• By Albert Depew

a new collaboration between the Nevada Governor’s Mansion and the Carson City Department of Arts & Culture
a new collaboration between the Nevada Governor’s Mansion and the Carson City Department of Arts & Culture
  • NOMINATION

    The 2019 Mayor’s Arts Awards is an inaugural event presented by the City Carson City Department of Arts & Culture and the Carson City Chamber of Commerce designed to recognize individuals and organizations committed to elevating arts excellence within the state capital.

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  • Final Flyer9.17.19

    The 2nd Annual Paint, Sip, and Chip! event is scheduled for 10/23 at the Nevada State Museum 4-6pm

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  • FLYER

    Carson City's Dept. of Arts & Culture presents the second installment of its Summer Artist Lecture Series NEXT THURSDAY, July 25, 5-6:30pm with Morgan Craig (Philadelphia, PA) and Adrian Landon/Ewelina Bochenska (NYC, NY). This HOT, HOT, HOT collaboration is with our friends at Resident Artist Program in Silver City Nevada and Buffalo Creek Art Center Inc! Thursday July 25th (5-630pm) Community Development Building (the Brick), 108 E. Proctor St. Free to the public! Come inside, cool down, and meet some TOP TALENT at the ARTS! www.morgancraig.org http://www.adrianlandon.com https://www.artinamericamagazine.com/reviews/ewelina-bochenska/

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  • Flyer for July 9

    Carson City Department of Arts and Culture in search of two muralists. The theme for the outdoor murals will be 'Reach for the Stars.' Each muralist will be given a $1,250 stipend.

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  • CCArtsInvitation

    A special reception at the Reno Tahoe International Airport.

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  • FLYER

    The 1st Annual Paint, Sip, and Chip! at the Adams Hub for Innovation was hosted on October 24, 2018 and included chips, salsa, soda, and skull painting in celebration of the upcoming Dia de Los Muertos event.

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  • Marshal

    The Meet the Marshal presentation on June 1, 2018 by U.S. Marshal Christopher Hoye was part of the many events in the True Grit’ series, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read.

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  • FINAL EMAIL CALENDAR

    From May 3 to June 5, 2018 the community celebrated the themes of Charles Portis’ True Grit with a full 30-day calendar of events including book giveaways and more.

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The Commission meets throughout the year at the Carson City Community Center’s Sierra Room, 850 East Williams St. (corner of N. Roop St.), Carson City, NV 89701. Meetings are typically held January, March, May, July, September, November on the 2nd Mondays of the month at 5:30 p.m. Meetings are open to the public and televised live.


Carson City Parks and Open Space Experiencing Increased Visitation

In light of current directives from the Governor related to health concerns, many facilities are closed, leaving few options for exercise and recreation. The Carson City Parks, Recreation & Open Space Department reports that an unprecedented number of people are utilizing Carson City’s more than 8,000 acres of parks, trails and open space. Trailhead parking in some locations is over capacity.

 The Waterfall trailhead on Kings Canyon Road is experiencing especially large numbers of visitors, resulting in traffic congestion and parking related issues. Carson City, in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service, is cautioning people to avoid this trailhead during peak times, especially mid-day and on weekends. The existing parking area can safely accommodate about ten vehicles and if it is full, the public is asked to go to other trailhead locations. Please do not park along Kings Canyon Road, which may impact access for local residents and emergency vehicles. Carson City may be placing signs and barricades to reduce traffic in this area and parking violations may be cited. If these mitigations are not effective, trailhead closure may be considered.

 Carson City reminds everyone to practice social distancing while recreating and encourages people to discover new trails and trailheads that may be less crowded.  Here are some suggestions:

 

•           East Silver Saddle Ranch

•           Silver Saddle Ranch

•           Prison Hill

•           Empire Ranch Trail

•           Wildhorse Trail (Centennial Park)

•           Ambrose Natural Area

•           Ash to Kings Trail

•           Freeway Multi-Use Pathway

•           V&T Trail

•           Linear Ditch Trail

•           Fairview Drive Multi-Use Pathway 

 

For maps and more information visit these sources:

•           carson.org/trails

•           https://issuu.com/carson44/docs/carson_and_douglas_trail_guide

•           Musclepowered.org

•           carsonvalleytrails.org

 

For timely updates visit:

carson.org and the Carson City Parks, Recreation & Open Space Department Facebook page.

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