Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery

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  • BFA Exhibition 2017

    April 28 - May 31, 2017

    The work of this year’s BFA candidates features a spectrum of media including painting, photography, multi-media, sculpture, and video art. Ideas of relationships, abuse, destruction, and transformation are the focal points of their investigations. Traditional and unconventional processes collide in this diverse display of unique perspectives.

    Gallery hours: Monday - Friday, 9 - 5pm; Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

  • 2017 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

    April 7 – 22, 2017

    Each year the Donna Beam Gallery and the Art Department join in presenting the Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition, which is open to all undergraduate students to enter. Artist-in-Residence, Carter Mull, is judge for this year’s submissions, which run the range of artistic media.

    Gallery hours: Monday - Friday, 9 - 5pm; Saturday, 12 - 5pm. Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

  • Object Language

    March 20 – 31, 2017

    Thaddeus Celia-Zoellner presents his MFA thesis exhibition, Object Language, an exploration of linguistic communication manifested as sculpture. It is an exploration of indicators hidden in plain sight, of coding systems, and of a way of communication that prioritizes the critical analysis of the message received.

    Gallery Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9-5; Sat., 12-5. Free and open to the public

  • Greyscale

    January 17 – March 4, 2017

    Greyscale takes a look at the use of the simple elements of black, white and the greys in between with the making of art. Greyscale features a variety of works by 27 artists which include painting, drawing, prints, photographs, sculpture, and cut paper that demonstrate the variety and nuances of grey.

    Gallery Hours: Mon.–Fri., 9-5, Sat., 12-5. Free and open to the public.

  • Banana Strings by Mike Calway-Fagen

    October 7 to November 30, 2016

    Inspired by the spectacle of humanity in flux, Georgia-based artist Mike Calway-Fagen approaches sculpture as an open-ended plurality of associative possibilities, theoretical frameworks, and material arrangements. He has shown in the United Kingdom, Canada, and across the United States.


The mission of the Donna Beam Gallery is to encourage the understanding, appreciation and making of visual art through exhibitions and accompanying programs for the university community, residents of southern Nevada and visitors to the city alike.

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