2012 Mayor’s Urban Design Awards

2012 Mayor’s Urban Design Awards

The MUDA award trophies are commissioned art glass pieces designed by the local Glassic Art Studio operated by artist Leslie Rankin. Funds for the awards were provided by the Las Vegas Arts Commission.

The Mayor’s Urban Design Awards (MUDA) are presented annually at the State of the City address. To qualify, projects must be located within city limits and achieve significant impact through enhancing public spaces, promoting pedestrian safety, conserving resources and preserving historic buildings and places. Nominations are open during the fall of each year for the following award categories: Buildings and Environment, Public Places, Public Art, Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse


Building and Environment: The Smith Center for the Performing Arts
Public Places: Las Vegas City Hall
Public Art: Pipe Dream (Fanfare for the Common Man), artist Tim Bavington
Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse: The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement (The Mob Museum), and Neon Museum Visitors Center

Artist: Awards created by Leslie Rankin

Completed: January 1, 2012

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