Believe it or not, there is culture as well as casinos in Las Vegas. Today and tomorrow are the last days to see an a-maah-zing art exhibit at UNLV.
Before 9/11, people asked each other, “Where were you when President Kennedy was shot?” Everyone remembers that horrible moment.
Now 1963 is ancient history. But an art exhibit at UNLV makes that day come alive for those not alive to live through it.
Deborah Aschheim studied historical photos of people responding to the loss of both John and Robert Kennedy. Then the artist-in residence at the UNLV Department of Art created her own drawings from them. The result is the exhibition “Kennedy Obsession.” The goal of the drawings is to suss out your memories of the past to help understand the present.
Kennedy Obssession is at the Marjorie Barrick Museum on campus. The exhibit is open from 9 to 5 today and noon to 5 tomorrow.
Admission is FREE!
Have a great week-end Las Vegas.
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