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University Galleries welcomes visitors to observe museum staff preparing the museum collection to move into a new facility. Part of Sheppard Contemporary has been transformed into a working lab where the inner workings of the museum will be shared with the community.
Turning Over a New Leaf: Fabric Constructions by Lisa Flowers Ross features bright and bold abstract artworks using hand died fabric. Drawing upon themes of nature and daily observation, fabric and thread is transformed into simple shapes with an emphasis on line, color and composition.
Angles and Eaves: Deconstructing Architecture features hard-edge acrylic paintings reflecting the architectural styles of California before the turn of the 20th Century.
Preserved: Limb, timber and tree-spirit features paintings of serene, color drenched environments exploring themes of nature. Artist Jennifer Kapnek uses layers of acrylic paint on recycled wood while incorporating natural elements to reflect concepts of history, endurance, and preservation.
Former University professor Walter McNamara and frequent collaborator Lynda Yuroff have created a new, two-person exhibition as part of University Galleries' exhibition series that investigates the permanent collection.
Art Exhibit at South Valleys Library Gallery by local photographer Marylou Schindler
Sierra Watercolor Society returns with an exhibition of new watercolor paintings. Artists were invited to explore the theme of "Freedom of Expression" in landscapes, portraits, abstract, and other styles.
Exhibit of new original paintings by local watercolor artists. Artists reception/potluck open to the public December 2, 10 a.m.-noon. Silent Auction & Raffle to benefit Art Angels December 2-9.
Current second-year Master of Fine Arts in the Visual Arts students' group exhibition of current work demonstrating progress through the program. Featured artists include Mark Combs and Mahedi Anjuman.
Young emerging photographer, Marjorie Williams, is taking over the hallway gallery space at Holland to showcase a new series of self portraits.
For the final Serva Pool exhibit of the year we have a banger for you! Reno-based artists, Ashley Westwood and Omar Pierce’s audio/visual installation titled, "In a Broken World", illustrates the hazy realms between their own recollections and experienced realities.
We are excited to have new work up in the Holland Project Gallery by Calgary based sculptor and installation artist, Svea Ferguson.
Succulence features work by local Reno artist Katera Neil. Neil is a mixed media artist whose work focuses on want, temptation, and the inevitability of rot. Her graphic sensibilities create a dialogue between her pieces and the advertising on which she comments.
This is the University Symphony’s second concert for the fall. It promises to be a musical experience for the ages.
RENO'S RACY, RAUCOUS "ANYTHING GOES" READING + PERFORMANCE SERIES IS BACK!
'Tis the season of thanks. Let's get together and express-through poetry, song, skits, dance, what else?-thanks for our bodies. For our appetites. Our lovers. Our words.
Written by: Tom Mula
Directed by: Chad Sweet
Evening Showdates: 11/24, 11/25, 11/30 (tt), 12/1, 12/2, 12/7 (tt), 12/8, 12/9, 12/14 (tt), 12/15, 12/16 @ 7:30pm
Matinee Showdates: 11/25 (PWYC), 11/26, 12/3*, 12/10, 12/17 @ 2:00pm
Brüka Theatre proudly presents the ridiculous parody: Buttcracker 8 – The BIGGEST little Buttcracker in the world – a histerical, historical time travel adventure.
In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world.
End of semester exhibition of student art works. A mega-exhibition that is the highlight of the fall season.
The concert features performances from the University Chamber Singers, Symphonic Chorus and Concert Chorus, all under the direction of faculty member Paul Torkelson.
University of Nevada, Reno art department alumnus Joan Arrizabalaga will mount a solo exhibition as part of University Galleries' exhibition series that investigates the permanent collection.
Apex Concerts continues its seventh season with a visit by one of the most revered chamber ensembles of past four decades: the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio.
TACH (Traditional Association for Cultural Harmony) a nonprofit organization founded by Internationally renowned musician Thakur Chakrapani Singh going to present ”World Music Award Night" on Dec.
The Composers’ Concert features new electronic and acoustic music by University of Nevada, Reno student composers.