Dust Gallery Opening Demonstrates The Continual Improvement Of The Downtown Las Vegas Arts District

200 attend the Dust Gallery opening in the Soho LoftsCongratualtion to Naomi Arens of Dust Gallery. Their new gallery space is now open in the Soho Lofts building at Charleston and Las Vegas Blvd.

urbanites of all ages attended the newest opening in downtown  las vegas's  arts districtAbout 200 attended last nights grand opening. Many notable and well known people attended. We ran into Paul Murad, author of “The Manhattenization of Las Vegas”, Architect Steven JacksonMichael Cornwaite from the Downtown Coctail Room, local artist Steven Spann, and writers Erica Griffin, Matt Kellerman.

Mary Joy, The Very Vintage Vegas fashion editor, in  black and rhinestone.The whole VVV team, Pam, Mary Joy (stunning as always) Paco, Steve, Phil, Susan and naturally, yours truly, Uncle Jack were there as well. Our group had mexican at Dona Maria’s next door afterwards. Great Mexican, and too many margaritas.

marietta hoferer's Marietta Hoferer’s “Unknown” series on display was an understated white on white series of works done entirely with packing tape on paper. The space itself is 2 stories tall, and exactly the kind of gallery needed to become one of the new anchors of the Arts District.


Jack LeVine, Brian Paco Alvarez, Pam Hartley, Phil Hiland, Mary Joy Alderman, and Susan Dean are the team that bring you VeryVintageVegas.comDowntown is alive and kicking. We’ll always be announcing events such as this, and we invite you to come out and enjoy the new urban living in Las Vegas.