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Cirque du Soleil members show off their other artistic side

Photography, paintings, sculptures and mixed media are all part of the exhibit

Who says Las Vegas doesn’t have culture?

Cirque du Soleil displays its artistic side in its 10th annual art exhibition “Parade: The Collective.” The art show opened Jan. 1 at the Trifecta Gallery.

The free show features photos, mixed-media works, sculptures and paintings by 21 Cirque performers, technicians and support staff.

Get up close and personal with the artists on Thursdays with Late Until Eight. Different artists talk about their work from 5 to 8 p.m.

All formats of artwork were accepted for this project that features works by a rigger from "The Beatles Love," a carpenter from "Michael Jackson One" and performers from "Kà" and "Zumanity," to name a few.

The show closes Jan. 30

Info: Trifecta Gallery, 107 E. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas; (702) 366-7001

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