“O’Keeffe: One Hundred Flowers” Now Open Inside The Portal, AREA15’s 360-Degree Projection-Mapped Venue
Featuring cutting-edge, 360-degree projection mapping technology, the exhibit is the most recent immersive art experience to launch at AREA15, following “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” and “Klimt: The Immersive Experience” which concluded in August.
On view throughout the rest of 2022, “O’Keeffe: One Hundred Flowers” celebrates the legacy of the greatest painter of flowers in the history of Western Art. Georgia O’Keeffe is the “Mother of American Modernism” and is celebrated as an icon for her crusade to create spaces for female artists.
In this vividly immersive experience, O’Keeffe’s paintings come to life in a virtual garden revealing her most celebrated pieces – including a few which are not publicly displayed. Set to an anthemic 12-song soundtrack of notable all-female artists, including Nina Simone, Cyndi Lauper and Andra Day, guests can experience the art as if looking through a magnifying glass.
Additionally, guests can order specialty cocktails inspired by the flora and fauna of the experience. Available for $19 each, libations include the Flower Drop made with Grey Goose Vodka, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, lemon juice and simple syrup, the Desert Flower crafted with Casamigos Blanco Tequila, agave, prickly pear syrup and lime juice and the Sky Above Clouds created with Grey Goose Vodka, Midori, lemon juice, lime juice and simple syrup.
As the experience concludes, each guest will also receive a package of wildflower seeds ideal for planting and celebrating the legacy of O’Keeffe.
“Following the enormous success of ‘Van Gogh’ and ‘Klimt,’ we are thrilled to launch AREA15’s newest immersive art experience inside The Portal,” said Winston Fisher, chief executive officer, AREA15. “As a top destination for immersive art and entertainment, AREA15 is a must-see attraction for art enthusiasts visiting Las Vegas.”
The timed digital art exhibition encompasses 35 minutes inside the 7,000-square-foot Portal. General admission tickets are available for $30 and discounted tickets for children, seniors, Nevada residents and military are available for $23. Various dates are now on sale through September; the show will run until February.
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