As part of the ongoing Nevada Humanities Exhibition Series, a new virtual exhibition, Performing in the Dark: The Sudden Disappearance of Live Entertainment, curated by Miranda Alam, opens online on February 5, 2021, at nevadahumanities.org and will be on display as a virtual exhibition indefinitely. New Monuments for a Future Las Vegas curator's talk will take place as a live Zoom event at 7 pm on Friday, March 5, 2021. View the exhibition online at nevadahumanities.org/exhibitionseries. Las Vegas' cultural identity and economic wellbeing is undeniably linked to the performers and stage staff who once spent their days and nights dazzling tourists in intimate performances and big-money productions alike. Performing in the Dark is a photojournalism, multi-media exhibition that highlights the sudden disappearance of live entertainment in the Entertainment Capital of the World. This photojournalism exhibition captures visions of Las Vegas caught in pandemic. Through the lenses of Nevada’s photojournalists, this exhibition spotlights local performers who have found themselves stranded from the stage, and forced to find new ways to get by amid the unrelenting pandemic Photojournalists featured in this exhibition include: Rachel Aston, Benjamin Hager, Ellen Schmidt, and Chase Stevens from the Las Vegas Review-Journal; Christopher DeVargas, Steve Marcus, and Wade Vandervort from Greenspun Media Group publications; and freelance/local photojournalists Bridget Bennett, Ronda Churchill, Mikayla Whitmore, Aaron Mayes, and exhibition curator Miranda Alam.