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Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, Performing and Visual Arts

Photos & Links: Photo 1 (Web Page 1)
Location:
315 S. 7th St.,
Las Vegas, NV
Alternate Name(s):
  • Las Vegas Academy Theatre
Type(s):
Subtype(s):
Completed: 2005-08
Firm(s):
Owners: Clark County School District
Contractors: Civil Engineer PBS&J
Electrical Engineers-JBA Consulting Engineers
General Contractor-Roche Constructors, Inc
Structural Engineer-Martin & Peltyn, Inc.
Description: This $16,000,000 auditorium houses the Clark County School District?s magnet program for performing and visual arts. As the first phase of new construction at this 1930s campus, the new theater complements the school?s two existing Art Deco buildings, both of which are listed on the Register of Historic Places and Structures.
Extra Note: Hagen, Christopher. “New & Notable.” Architecture Las Vegas, 2003, 75.

UNLV Architecture Studies Library, Special Collections holds: Photo Montage Boards (CCSD 19)

AIA Nevada Design Awards (2003) Entry No. UB03017, Submission.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: entry form/board, plans, elevations, photos and CD

AIA Nevada Design Awards (2005) Entry No. B05079, Submission.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Form Core Boards, Project Entry Form, Project Identification Form, Photo Release Form, Intern Compensation Disclaimer Form, Exteriors Photos, Site Plan, Floor Plans, Sketches, Sections, Interior Photos and CD

Berton, Brad. “Preserve Nevada’s 11 Successfully Saved List.” Urban Land, September 2002, 108.

Nicoletta, Julie. Buildings of Nevada. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Includes project description and photo
Spatially Direct Parent: Las Vegas High School
Spatially Largest Parent: Las Vegas High School
Chronologically Direct Parent: Las Vegas High School
Chronologically Largest Parent: Las Vegas High School