Public Arts Office

Public Arts Office


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Program Supervisor: Mickey Sprott


Clark County Public Arts is a program within the Department of Parks and Recreation. The program includes opportunities for artists to create new art projects and submit artworks to the County galleries, provide education to artists and the community, as well as initiate repairs and restoration of existing public art.



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HEADS-UP: "Norte y Sur" (North and South) by sculptor Luis Varela-Rico is now installed on Eastern at the 215. The two black-metallic profiles in a stare dow are the final installation of Clark County’s “Centered,” a 10-site public-art project.


Artist Vanessa Maciel Napoles (left)  was awarded Best of Show for her paper-mache piece "La Vidente y su Guia (Maria Sabina)." She is seen here with culture writer Leslie Ventura, who judged over 44 works in the Winchester Cultural Center gallery.

A sampling of Clark County's public art collection can now be found on the Public Art Archive of the Western States Arts Federation. View collection on the Public Art Archive website by clicking here.

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