Reno transforms into a vibrant scene of art, theater, and creative freedom in July during the annual  Artown celebration. Locals and visitors can enjoy free and noteworthy experiences ranging from live music, dance, and theater to cultural and literary events throughout the Riverwalk and the city. 

 

If by chance you can’t join us in July, the Reno Riverwalk District proudly celebrates and features exceptional and specialty art year-round. Reno’s historic Riverwalk District is the epic center of many art-focused events, including outdoor movies in the park, concerts, and performance art that bring audiences from all over to picnic along the river in Wingfield Park. Visitors can stroll along the paths enjoying large kinetic sculptures and signage, locally commissioned murals, and micro exhibits with local art adorning the walls of the nearby bars and cafés.

 

Even the corner coffee shops are hidden gems for local art; in the Riverwalk District, for example, the Crafted Palette is an eclectic bar and café that also offers art classes and painting events, pastries, and wine. You can check out a current schedule on their website to see when painting classes are offered, what events are coming up, art available for purchase, and to take a look at their fantastic menu of food and drink options that are works of delicious art; all on their own! 

 

Housed in the very building where Reno started, the Sierra Arts Foundation is a resident modern art gallery, a space devoted to art and artists, and Reno’s premier arts organization and resource center. They have workshops for artists, exhibits of local artists, and offer a space for art in the community that is like no other. Check out their website to see what workshops are ahead. 

 

Reno is home to a world-class art museum; the Nevada Museum of Art is a fabulous architectural display and museum that is currently celebrating its 90th year. This summer, visitors can discover exhibits featuring local artists and celebrate the significant works of world-famous artists like Judy Chicago and Pablo Picasso.

If you prefer your art a little more dimensional, head to the National Automobile Museum on Lake Street, near the original Reno Arch. This museum focuses on the art of the automobile and celebrates the legacy of transportation through the ages. Even enjoy a film in their cool theater, perfect for the whole family, exhibits are constantly changing – kids will enjoy this summer’s exhibition from the classic Pixar movie, CARS. 

 

With so much art and culture, it is wonderful that Reno and our Riverwalk District also are home to plays, Broadway musicals, our very own Reno Phil, and more! The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts and the Bruka Theatre are the go-to places for epic works of drama, performing arts, dance, and musical theater in our Biggest Little City in the World. Check out their websites to see what is happening and when and get tickets. 

 

The Century Riverside 12 shows all the current blockbusters and occasionally has great nights that feature older and classic films. Check out their website for showtimes and to purchase tickets! And for those movie and film buffs, the Reno Riverwalk District has a traditional 12-screen Movie Theater right along the river. 

 

And lastly, the monthly celebration of our Riverwalk District, the Reno Wine Walk, celebrates art and artists by painting wine glasses that feature Nevada, Riverwalk, and Wine themed imagery on each glass. The glasses come with your price of admission. They include samples of wine at any Wine Walk participating locations on the tour of local businesses and bars in the Riverwalk District. Learn more by visiting the website.

Reno transforms into a vibrant scene of art, theater, and creative freedom in July during the annual  Artown celebration. Locals and visitors can enjoy free and noteworthy experiences ranging from live music, dance, and theater to cultural and literary events throughout the Riverwalk and the city. 

 

If by chance you can’t join us in July, the Reno Riverwalk District proudly celebrates and features exceptional and specialty art year-round. Reno’s historic Riverwalk District is the epic center of many art-focused events, including outdoor movies in the park, concerts, and performance art that bring audiences from all over to picnic along the river in Wingfield Park. Visitors can stroll along the paths enjoying large kinetic sculptures and signage, locally commissioned murals, and micro exhibits with local art adorning the walls of the nearby bars and cafés.

 

Even the corner coffee shops are hidden gems for local art; in the Riverwalk District, for example, the Crafted Palette is an eclectic bar and café that also offers art classes and painting events, pastries, and wine. You can check out a current schedule on their website to see when painting classes are offered, what events are coming up, art available for purchase, and to take a look at their fantastic menu of food and drink options that are works of delicious art; all on their own! 

 

Housed in the very building where Reno started, the Sierra Arts Foundation is a resident modern art gallery, a space devoted to art and artists, and Reno’s premier arts organization and resource center. They have workshops for artists, exhibits of local artists, and offer a space for art in the community that is like no other. Check out their website to see what workshops are ahead. 

 

Reno is home to a world-class art museum; the Nevada Museum of Art is a fabulous architectural display and museum that is currently celebrating its 90th year. This summer, visitors can discover exhibits featuring local artists and celebrate the significant works of world-famous artists like Judy Chicago and Pablo Picasso.

 

If you prefer your art a little more dimensional, head to the National Automobile Museum on Lake Street, near the original Reno Arch. This museum focuses on the art of the automobile and celebrates the legacy of transportation through the ages. Even enjoy a film in their cool theater, perfect for the whole family, exhibits are constantly changing – kids will enjoy this summer’s exhibition from the classic Pixar movie, CARS. 

 

With so much art and culture, it is wonderful that Reno and our Riverwalk District also are home to plays, Broadway musicals, our very own Reno Phil, and more! The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts and the Bruka Theatre are the go-to places for epic works of drama, performing arts, dance, and musical theater in our Biggest Little City in the World. Check out their websites to see what is happening and when and get tickets. 

 

The Century Riverside 12 shows all the current blockbusters and occasionally has great nights that feature older and classic films. Check out their website for showtimes and to purchase tickets! And for those movie and film buffs, the Reno Riverwalk District has a traditional 12-screen Movie Theater right along the river. 

 

And lastly, the monthly celebration of our Riverwalk District, the Reno Wine Walk, celebrates art and artists by painting wine glasses that feature Nevada, Riverwalk, and Wine themed imagery on each glass. The glasses come with your price of admission. They include samples of wine at any Wine Walk participating locations on the tour of local businesses and bars in the Riverwalk District. Learn more by visiting the website.

Reno transforms into a vibrant scene of art, theater, and creative freedom in July during the annual  Artown celebration. Locals and visitors can enjoy free and noteworthy experiences ranging from live music, dance, and theater to cultural and literary events throughout the Riverwalk and the city. 

 

If by chance you can’t join us in July, the Reno Riverwalk District proudly celebrates and features exceptional and specialty art year-round. Reno’s historic Riverwalk District is the epic center of many art-focused events, including outdoor movies in the park, concerts, and performance art that bring audiences from all over to picnic along the river in Wingfield Park. Visitors can stroll along the paths enjoying large kinetic sculptures and signage, locally commissioned murals, and micro exhibits with local art adorning the walls of the nearby bars and cafés.

 

Even the corner coffee shops are hidden gems for local art; in the Riverwalk District, for example, the Crafted Palette is an eclectic bar and café that also offers art classes and painting events, pastries, and wine. You can check out a current schedule on their website to see when painting classes are offered, what events are coming up, art available for purchase, and to take a look at their fantastic menu of food and drink options that are works of delicious art; all on their own! 

 

Housed in the very building where Reno started, the Sierra Arts Foundation is a resident modern art gallery, a space devoted to art and artists, and Reno’s premier arts organization and resource center. They have workshops for artists, exhibits of local artists, and offer a space for art in the community that is like no other. Check out their website to see what workshops are ahead. 

 

Reno is home to a world-class art museum; the Nevada Museum of Art is a fabulous architectural display and museum that is currently celebrating its 90th year. This summer, visitors can discover exhibits featuring local artists and celebrate the significant works of world-famous artists like Judy Chicago and Pablo Picasso.

 

 

If you prefer your art a little more dimensional, head to the National Automobile Museum on Lake Street, near the original Reno Arch. This museum focuses on the art of the automobile and celebrates the legacy of transportation through the ages. Even enjoy a film in their cool theater, perfect for the whole family, exhibits are constantly changing – kids will enjoy this summer’s exhibition from the classic Pixar movie, CARS. 

 

With so much art and culture, it is wonderful that Reno and our Riverwalk District also are home to plays, Broadway musicals, our very own Reno Phil, and more! The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts and the Bruka Theatre are the go-to places for epic works of drama, performing arts, dance, and musical theater in our Biggest Little City in the World. Check out their websites to see what is happening and when and get tickets. 

 

The Century Riverside 12 shows all the current blockbusters and occasionally has great nights that feature older and classic films. Check out their website for showtimes and to purchase tickets! And for those movie and film buffs, the Reno Riverwalk District has a traditional 12-screen Movie Theater right along the river. 

 

And lastly, the monthly celebration of our Riverwalk District, the Reno Wine Walk, celebrates art and artists by painting wine glasses that feature Nevada, Riverwalk, and Wine themed imagery on each glass. The glasses come with your price of admission. They include samples of wine at any Wine Walk participating locations on the tour of local businesses and bars in the Riverwalk District. Learn more by visiting the website.

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