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ABOUT THE GATEWAY ARTS FOUNDATION

 

 

Award with Las Vegas Mayor, Oscar Goodman

Recognition of THE SENIOR OF THE QUARTER AWARD. January 21, 2009.

 

Doo-Wop

Doo-Wop with Marque Munday and Victor Moeà

 

Group Shot

Top Left: Damas Marfil starring Myrna Adad, Nena Del Rosario Villa-Nueva, Bonnie Armacost, and Marilyn Y. Sumulong. Top Right: Marque Munday.

Bottom Left: Rictor Riolo and Chelle' Reed. Bottom Right: Isaias Urrabazo.

 

with Ken Owens

Camille and Jerry Duskin with book author, Ken Owens

 

Camille and Jerry Duskin with local Las Vegas music instructors and host, Stephen Sorrentino.

 

What is the Gateway Gallery? – A public art collection?

The public arts collection consists of many residential apartment buildings and one motel in the area known as the Gateway To The Cultural Corridor. Through on-going efforts Gateway has transformed previously tagged buildings into a "canvases" for murals. All murals have been created by local artists and every artist has been compensated for each work of art. This project is "one of a kind" for the city of Las Vegas as it’s a true cooperation between property owners, the city of Las Vegas, and Las Vegas artists. This continuing art collection began as a solution to the problem of tagging in this area and the positive results are evident in the form of neighborhood beautification and pride. For his time, energy, and financial commitment Wells Fargo and Channel 13 honored Gerald Duskin with the Jacqueline Kennedy Inspired Jefferson Award for Outstanding Neighborhood Volunteer.

The second phase of this project is "Alley Art" where selected students from The Stupak Center work with young local artists to paint the rear of many buildings in the alley behind Fairfield Street. These students love the opportunity to create artwork in their neighborhood and proudly show their friends their contributions. Once again, committing time and volunteerism to a true vision has given young people a way to use talent and paint in a positive way.

A natural transition from the visual arts program is to the wonderful talents of the aspiring and professional performing artists in fabulous Las Vegas. To this end Gateway is committed to provide “Hattie’s House” free of charge to music and theater teachers to be used as opportunities for students to perform and for recitals. Hattie’s House is a living tribute to Camille’s late mother.

Regularly scheduled monthly events feature a variety of performances by Las Vegas artists. Ticket sales for these events compensate the performers and benefit the Gateway Scholarship fund for young Las Vegas artists.

Gateway has made a huge impact on the cultural community of Las Vegas. Please join the Gateway Arts Foundation by attending one of the great events, contributing to the scholarship program, and remembering Gateway with your thoughtful donation.


On October 27th, 2011, Bank of America awarded Camille Duskin $5,000 to the Gateway Arts Foundation's scholarship fund.  Below is a video of the wonderful tribute to our city and young Las Vegas artists. Thank you Camille.

 

Bank of America Award Recipient: Camille Duskin

October 27, 2011

 

 

 

Camille and Jerry Duski

"We encourage you to find the art in your life... and...keep a song in your heart!"

-- Camille and Jerry Duskin

 

 GATEWAY GALLERY – A PUBLIC ART COLLECTION

(501c3 non-profit organization)

 

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