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With a variety of university-sponsored camps taking place both on and off campus, UNLV is anything but quiet this summer
School is out! Bring the kids for a day of free art activities for the entire community.
An installation at the Barrick compels museum curators and UNLV mailroom staff to take new notice of each other.
A pair of neuroscience professors break down Julie Oppermann's works, which very deliberately manipulate the brain.
What happens in an art museum between exhibitions? Here’s a peek into the process.
Barrick Museum chronicles its evolution as a principal venue for contemporary art and unveils new shows for its celebration.
The exhibition surveys a decade of Burtynsky’s photographic imagery exploring different aspects of the modern world’s most transformative resource, oil. It opens Sept. 23.
Kveck, Russ, and Stellmon, three Las Vegas artists, offer unique bodies of work that spring from a common practice of breaking down their subject, then reorganizing and reordering the pieces.
A collection of news stories from 2014 highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
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Barrick Museum Of Art In The News
In honor of its 50th year anniversary, the Barrick Museum of Art at UNLV has undergone a handful of upgrades, from tweaking its name to creating a new logo.
UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art is throwing open its doors on Friday for a day of arts, performances, and activities.
Where would we be without the Barrick Museum? Its latest hit, Process, brings 10 artists—a mid-career group with a keen sense of artistic purpose—from Mark Moore Fine Art gallery based in Orange County to UNLV. Curated by former Mark Moore gallery director Matthew Gardocki and hung by Barrick interim director Alisha Kerlin and DK Sole, the show features 65 works of painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture that speak to current art world trends. It’s not just what you do: it’s also about how you do it.
In early 2014 we launched our 50 States Series on the FlipKey blog. Throughout the months we’ve touched on a number of subjects – awarding businesses, museums, activities and more with a spot on our lists. We spent time highlighting their attributes, accomplishments, and why they deserve to be a stop on your next vacation.
The Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) campus is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The “Fifty Years” lobby display incorporates newspaper clippings as early as 1969 and artifacts exploring the museum’s genesis from a modest building to its current incarnation as a principal contemporary art venue.