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The Las Vegas Art Museum closed unexpectedly earlier this year due to the economic downturn. But not all is lost in the local art scene. We talk with a roundtable of local artists and gallery owners about why they're optimistic about the future of art in Las Vegas. We talk with Marty Walsh, owner of Trifecta Gallery, Jennifer Harrington, owner of Henri and Odette gallery and Brett Sperry, owner of the soon-to-be-open Brett Wesley Gallery.

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