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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

  • Sep. 19
    The UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law will host the fourth annual Public Interest Law Film Festival at UNLV's Marjorie Barrick Museum and the law school. This year's theme is "Electoral Ideals and Realities: Democracy,...
  • Sep. 19
    "Ghost Dogs" presents work by Masami Teraoka, Patrick Nagatani and Sush Machida. Each artist demonstrates an acute awareness of events and issues of contemporary society. Their paintings and prints, described by some as a “...
  • Sep. 19
    All UNLV organizations must fill out the online registration form on the Involvement Center to be officially recognized by the Office of Civic Engagement & Diversity as a Registered Student Organization (RSO).   ...
  • Sep. 19
    Kevin (Gufa) Lin, a research assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, will be the featured speaker at a School of Life Sciences seminar. 
  • Sep. 19
    Paul Forster, assistant professor in UNLV's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will be the featured speaker at an upcoming seminar. His talk is titled, "A Computationally-Driven Approach to Identifying Materials for...
  • Sep. 20
    All UNLV organizations must fill out the online registration form on the Involvement Center to be officially recognized by the Office of Civic Engagement & Diversity as a Registered Student Organization (RSO).   ...
  • Sep. 21
    All UNLV organizations must fill out the online registration form on the Involvement Center to be officially recognized by the Office of Civic Engagement & Diversity as a Registered Student Organization (RSO).   ...
  • Sep. 21
    "Ghost Dogs" presents work by Masami Teraoka, Patrick Nagatani and Sush Machida. Each artist demonstrates an acute awareness of events and issues of contemporary society. Their paintings and prints, described by some as a “...
  • Sep. 21
    Join some of the very best collegiate jazz musicians in the nation for this CD release event! Jazz Ensemble I, conducted by Dave Loeb and Nathan Tanouye, and the Latin Jazz Ensemble, directed by Uli Geissendoerfer,...
  • Sep. 22
    Learn how to investigate the background and financial history of individuals and businesses. Gain practical knowledge and skills to enhance your investigations through seminars, a case study and group exercises and...
  • Sep. 22
    Join the Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies at UNLV in partnership with the Nevada Department of Business & Industry for this real estate symposium about Nevada’s residential housing market. This event will help...
  • Sep. 22
    "Ghost Dogs" presents work by Masami Teraoka, Patrick Nagatani and Sush Machida. Each artist demonstrates an acute awareness of events and issues of contemporary society. Their paintings and prints, described by some as a “...
  • Sep. 22
    All UNLV organizations must fill out the online registration form on the Involvement Center to be officially recognized by the Office of Civic Engagement & Diversity as a Registered Student Organization (RSO).   ...
  • Sep. 22
    Designed for senior and mid-career executives, the Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) prepares professionals to lead with confidence. Harnessing the intellectual capital of UNLV and the Southern Nevada...
  • Sep. 22
    The College of Liberal Arts' University Forum Lecture Series presents "Becoming Insomniac: How Sleeplessness Alarmed Modernity," a talk by Lee Scrivner, visiting lecturer in humanities, University of Rosario, Colombia....