Fresh Studies is an exhibition of new artwork by the 2022-23 UNLV Bachelor of Fine Arts cohort.
One of the most iconic art critics of modern times is remembered with an exhibition featuring the work of a number of his former students joined with several artist colleagues.
Five to 10 artists will be chosen to produce work that responds to five historic Nevadan land art sites associated with artworks by Walter De Maria, Jean Tinguely, and Michael Heizer.
Audiences will enjoy original compositions and new arrangements fusing progressive rock, world, jazz, and classical music in a joyful musical phenomenon.
The last of the great Chekhovian canon, The Cherry Orchard examines the lives of an aristocratic Russian landowner and her family at the turn of the 20th century.
Join us as we explore how art, design, media, and performing arts disciplines enhance the creation of knowledge.
The production is the world premiere workshop of Act 1 Letters to Lily, music and libretto by alumna Emily Clements.
The trio will perform works from Bernstein, Schumann, and Smetanaon.
Chamber Works of Éric Tanguy received a five-star review from Pizzicato Magazine (Luxembourg) for its "extremely successful interpretations."