Topic: Arts and Culture

wind orchestra with ROTC flag presentation
Arts and Culture | November 18, 2019
The concert is a special celebration of military heroes and first responders.
artwork
Arts and Culture | November 12, 2019
The tours are presented in conjunction with the UNLV department of world languages and cultures.
two women in front of closeup image of an ancient statue
Arts and Culture | November 8, 2019
The performances feature a collaboration with the UNLV Graduate String Quartet.
an artist's rendering of a face and a musical instrument for "clara200 "CLARA200 eine Phantasie"
Arts and Culture | November 8, 2019
The concert features musical works by Schumann and her circle, readings, and video by music faculty and students.
fork and knife tied together with string lay atop a napkin that rests on a wooden plate
Arts and Culture | November 5, 2019
From table manners to table settings, UNLV etiquette expert Murray Mackenzie has the scoop.
wine bottles lined up in a row
Arts and Culture | November 5, 2019
Lamb and turkey and brisket, oh my! UNLV wine expert Murray Mackenzie dishes on the best beverage blends for meat, vegetarian, dessert, and cheese offerings.
a pattern of dots
Arts and Culture | October 28, 2019
This 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama runs in the Black Box Theatre through Nov. 10.
two men
Arts and Culture | October 28, 2019
The Performing Arts Center this season continues to celebrate 15 years of guitar at UNLV.
Portrait of Ryan Coogler
Arts and Culture | October 24, 2019
Award-winning director of 'Black Panther' to visit UNLV Nov. 17; tickets are free.
marine band conductor and musicians on stage
Arts and Culture | October 23, 2019
The concert in Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall is free and open to the public. Tickets are required. Limit four per person.
five musicians with wind instruments
Arts and Culture | October 17, 2019
"WindSync is a wind quintet like you've never heard or seen, and they're made up of a group of virtuosos who are also wonderful people, too." - Alison Young, Classical MPR
Arts and Culture | October 17, 2019
The two-year series of concerts celebrates the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth and the lasting influence of his works.