Topic: Arts and Culture

orchestra on stage
Arts and Culture | November 6, 2018
The concert is free for veterans and will recognize French Legion of Honor recipients.
Beverly Fishman painting on wood
Arts and Culture | October 30, 2018
Fishman adopts the language of abstraction to explore the body, issues of identity, and contemporary culture.
display of signs
Arts and Culture | October 23, 2018
The exhibit hopes to encourage broad participation and inspire conversation around November’s midterm elections. On display through Nov. 6
Nate bynum and Cynthia Lee Wong
Arts and Culture | October 22, 2018
"What's Going On" features the music of Marvin Gaye Nov. 2-4. "No Guarantees," composed by music professor Cynthia Lee Wong, is Nov. 16-17.
man with guitar
Arts and Culture | October 22, 2018
This Performing Arts Center concert is sponsored by the Lawrence Livingston Downs Trust.
portrait of man
Arts and Culture | October 22, 2018
A renowned architectural educator, Lehmann comes to UNLV from the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
three men with instruments
Arts and Culture | October 16, 2018
The Washington Post raves that the trio plays with "such power and sweeping passion."
Arts and Culture | October 16, 2018
Tae Hwang & MR Barnadas are a transnational duo and co-founders of Collective Magpie currently based out of the borderlands of San Diego - Tijuana.
man in front of drums
Arts and Culture | October 15, 2018
Known as one of the most versatile drummers in the business, his experience includes big band, blues, rock, Latin, fusion, and more.
State of Grace poster
Arts and Culture | October 9, 2018
Yoga teacher Grace is confronted with a breast cancer diagnosis, forcing her to rediscover the yoga principles she has taught for years.
Arts and Culture | October 5, 2018
Bedford was awarded a Krasner Pollock Grant in 2015 and was the winner of the 2001 UCLA Hammer Museum Drawing Biennale.
illustration of tree branches
Arts and Culture | October 5, 2018
Arthur Miller’s searing 1953 commentary on McCarthysim focuses on Salem, Massachusetts, in the 1690s. It runs through Oct. 28.