BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Nevada Arts Council - ECPv5.1.2.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Nevada Arts Council X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Nevada Arts Council BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Los_Angeles BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0800 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 TZNAME:PDT DTSTART:20220313T100000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0800 TZNAME:PST DTSTART:20221106T090000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220228T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220228T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194259Z UID:27854-1646038800-1646064000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-28/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220225T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220225T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194258Z UID:27853-1645779600-1645804800@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-25/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220224T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220224T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194258Z UID:27852-1645693200-1645718400@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-24/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220223T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220223T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194258Z UID:27851-1645606800-1645632000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-23/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220222T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220222T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194258Z UID:27850-1645520400-1645545600@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-22/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220221T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220221T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194258Z UID:27849-1645434000-1645459200@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-21/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220218T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220218T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194258Z UID:27848-1645174800-1645200000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-18/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220217T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220217T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194257Z UID:27847-1645088400-1645113600@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-17/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220216T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220216T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194257Z UID:27846-1645002000-1645027200@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-16/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220215T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220215T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194257Z UID:27845-1644915600-1644940800@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-15/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220214T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220214T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194257Z UID:27844-1644829200-1644854400@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-14/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220211T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220211T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194257Z UID:27843-1644570000-1644595200@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-11/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220210T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220210T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194257Z UID:27842-1644483600-1644508800@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-10/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220209T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220209T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27841-1644397200-1644422400@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-09/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220208T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220208T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27840-1644310800-1644336000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-08/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220207T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220207T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27839-1644224400-1644249600@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-07/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220204T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220204T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27838-1643965200-1643990400@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-04/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220203T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220203T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27837-1643878800-1643904000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-03/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220202T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220202T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27836-1643792400-1643817600@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-02/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220201T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220201T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194256Z UID:27835-1643706000-1643731200@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-02-01/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220131T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220131T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194255Z UID:27834-1643619600-1643644800@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-31/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220128T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220128T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194255Z UID:27833-1643360400-1643385600@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-28/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220127T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220127T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194255Z UID:27832-1643274000-1643299200@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-27/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220126T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220126T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194255Z UID:27831-1643187600-1643212800@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-26/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220125T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220125T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194255Z UID:27830-1643101200-1643126400@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-25/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220124T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220124T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194255Z UID:27829-1643014800-1643040000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-24/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220121T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220121T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194254Z UID:27828-1642755600-1642780800@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-21/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220120T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220120T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194254Z UID:27827-1642669200-1642694400@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-20/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220119T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220119T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194254Z UID:27826-1642582800-1642608000@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-19/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220118T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220118T160000 DTSTAMP:20211209T021626 CREATED:20210630T221343Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T194254Z UID:27825-1642496400-1642521600@www.nvartscouncil.org SUMMARY:Find Your Folklife: We Are "the Folk"\, All of Us DESCRIPTION:\n\nPhoto exhibit showcasing Nevadans\, cultural identity opens at state museum in Las Vegas \nLAS VEGAS — “Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” is on display at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas; an online version of the innovative photo exhibit also is available on the museum’s website. \n“We’re proud to offer this photo exhibit\, which provides a nuanced look at cultural identity and how that is expressed by Nevadans\,” Sarah Hulme\, who manages the museum’s photos and outreach\, said. \nThe exhibit\, curated by the Nevada Arts Council Folklife Program\, features photographs of Nevadans dressed to represent different cultural identities\, each paired with a photograph of the same person in “everyday” dress as he or she might appear at home\, work\, or enjoying recreational activities. These photo pairs have been combined on “lenticular two-flip” panels so that as the viewer approaches\, he or she sees just one of the photos. As the viewer passes by the panel\, it “flips” to the other image as though by magic. The effect is created by interleaving the images on narrow strips that are refracted through an overlying lens to create the startling “two-flip” effect. Each image pair is accompanied by a statement in the model’s own words that speaks to some aspect of cultural community or identity. \nFolklife\, folk arts\, and folklore all spring from cultural identity\, which comes from belonging to a social group\, according to Nevada Arts Council Folklife Specialist Rebecca Snetselaar. Family heritage — national or ethnic — often informs a person’s sense of self. Cultural identity also may derive from language\, gender\, religion\, age\, occupation\, and sense of place. Culture is something we share with others in a social group. It’s our folklife: our common values and beliefs\, the creative ways we express identity in a group\, the knowledge we share\, the objects that hold significance and meaning\, the activities we engage in as a community. \n“Find Your Folklife: We Are ‘the Folk\,’ All of Us\,” can be seen at the Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, 309 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas (on the Springs Preserve campus). The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Monday. For museum info and ticket information\, visit LasVegasNVMuseum.org. \nThe Nevada State Museum\, Las Vegas\, is one of seven state museums\, and is part of the Nevada Division of Museums and History. The Nevada Division of Museums and History preserves\, shares and promotes the understanding and celebration of Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage for the enrichment of all generations. Details: NVMuseums.org. \nThe Nevada Arts Council is part of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves\, supports\, strengthens\, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. \n\n\n——-\nMuseum admission is included with a ticket to visit The Springs Preserve. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Members need only to present their Membership ID for entry. $9.95 adults\, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)\, free for children ages 2 and under. Free for members with valid ID.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n URL:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/event/find-your-folklife-exhibit/2022-01-18/ LOCATION:Nevada State Museum Las Vegas\, 309 S Valley View Blvd\, Las Vegas\, NV CATEGORIES:Folklife,Virtual,Visual ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.nvartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/50829447307_0100125d34_o.jpg END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR