College of Fine Arts News
The College of Fine Arts provides an academic experience that heightens awareness of the physical, intellectual, and cultural world while preparing students for professional employment and/or post-graduate study in their artistic area.
Current Fine Arts News
Co-presented by philanthropist Susan N. Houston, the College of Fine Arts hosts the free annual Art Walk to honor the Las Vegas community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture in Southern Nevada.
This event will be conducted mostly in Spanish. It will take place virtually on YouTube and Zoom from 5 - 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 21.
Director Kevin R. Free returns to direct and curate an evening of short new works by a diverse, international group of playwrights.
UNLV Dance is pleased to welcome back live audiences. The concerts also will continue to have a streaming component allowing guests to experience the shows from home.
The concert concludes a two-year series of concerts celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth and the lasting influence of his works.
"Looking Up" recognizes the tireless efforts of dedicated students through a challenging school year by featuring student compositions and arrangements.
Fine Arts In The News
After a devastating accident on a movie set where a gun shot and killed a director, local filmmakers are sharing the safety protocols they take when a weapon is on set.
It’s raising questions on how could someone be killed with a prop gun?
Urban forests, plant-festooned buildings and other ‘rewilding’ efforts can help bolster climate resilience, biodiversity, even moods.
Human Nature had for the first time performed as a three-man unit in Las Vegas, the highlighted entertainment at the KMA Power of Love VIP event at Wally’s Wine & Spirits’ speakeasy at Resorts World.
While the pandemic has impacted so many physical aftereffects, mental health has become a top priority in society, and musical therapy is becoming more popular to treat stress and anxiety.
The pandemic has affected so many and now mental health has become a top priority, so musical therapy is now becoming more popular to treat stress and anxiety.