REVIVING LINCOLN ART SHOW

July 4, 2019

 

In 1913, the Lincoln Highway was born as one of the earliest transcontinental highways across the US, running right through Reno. In 1974, it was decommissioned and led to vacant properties and illicit activity. The early 2000s saw the birth of an East 4th Street renaissance. Join local visual artists on the journey of the rise, fall, and rise again of the Lincoln Highway through Reno, Nevada. The gallery exhibits original artworks by Reno artists based on various points in 4th Streets history.

 

 

 

Where:  Pitch Black Printing Company, 700 East 4th Street #A, Reno, NV 89512

 

When:   July 13, 2019.   6pm - 9pm

 

Phone: 775-476-2003
Admission: Free
Food & beverage available

 

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About Us

Love to explore the great Nevada outdoors?  Excited about discovering old trailways and byways?  Do once vibrant but now abandoned pioneer settlements stimulate your interest?   Then you will be in great company with folks like us with much love for transportation, local and state history. 

 

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