Accomplishments: College of Fine Arts

November 30, 2021
Laurence Reese (Art), a graduate student, recently published in Southwest Contemporary a review of "Ah-wah-nee," an exhibtion at the Donna Beam Gallery at UNLV.  
November 16, 2021
Amy Brown (Music) was a presenter at the American Orff Schulwerk Association National Conference in North Charleston, South Carolina.  Brown's session was titled, "Technology Gems for the General Music Classroom."  Her presentation was an active participation session demonstrating how to incorporate simple technology tools to supplement and…
November 15, 2021
Yvonne Houy (College of Fine Arts) and Julian Kilker (Journalism and Media Studies) presented "Light and Shadow, Trauma and the Arts, Or: Art-Informed Higher Education of the Future" on Nov. 3 at the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities' 2021 Annual Conference.  The audience Q &A and presentation, a recording of their live visual…
November 15, 2021
Kimberly James (Music) participated in authoring a historic position paper in the field of voice pedagogy.  This position paper was authored by the Voice Pedagogy Interest Group’s Writers Group: Amelia Rollings Bigler and Katherine Osborne, co-chairs, with Chadley Ballantyne, Brian Horne, Brian Manternach, Yvonne Redman,…
November 8, 2021
UNLV's Team Las Vegas will be honored Nov. 9 by the Nevada Conservation League with the Green Guardian Award for their strides in renewable energy during the U.S. Department of Energy's international Solar Decathlon sustainable homebuilding competition. The award recognizes those dedicated to increasing access to a healthier and cleaner…
November 5, 2021
Kristin Hough (Art) recently opened her solo exhibition "Time Out For Tears" at the Whitney Library. Time Out For Tears is an exhibition of paintings based on still frames from consecutive seasons of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise. The work focuses on a ubiquitous trope in reality TV — female contestants crying on camera.…
November 5, 2021
Alfredo Fernandez-Gonzalez (Architecture) received the 2021 Leadership in Solar Architecture and Design Award from the American Solar Energy Society, which recognizes leaders in architecture and design who have made outstanding contributions related to the use of solar, low-energy, and sustainable design strategies. This award recognizes Fernandez…
November 3, 2021
Sapira Cheuk (Art) recently was featured on the Seeing Color Podcast with Zhiwan Cheung. She is an ink painter and installation artist interested in ways of knowing through the body and how these modes of knowledge reflect or internalize external experiences.
November 2, 2021
Tiffany Lin and Lyssa Park (both Art) contributed designs for new Zoom Zone Designed by Children's Discovery Museum, a kid-friendly area at the Mineta San Jose International Airport. Park is an MFA candidate. With its entrance decorated in the museum’s signature purple, the Zoom Zone will satisfy kids’ interest in things that fly — whether it’s a…
November 2, 2021
Laurence Myers Reese (Art) wrote coverage for Southwest Contemporary on 2021 The Bullfrog Biennial in Beatty. He is an MFA candidate.
October 19, 2021
Hikmet Loe (Art) co-curated the exhibit "This Earth: Notes and Observations by Montello Foundation Artists," on view at Southern Utah Museum of Art through Dec. 23. The accompanying exhibition catalog includes images and essays by each artist, all focused on aspects of nature gleaned through their Montello Foundation residency in northern Nevada. 
October 19, 2021
Adam Paul  (Theatre) delivered a presentation on podcasting for creatives to the inaugural Humanities Podcast Network Symposium Oct. 16. The symposium is a program of discussions and workshops about using podcasts for teaching, learning and scholarship in the humanities. The event gathered instructors, scholars, and independent creators working in…