TWO TWO partners with the city of Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, Nov 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (via Blockchain Wire) TWO and the city have teamed up to reinvigorate the Downtown Arts District. With immersion, interaction, NFTs and multiple forms of reality, TWO TWO’s collaborations with some of the world’s best artists, composers and engineers are representative of the inspiration behind creativity, focusing on expansion. artistic vision and disrupting the entire industry. Reinventing mediums, TWO TWO transcends all current artist experiences. As the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas recognizes the need to exhibit art in a way that remains relevant to future generations.

“TWO TWO is an ideal partner to help us reinvigorate our arts district to achieve world-class status,” said Tammy Christensen, Senior Economic Development Officer for the City of Las Vegas. “We look forward to welcoming the transformation of the art world to our amazing city. “

As the bohemian gem of downtown Las Vegas, the Arts District is already in full view. Absolute mecca of food, music, fashion and of course art, the area is home to the city’s most exciting venues, shops, restaurants, bars and art galleries, serving up the best southern culture. from Nevada. From the coolest bars like ReBar, which is a combination of a bar and an antique store where literally EVERYTHING is for sale, to the most delicious restaurants like Esther’s Kitchen, founded by five-star Michelin chef James Tree, the arts district is the real hub of Las Vegas. “Everything in the Arts District is independent and free-spirited,” says Trees. “Unlike the big hotels on the Strip, where everything fits perfectly into a theme, the Arts District is its own entity. This is what makes it so fun and exciting.

You can shop for the most vibrant modern and vintage clothing at places like Glam Factory Vintage and Del’la Couture, or enjoy the best theater this side of Broadway at the Cockroach Theater or the Vegas Theater Company. Cocktail lounges like The Velveteen Rabbit and upscale cafes like Makers and Finders are chicer in New York Soho than kitschy Vegas Strip, and craft breweries like HUDL Brewing and Able Baker are making names for producing the craft on the go. tastiest and most unique brew in the country. Popular venues such as Ninja Karaoke provide a full blast karaoke experience in Tokyo, with themed rooms that are perfect for hosting your next birthday or business party, while trendy lounges like The Atomic Lounge can take you to the next level. give the most elegant classic looks from the 1950s to today.

But of course, what would Las Vegas’ Arts District be without art. You don’t even have to set foot in one of the neighborhood’s many notable galleries to peruse the murals that adorn the walls of nearly every building in the area. Whether you’re looking for a limited edition print, the perfect piece to tie a piece together, or the perfect artist to bring a custom commission to life, the galleries in the Arts District are treasures for art lovers. casual and serious art. The Arts Factory is a sprawling converted warehouse that houses the studios of the city’s most famous local artists, and Helios Fine Art is another renowned venue known for pushing boundaries and challenging the viewer.

For those looking for vintage collectibles, furniture, knick-knacks and tchotchkes, Retro Vegas is a Vegas kitsch time machine specializing in the finest relics from bygone times. Yet perhaps the most exciting aspect of this burgeoning Vegas cultural phenomenon is their famous First Friday events. On the first Friday of every month, the Arts District hosts a huge block party where the city’s best musicians, artists, food vendors and clothing designers come together to showcase their cutting-edge work. It’s the best party in town. Although better known as a monthly event, the First Friday Foundation extends its community outreach efforts well beyond the first Friday of each month.

As a non-profit organization, the First Friday Foundation serves to strengthen local arts, culture and education through artistic opportunities for thousands of students in the Clark County School District. This aligns directly with TWO TWO’s mission statement, to connect and enrich the global community through the arts and entertainment. As the neighborhood’s first immersive art gallery, TWO TWO will become the touchstone from which all future galleries and art will emerge. So forget your tired old Las Vegas Strip and welcome yourself to the city’s best-kept secret, located in the south of downtown just steps from Fremont St.

“If you want to learn more about history, you can read history books, but it’s a unique perspective that can be tainted by class or politics,” says Steven W Meistrich, co-founder and CEO by TWO TWO. “In my opinion, if you want to really understand and embrace history, you need art, music and literature because it represents the truth; the heart of a society, of a generation, of a culture. This understanding offers a real sense of the significance of history which is fundamental to adult humanity. Art, music and literature are not learned. They are oxygen and it is our responsibility to educate.

TWO TWO, the city of Las Vegas, partner of Art Without Boundaries.


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