Topic: arts & culture

Arts and Culture | November 26, 2018
Meet the MFA candidates and visit their studios where they will share recent work.
Portrait of Classified Rookie of the Year Susan Gearling
People | July 12, 2018
The president's Classified Rookie of the Year made a deliberate choice 20 years ago to make education her career.
A collage of images showcasing colorful murals and installations on full walls in an art gallery.
Arts and Culture | June 8, 2018
Step into another world inside the Barrick Museum of Art through a new exhibition from L.A. artist Andrew Schoultz. Plus: Guess how many Rebels were drafted by the MLB.
Campus News | October 19, 2017
Civil rights and Native American sovereignty rights seem to be moving toward a head on collision.
Tim Bavington poses in his studio
People | April 25, 2017
Fine Arts Alumnus of the Year Tim Bavington on representing the Las Vegas art scene.
Catherine Angel in her home photography studio
Arts and Culture | February 22, 2017
For Catherine Angel, opposing modes create an unmistakable intimacy.
historical image of students walking to school
Campus News | February 16, 2017
University Libraries and Vegas PBS dig into the archives to capture the stories of the city's African American community.
Linda Lister performs
Arts and Culture | February 7, 2017
By marrying the contradictory, Linda Lister shakes up the opera scene.
This slide of a Martian meteorite
Arts and Culture | February 1, 2017
"Inquiry: The Art of Scientific Discovery" brings College of Sciences together with UNLV Galleries for an exhibit of images and objects related to UNLV research.
visitors look at Shakespeare’s First Folio
Campus News | January 3, 2017
A collection of news stories from 2016 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
David J. Morris
Campus News | October 14, 2016
David J. Morris' 'Evil Hours,' a gripping personal account of PTSD and its treatments, is worthy of conversation for all of us.
Sarah Winnemucca and Rutherford B. Hayes
Campus News | September 29, 2016
Historian William Bauer chronicles the expeditions of American Indian leaders to Washington D.C. in a free public talk Oct. 5.