Events

  • Movement, a cornerstone of the arts, is the focus of this year’s UNLV College of Fine Arts Research Week event at the Barrick. We will share information about the distinctive ways that movement influences the performing arts...

  • The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost will hold a panel discussion on how leadership employs research and best practices for student success. The conversation will be moderated by Interim Executive Vice...

  • Elia Alba has exhibited widely, from Havana to Amsterdam. Exhibition venues include: The Rhode Island School of Design Museum and the Reina Sofía. Alba recently published a book on her project, The Supper Club, a series of...

  • Bilingual Exhibition Tour / Visita Bilingüe a Una Exposición Join the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art and the UNLV Department of World Languages and Cultures for a bilingual tour of "Connective Tissue" by neuroscientist-...

  • MARTIN CREED - ‘GETTING CHANGED’ - US TOUR 2019/2020 One of the UK’s best known artists, Martin Creed won the Turner Prize in 2001 with The Lights Going On And Off. His work is exhibited across the globe including many works...

  • The College of Liberal Arts, University Forum Lecture Series presents “Surrealism in Music,” a talk by Dr. Ivan Ivanov, Scholar CFA, UNLV Ivanov's research brings to light the rarely examined topic of surrealism in music. It...

  • Accessing the Arts, a gathering that will focus on art education in the community. All are welcome to this free event. This event is made possible through collaboration between the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, the...

  • Through large-scale landscape paintings, sculptures, performances, and installations, Phaan Howng 洪恭凡 imagines the formidable beauty of a post-human earth in intense colors and camouflage patterns. Recent exhibition venues...