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This traveling exhibition explores the intersections among a network of more than 50 Los Angeles-based queer Chicanx artists.
The abstract mandalas of UNLV alumnus James Stanford demand close inspection. A new art book collects his works.
Enjoy subterfuge, shenanigans, and sonnets through Dec. 9.
The festival features guest artist and renowned trumpeter Allen Vizzutti.
Meet the MFA candidates and visit their studios where they will share recent work.
The event includes refreshments from culinary students at Mohave High School and a pre-show performance by the Valley High School Ballet Folklórico.
The concert is free for veterans and will recognize French Legion of Honor recipients.
A simple degree upgrade led graphic designer Orlando Bustos to an internship with NASA and a job with Arcata Associates.
Fishman adopts the language of abstraction to explore the body, issues of identity, and contemporary culture.
The exhibit hopes to encourage broad participation and inspire conversation around November’s midterm elections. On display through Nov. 6
"What's Going On" features the music of Marvin Gaye Nov. 2-4. "No Guarantees," composed by music professor Cynthia Lee Wong, is Nov. 16-17.
This Performing Arts Center concert is sponsored by the Lawrence Livingston Downs Trust.
A renowned architectural educator, Lehmann comes to UNLV from the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
The Washington Post raves that the trio plays with "such power and sweeping passion."
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Fine Arts In The News
At 5 a.m. Sunday, UNLV sophomore Roxayna Pais and her make-a-thon team huddled inside the school of architecture, piecing together bits of foam boards and typing the finishing touches to lines of code.
German-born Steffen Lehmann studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and the Technical University of Berlin, has taught at universities in Australia, the UK, and other countries, was influential as founder of Steffen Lehmann Architekten Berlin in the urban redevelopment of central Berlin in the 1990s, and held the UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Urban Development for Asia and the Pacific from 2008 to 2010.
Nevada Conservatory Theatre begins its season with Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy of manners and mischief. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 7 in UNLV’s Judy Bayley Theatre, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway. Tickets are $22.50 to $25, with $10 tickets for students with ID at unlv.edu/pac.
I refer to Dave Loeb’s performances on “Family Guy” as, “The Bait.” It’s what we put on the hook to to remind Las Vegas music fans of Loeb’s true passion — his UNLV Jazz Studies program at UNLV.
The two dancers slowly diverged on the stage, but they didn’t stay separated for long.
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