Topic: Barrick Museum News

woman leading group of children through gallery
Arts and Culture | October 10, 2019
As the College of Fine Arts prepares for its annual Art Walk, meet one of the behind-the-scenes players helping to bring the event to life.
young girl looking at art
Arts and Culture | August 27, 2019
For some CCSD students, the UNLV program offers their only opportunity to go to an art museum.
Arts and Culture | August 6, 2019
A short Q & A will follow the screening with artist and executive producer Tanja Hollander and director Robin Greenspun.
geometric art with face
Arts and Culture | August 5, 2019
"Connective Tissue" is the first large-scale assembly of works by renowned neuroscientist-turned-artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya. It runs through Feb. 22.
Two women viewing artwork
Arts and Culture | February 20, 2019
The Barrick Museum's Axis Mundo exhibit explores the intersectionality of LGBTQ and Latinx artists.
female dancer surrounded by yellow material
Arts and Culture | October 2, 2018
The Barrick Museum's D.K. Sole on UNLV's role in ensuring that "we never forget."
Museum exterior
UNLV History | November 7, 2017
Marjorie Barrick’s involvement in UNLV and the community went far beyond her time in the classroom. Here's the story of one of our campus' pioneers.
art gallery
Arts and Culture | September 13, 2017
In an era of answers at our fingertips, UNLV’s real role is to promote ignorance in our students, argues the Barrick Museum’s D.K. Sole.
two women looking at art exhibit
Arts and Culture | August 30, 2017
History professor finds the humanity in a Barrick Museum exhibit meditating on the minutiae of atomic testing history.
Single visitor looking at the Tested Ground museum exhibit
Arts and Culture | June 12, 2017
How to use the Barrick Museum’s new exhibit to talk to your children about the environment.
Christmas Angel III by Kim Rugg
Arts and Culture | May 9, 2017
An installation at the Barrick compels museum curators and UNLV mailroom staff to take new notice of each other.
Artwork by Julie Oppermann
Arts and Culture | April 25, 2017
A pair of neuroscience professors break down Julie Oppermann's works, which very deliberately manipulate the brain.