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Cultural & Civic Events

UNLV is the cultural hub of Southern Nevada with live theater, orchestral and dance performances, museums and galleries, and a variety of renowned speakers.

Expand your horizons or broaden your worldview by attending a cultural or educational event. View our calendar or the links at the right.

Community Events

  • Jan. 28
    “Line in the Sand: The People, Power and Progress of the Culinary Union,” a student-curated exhibit created by UNLV’s Public History Program, will be on display from Dec. 4 through April 1, on the first floor of UNLV’s Lied...
  • Jan. 28
    "Yesterday & Today" October 4, 2014 - May 30, 2015 Curated by Aurore Giguet  Please join the Barrick Museum for an opening reception to celebrate the "Yesterday & Today" exhibition.  "Yesterday &...
  • Jan. 28
    James Turrell Ganzfeld AKHOB (Pure Water) Gensler 2013 Reflecting and Projecting: Twenty Years of Design Excellence Dec. 10 – Feb. 28   Although all of us spend the majority of our lives in and around buildings, few...
  • Jan. 28
    The "Skull Biennial" presents the work of over forty artists in the third edition of this exhibition. Their work probes perceptions of the skull be it a reference to folklore, religion, science, science fiction, medicine,...
  • Jan. 28
    Forms will be due to the music office on Wed., Jan. 21.
  • Jan. 28
    Robots and Sensing Architecture, presented by Joshua Vermillion, assistant professor, UNLV Architecture. Joshua’s presentation will cover how robotics, automation and sensing devices are transforming the building and spaces...
  • Jan. 28
    Black Mountain Institute welcomes 2004 MFA graduate Dan Josefson as part of the Alumni Reading Series. His debut novel, That’s Not a Feeling (Soho Press), about a troubled teen sent to a psychiatric boarding school, was...
  • Jan. 29
    “Line in the Sand: The People, Power and Progress of the Culinary Union,” a student-curated exhibit created by UNLV’s Public History Program, will be on display from Dec. 4 through April 1, on the first floor of UNLV’s Lied...
  • Jan. 29
    "Yesterday & Today" October 4, 2014 - May 30, 2015 Curated by Aurore Giguet  Please join the Barrick Museum for an opening reception to celebrate the "Yesterday & Today" exhibition.  "Yesterday &...
  • Jan. 29
    James Turrell Ganzfeld AKHOB (Pure Water) Gensler 2013 Reflecting and Projecting: Twenty Years of Design Excellence Dec. 10 – Feb. 28   Although all of us spend the majority of our lives in and around buildings, few...
  • Jan. 29
    The "Skull Biennial" presents the work of over forty artists in the third edition of this exhibition. Their work probes perceptions of the skull be it a reference to folklore, religion, science, science fiction, medicine,...
  • Jan. 29
    Dean Kim Metcalf invites you to a reception honoring the legacy of the late Ms. Kitty Rodman and her generous gift to the UNLV College of Education. 
  • Jan. 30
    “Line in the Sand: The People, Power and Progress of the Culinary Union,” a student-curated exhibit created by UNLV’s Public History Program, will be on display from Dec. 4 through April 1, on the first floor of UNLV’s Lied...
  • Jan. 30
    "Yesterday & Today" October 4, 2014 - May 30, 2015 Curated by Aurore Giguet  Please join the Barrick Museum for an opening reception to celebrate the "Yesterday & Today" exhibition.  "Yesterday &...
  • Jan. 30
    James Turrell Ganzfeld AKHOB (Pure Water) Gensler 2013 Reflecting and Projecting: Twenty Years of Design Excellence Dec. 10 – Feb. 28   Although all of us spend the majority of our lives in and around buildings, few...