Hear the real story from 2015 NCECA TODAY from 2.15pm – 3.30pm!
Find out what happens when 13 students of art from Las Vegas travel to the world’s largest professional ceramics conference…
We invite our amazingly supportive community of artists and art lovers to an inspirational presentation of gratitude and creative energy. This life-changing journey to New England could not have been possible without you! Come see the difference you make <3
Virgin Valley Artists’ Association Annual Student Exhibition
A month long exhibition of student artworks from
the Mesquite area Virgin Valley K-12 Public Schools
and featuring the Rancho Ceramics Studio student artwork from
Rancho High School in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery,
15 W Mesquite Blvd,
Mesquite, NV 89027 (map)
Monday May 4 – Saturday May 30
10am – 4pm daily (Closed Sunday)
Saturday May 23, 1pm – 3pm
Free to the public.
Eureka Casino and Resort.
Phone: (702) 346-1338
Mesquite Home Page:
Join us every Saturday for some fun in the mud! We have a full line of course offerings to keep you inspired and creative ~ all ages and levels of experience are welcome. Complimentary continental breakfast and coffee are also included! Starting Saturday, April 25th and continuing through Saturday, May 23rd.
Congratulations to the Rancho Ceramics Students representing nationally at the
49th Annual NCECA Conference, March 25-28, 2015 in Providence, RI!
Left to Right: Estefania Gutierrez, Yesenia Godoy, Melissa Valdovinos, Vesna Blanusa, Ash Ortega, Mari Aguilar, Emily Guzman, Aylin Ibarra, Travis Watts, Alejandro Gonzalez, Emmanuel Villa, Cynthia Hernandez, Ulrich Bernardino, and C.A. Traen
You are invited to journey deeper into the world of ceramics through alternative firings with local Las Vegas artist, Shari Bray at her FREE Saggar Workshop! Learn how to develop layered sophisticated textures with combustible materials as well as experiencing a primitive wood firing in our very own new barrel kiln!
This workshop is sponsored by Metro Arts Youth Council (MAYC).
All proceeds from the sale of bisque ware go towards the MAYC Scholarship Fund.
Beginning students are starting their very first responses to an artistic problem this week! As the story goes, they found a bizarre and intriguing object while hiking at Mount Charleston…and they are using Ernst Haekel’s illustrated text, “Artforms in Nature” for references to help them re-create that fascinating Unidentified Object!
Ideas are brewing for lots of well-designed, engaging sculptures…