In The News: College of Fine Arts
Fawn Douglas’ life is defined by balance.
Looking Up, a 2021 Vegas Records CD release, celebrates student achievements of our 2020-2021 UNLV School of Music, Division of Jazz and Commercial Music.
Aspiring professional clarinetist promotes peace and understanding through performing music from Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.
The joys of a sketchbook are many, and it’s one of the most accessible hobbies around.
A review of the latest two-disc release from the program's premier big band and eight smaller, varied jazz combos.
At a time when officials are looking in many directions for solutions to transportation issues, a group of activists is suggesting more state and local leaders consider combining their planning for roads, highways and walking paths with an often-overlooked sector — art.
Today, news headlines covering rising crime rates are increasingly common in Las Vegas and just about any other metro area. With that, homeowners may start to wonder if there are ways to improve the security of their largest investment.
Exceptional Emerging Professionals in Architecture + Design Awarded Grand Prizes.
Dunn-Edwards Paints awarded two grand prize student winners $3,000 cash for exceptional submissions to the inaugural Emerging Professionals Design Competition.
Carnevale Gallery plans to donate 25 percent of its proceeds through September to Vegas PBS to help support local arts programming in honor of late artist Rita Asfour.
Culture: Art exhibits, theater productions, and more.
On a beautiful Monday morning, I met Madelyn Salazar and Temree Adamson walking on the UNLV mall. Both are freshmen on their first day in college.