ART FOR GUEST'S SAKE.
At The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, we wanted to build an art program that enhanced the experience of every single guest and wasn't just another painting or sculpture that blends into the background - not that we don't have paintings and sculptures for you to enjoy. Instead we wanted to build an art program that every guest – from the most novice observer to the most sophisticated critic – could touch, feel, hear and experience. Whether it's while you're walking through the lobby, sipping on a cocktail in The Chandelier, or splitting Aces, The Cosmopolitan hopes to satisfy your cultural sensibilities and foster a greater awareness, understanding, and appreciation of art and music. All while reaching audiences that might otherwise look past Las Vegas as an art destination.
Learn more about current Art programming at The Cosmopolitan.
To build the most meaningful collection imaginable, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is collaborating with several organizations that share our perspective on art and agree that it should not be an intimidating or esoteric domain only appreciated by experts and scholars. From the Art Production Fund, a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help artists realize difficult-to-produce works while expanding public participation and understanding of contemporary art, to Art-o-mat, whose mission is to increase art consumption and believes that art should be progressive, yet personal and approachable, to our own Artist-in-Residence program, we have assembled, and will continue to assemble, like-minded, best-of-breed partners that will help us serve as a catalyst for creativity and culture and inspire interest in art and music.
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is committed to building a space where fresh, innovative and provocative content sits at the intersection of art and technology. Whether it’s using unique technology found no place else or challenging the tried and true assumptions about how to use familiar technologies like our 65’ marquee or in-house televisions, we infuse everything we do with an artful perspective. By commissioning work from prominent LED-artists like Leo Villareal and hosting temporary loans of video art from renowned artists like TJ Wilcox and Yoko Ono, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will feature one of the most compelling collections of new media art in the world.