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Las Vegas Weekly
Oct. 14, 2021

The new exhibition in the East Gallery of UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art is vastly different from nearly every other art exhibit you’ve seen.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
Oct. 4, 2021

Q’shaundra James is a storyteller.

Nevada State News
Sep. 24, 2021

Support for a fourth national monument in southern Nevada is strong, say conservation groups, and with the right messaging they believe support will only grow.

Nevada Current
Sep. 22, 2021

Support for a fourth national monument in southern Nevada is strong, say conservation groups, and with the right messaging they believe support will only grow.

Las Vegas Weekly
Sep. 9, 2021

There’s no fitting women like Erica Vital-Lazare into a box. To her College of Southern Nevada students, she’s a professor of creative writing. To the literary scene, she’s an inspiring force, moving from one blooming project to the next, like the busy and exceptionally brilliant bee that she is.

Las Vegas Weekly
Aug. 26, 2021

Culture: Art exhibits, theater productions, and more.

Marriott Bonvoy Traveler
Aug. 18, 2021

Las Vegas is often dismissed as a hedonistic, neon playground with an excess of guilty pleasures. But for every vice is an awe-inspiring cultural experience.

KNPR News
Aug. 11, 2021

The UNLV School of Music is serving up a full slate of shows this fall — and its annual Jazz Concert Series might be the centerpiece.

Las Vegas Weekly
Aug. 5, 2021

A few months ago, when it seemed like we were about to finally turn a corner on the whole COVID-19 thing, Clark County put out a public call for art reflecting on the pandemic experience. The resulting show, Emotional Weather at Winchester-Dondero Cultural Center Art Gallery, digs into the cross-current of emotions we’ve all felt: fear, frustration, boredom, isolation and, yes, hope. These feelings are expressed through a kaleidoscope of media, including paint, ceramics, charcoal, ink, collage, colored pencil and embroidery.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
Jun. 17, 2021

Clark County is showcasing local artists' response to the past year of pandemic, self-reflection and isolation in a new exhibit at the end of June.

KNPR News
Apr. 23, 2021

May 1 is World Labyrinth Day, and before you quip it — why, yes, every day is a labyrinthine maze of disorienting pathways, false turns, and elaborate hoaxing mojo; sometimes there’s even a monster in the middle. But, as it happens, Labyrinth Day, and labyrinths themselves, propose themselves as a solvent for those anxieties. Walking through an elaborate, 11-course unicursal pathway in quiet reflection just might squelch your brain’s frantic yapping, at least for a while. Especially if there are a bunch of other people doing it beside you! The San Martin campus of the St. Rose Dominican hospital system — owner of a fine labyrinth — will host a noon walking event, though you can presumably celebrate on your own at one of the valley’s many labyrinths (including the one at St. Andrew Catholic Community Church, pictured right).

The Art People Podcast
Apr. 6, 2021

On this episode Dr. Erika Abad interviews artists Lance L. Smith and Brent Holmes about their exhibitions currently on view at the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.

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