What's happening in the next few weeks:
* The Nevada Museum of Art presents "Andy Warhol's Cowboys and Indians," a series of 10 serigraph prints depicting icons of the American West, June 8-Aug. 9. At right, Warhol's 1986 serigraph of Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Also on view through Aug. 9: "On the Road With Thomas Hart Benton: Changing Images of America" features mixed-media work Benton created in the 1920s and 1930s. 160 W. Liberty St., (702) 329-3333.
* Cultural organizations will mount 200 events for the Uptown Downtown ARTown Festival, July 1-31. 24-hour hotline: (702) 334-2536. Musical highlights include the Sierra Nevada Master Chorale's "Twilight Concert in the Park," July 1, (702) 747-7777; Reno Philharmonic's "Pops on the River," July 11, (702) 323-6393; and Quartet Erika's "The Evolution of Jazz From 1899 to 1972," July 12, (702) 626-7878. All events in Wingfield Park, Arlington and First streets.
* Theater events: Nevada Repertory Company's "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," July 10-11 and 15-18, University of Nevada Reno campus, Church Fine Arts Building, North Virginia Street, (702) 784-6847; the Broadway production of "Tap Dogs," June 30-July 2 at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, 100 S. Virginia St., (702) 686-6610; and Renaissance Projects' "Shivering and Sighing," July 10-11, a humorous drama that pairs Dorothy Parker and Oscar Wilde, Bruka Theater, 99 N. Virginia St., (702) 841-5960.
* "Arts on the Green Juried Show and Sale" will feature 50 artists and crafts people July 17-18 at the historic 1877 Lake Mansion, South Virginia Street and Kietzke Lane. (702) 826-6100.
* Meet Galileo, Martin Luther and Mohandas K. Gandhi at the "Great Basin Chautauqua," July 20-23 at Rancho San Rafael, entrance on North Sierra Street, just south of McCarran Boulevard. Chautauqua is a summer tent show in which humanities scholars portray historical figures. (800) 382-5023 or (702) 784-6587.