Andrea L. Tyrell with a Yellow Umbrella

Art Column

Art Columnist Andrea Lynn Tyrell is a 29-year-old reporter, blogger, actress and fiction writer living in Reno, NV. She is obsessed with Peter Jennings’ and Lisa Ling’s careers and hopes to one day win an Oscar (she already has her acceptance speech prepared and memorized).

Andrea has editorial, website and multimedia experience and writes about political issues, relationships and sex, entertainment and art, as well as human interest pieces.

Andrea Lynn Tyrell's Art Column

Renting in Reno

NADA gras at the Morris

When I first moved to the Biggest Little City, it was for college and I focused my attention on the university. When I moved back, I was impressed with the Art communities committed to Reno and Sparks. This city wasn’t the Reno I lef...

Wildflower Village Art Rooms

Wildflower Village is tucked back away from the mainstream entertainment block of the city. It’s a is a non-profit arts center, rentable motel and performance space that caters to the art community, musicians local and abroad, and anyone who just needs a place to call home.

Artist List - Dance Dice Believe Boxes

RSN Artist Application

Let us know what you do so we can contact you when we create or discover paying gigs for artistic services. Art brings neighborhood pride. We are recruiting for a mural project this summer right now.

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Artist List Signup Form

We are creating this list to help artists land paying gigs. Time kills all deals. Sign up so we can pull the trigger the moment we get the go for a project.

Artist List Signup Form

Neighborhood Councils

Fill out this short questionnaire to join a Neighborhood Council. There are no required meetings. Whether you spend five minutes a month or 60 hours a week making your community better, you are welcome to use the resources here to empower your work.

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We have a list of 94 neighborhoods in South Washoe County to write about. If you want yours on the short list, email us a rough draft or post to the neighborhood comment board!

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