In The News: College of Fine Arts
Arts are an expression of creativity.
A look at creativity in a time of stress, in two parts.
The Grammy-nominated UNLV Wind Orchestra has released its latest CD, “Quaternity.”
FOR THE PAST month, I’ve woken up swaddled in butterfly bedding, feet dangling off the twin-size bed of my childhood. Blinking groggily at the furry furniture in the corner and magazine cutouts plastered on closet doors, I’ve fought the faint fear that perhaps I’m still in high school, the intervening six years merely an elaborate dream.
UNLV College of Fine Arts Dean Nancy Uscher asks, “What can we do to serve society right now? How can we give an even more personal view than in a gallery or concert hall?”
Long before he was an aviation magnate, a casino owner or a world-famous recluse, Howard Hughes was a fixture in Hollywood.
These planes flying out of a nearby airport are a reminder of the estimated $13 billion international airport that had been planned and partially constructed on top of the seasonal wetlands native to this place.
UNLV’s Student Union Art Gallery showcases works created by eight Beginning Painting students in the exhibit “Seeing in Paint 2: Selections From Fall Beginning Painting.” Works by artists Emily Fisher, Sam Ganados, Micah Haji-Sheikh, Jasmine Hernandez, Olga Krolevich, Alina Lundquist, Jeremy Miller and Jessica Rios are on display through March 27.
Walking along the edge of a seasonally dry lakebed on the eastern outskirts of Mexico City, there is near perfect silence except for the occasional airplane that flies overhead.
Sunday will mark one year that Heather Harmon has been working to give the people of Las Vegas their first standalone dedicated art museum.
Cementing his comedic legacy — Carrot Top will be inducted into the UNLV College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame in April. He's also a member of Las Vegas Magazine's first-ever Hall of Fame class.
When Clinton Williams took over as band director at Rancho High School in Las Vegas in 2013, it had almost nothing.