Basie — The Bev Colgan & Joe Venuto duo does it all!

25

7PM • First United Methodist Church • 209 W. 1st St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

26

SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

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MUSIC

DANCE

FILM

VISUAL

THEATER

HISTORY

CULTURAL

Pianist Jiyang Chen returns to his hometown of Reno to give a recital featuring Bach and Moussorgsky. 7:30PM • Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 784-4278 • unr.edu/arts • FREE

FAMILY

A MOUNTAIN OF MENDELSSOHN

Featuring the Violin Concerto, Italian Symphony and excerpts from Elijah.

7:30PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • $5 – $25 SPECIAL


1

PLAN YOUR ARTOWN

2

WEDNESDAY:29 DISCOVER RENO POPS ORCHESTRA

3 4 5 9:30AM

TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA DISCOVER “BABAR”

11AM 1:30PM

6 7 8 9 10

WORLD MUSIC SERIES: MARIACHI SOL DE MEXICO DE JOSE HERNANDEZ

7PM

11

HAMLET/2

7PM

12 13

DISCOVER RENO POPS ORCHESTRA

Film compositions — participate in interactive activities and travel through the eras of music.

14 15

9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

16

TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

17

Using a broad spectrum of color and texture Toy Train Dioramas depict American life — magical time travel for all ages. Children under 12 Free.

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11AM • Sparks Heritage Museum • 814 Victorian Ave. • 355-1144 • sparksmuseum.org • $5

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DISCOVER “BABAR”

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University of Nevada, Reno’s performance of Poulenc’s L’histoire de Babar, le petit elephant.

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1:30PM • Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 784-4278 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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WORLD MUSIC SERIES: MARIACHI SOL DE MEXICO DE JOSE HERNANDEZ

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A cohesive, dynamic team who have accepted the vision to live on as the nation’s premier Mariachi. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset and Friends of Artown.

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7PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • Suggested $10 donation.

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HAMLET/2

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The story of two actors who would do anything to play the title role and tell the story of the Danish Prince. (RATED PG-13) 7PM • Brüka Theater • 99 N. Virginia St. • 323-3221 • bruka.org • $16 – $25

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THURSDAY:30

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DISCOVER COYOTE PUPPET THEATER

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TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

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FLOWERS TO FORM EXHIBITION RECEPTION

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9:30AM 11AM 3PM

MOVIE NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM FEATURING “GREASE”

5:30PM

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STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN

6:30PM

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THE PLAY DOUGH ART PROJECT — RECEPTION

6:30PM

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SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

7:30PM

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DANCING IN THE PARK: BLACK ROCK DANCE

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VISUAL

8PM

DANCING IN THE PARK: BLACK ROCK DANCE

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DISCOVER COYOTE PUPPET THEATER

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9:30AM • McKinley Arts & Culture Center • 925 Riverside Dr. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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Discover Storytelling with Coyote Puppet Theater followed by a hands-on project.

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TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

Using a broad spectrum of color and texture Toy Train Dioramas depict American life — magical time travel for all ages. Children under 12 Free. 11AM • Sparks Heritage Museum • 814 Victorian Ave. • 355-1144 • sparksmuseum.org • $5

FLOWERS TO FORM EXHIBITION RECEPTION

Carol Brown printmaking exhibition “Flowers to Form.”

3PM • Southside Cultural Center • 190 E. Liberty St. • 334-6264 • cityofreno.com • FREE

MOVIE NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM FEATURING “GREASE”

Double feature of the exhibit “Movie Cars: Cinematic Stars On Wheels” and the 1978 musical film “Grease”.

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5:30PM • National Automobile Museum • 10 S. Lake St. • 333-9300 • automuseum.org • $10

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STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN

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A documentary looking at the incredible careers of The Funk Brothers — Artown’s closing night headliner — and the legendary music of Motown.

6:30PM • African American Cultural Center • Historic Bethel • 220 Bell St. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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THE PLAY DOUGH ART PROJECT — RECEPTION

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6:30PM • La Bussola & Center Gallery • 254 W. 1st St. • 348-8858 • 2by2creations.com • FREE

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A group art project inspiring creation of small sculptures. All sculpture will be on display and for sale.

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SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES

Brahms, Mozart and Beethoven, performed by musicians from the nationally acclaimed Telluride Chamber Music Festival. 7:30PM • Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building • UNR Campus • 784-4278 • unr.edu/arts • FREE

DANCING IN THE PARK: BLACK ROCK DANCE

An eclectic group of dance pieces, inspired by music from around the world.

8PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 851-0808 • inmotionstudioofdance.com • FREE

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TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

11AM

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

12PM

READERS THEATER: “TAKING LEAVE” DISCOVER COWBOY POETRY

1PM

FILM

1:30PM

ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

5PM

MOMENTS OF MEMORY: “ART FROM THE HEARTS OF ALZHEIMER’S ARTISTS GALA”

5PM

METACOMEDY AND THE ART OF COMING OUT

6PM

TRUCKEE RIVER BLUES WITH GUITAR WOODY AND THE BOILERS

8PM

MOVIES IN THE PARK: “MARY POPPINS”

9PM

ARTOWN AFTER DARK

9PM

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TOY TRAINS — IMAGES OF AMERICA

Using a broad spectrum of color and texture Toy Train Dioramas depict American life — magical time travel for all ages. Children under 12 Free.

11AM • Sparks Heritage Museum • 814 Victorian Ave. • 355-1144 • sparksmuseum.org • $5

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CULTURAL

PIPES ON THE RIVER ORGAN CONCERTS CLASSICAL MUSIC

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Every Friday in July at noon Pipes on the River Classical Music for all ages.

12PM • Trinity Episcopal Church • 200 Island Ave. • 329-4279 • trinityreno.org • FREE SPECIAL


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READERS THEATER: “TAKING LEAVE”

In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Pryne is “taking leave” of the real world and imagining a new one. By Nagle Jackson. 1PM • Sparks Library • 1125 12th St. • 322-4564 • renofirstmethodist.org • DONATION

DISCOVER COWBOY POETRY

Tony Argento entertains and inspires with Cowboy Poetry followed by writin’ and recitin’. 1:30PM • Miguel Ribera Park • 3905 Neil Rd. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER

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5PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 324-4440 • newsreview.com/reno • FREE

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Music series featuring local and regional bands festival-style on the banks of the Truckee. MOMENTS OF MEMORY: “ART FROM THE HEARTS OF ALZHEIMER’S ARTISTS GALA”

Award-winning Alzheimer’s Art. An experience to remember, remember to experience it! 5PM • The Arbors • 2121 E. Prater Way • 848-4788 • momentsofmemory.org • FREE

METACOMEDY AND THE ART OF COMING OUT

A hilarious and inspirational PowerPoint Presentation about self-discovery and the meaning of life.

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6PM • Studio on 4th • 432 E. 4th St. • 513-604-7690 • homesliceproductions.com • DONATION

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TRUCKEE RIVER BLUES WITH GUITAR WOODY AND THE BOILERS

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8PM • River School • 7777 White Fir St. • 690-4261 • riverschool.info • $10

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Come dance and play on the lawn to blues, jazz and swing. Stay late to drum, dance and jam. MOVIES IN THE PARK: “MARY POPPINS”

Disney’s family classic about the practically perfect nanny stars Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. Sponsored by University of Phoenix and Goldcorp, Inc. 9PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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9PM • West Street Market • 134 West St. between 1st & 2nd St. • 354-5711 • renopassport.com • Suggested $5 donation.

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Local bands As Is and Black Rock City All Stars perform. All ages.

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ARTOWN CLOSING NIGHT: THE FUNK BROTHERS

7:30PM

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RENO PHIL’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY GERSHWIN GALA

7:30PM

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ARTOWN CLOSING NIGHT: THE FUNK BROTHERS

The Funk Brothers have played on more No.1 recordings than anyone in the world. As studio musicians and oftentime composers for many of Motown’s greatest hits, The Funk Brothers are living music legends. Sponsored by Terrible’s Sands Regency and Friends of Artown. 7:30PM • Wingfield Park • 1st St. & Arlington Ave. • 322-1538 • renoisartown.com • FREE

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VISUAL

RENO PHIL’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY GERSHWIN GALA

Reno Philharmonic Orchestra takes a look back at 40 years to the very first concert on Aug. 3, 1969 — a Gershwin-themed event.

7:30PM • Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts • 100 S. Virginia St. • 323-6393 • renophil.com • $35 – $85

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2009 Little Book of Artown