In The News: College of Fine Arts

November 29, 2023

The plan to clean up the more than 100-year-old mine site near Lake Las Vegas to build these homes has not been without controversy.

KSNV-TV: News 3
November 21, 2023

The Nevada Conservatory Theatre is bringing "Cinderella: A Pantomime" to the UNLV campus. Director Laura James and Cynthia Nesbit, who stars as Cinderella herself, joined us to talk more about the production.

November 3, 2023

The Nevada Democracy Project hosts its first community listening session. Amber Renee Dixon and Naoka Foreman share what they learned from audience members. Then we explore the Sphere’s impact on the Strip in the weeks it has been open. How is it leading the way in future architect designs? And how will it change entertainment in Las Vegas?

KSNV-TV: News 3
November 2, 2023

The UNLV Art Walk returns on Friday.

Las Vegas Review Journal
November 2, 2023

See what the UNLV College of Fine Arts has been up to during its sixth annual Art Walk.

Las Vegas Review Journal
November 1, 2023

UNLV hosts its 6th Annual Art Walk from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Friday. Art exhibitions, music and dance performances, film demonstrations and theater events are in the program at the UNLV academic mall

Archinect News
October 25, 2023

The proposal is included in a new exhibition at the Southern Utah Museum of Art that examines Brutalism’s past and future potential through seven key structures and Metro station designs. The exhibition includes Diller Scofidio + Renfro's scrapped 'Bubble' reimagining of the Hirshhorn Museum and other schemes from Gensler and students from the UNLV School of Architecture.

Las Vegas Business Press
October 17, 2023

A diamond anniversary is a special day and the Historic Commercial Center District World Village will commemorate 60 years with an open house Oct. 21.

October 17, 2023

University of Nevada, Las Vegas has long defied the myth that Las Vegas is a cultural wasteland, especially in recent years.

Smithsonian Magazine
October 16, 2023

The new Las Vegas performance venue challenges musicians and visual artists to produce content for its demanding format

Chic Compass
October 15, 2023

Many would agree that Dr. Uscher’s career is a work of art. With a decades-long devotion to music—first through performing, then teaching, and now leading—she has created a canvas for the arts to survive and thrive.

Desert Companion
October 6, 2023

As a mariachi group plays, a crowd spills out of UNLV Grant Hall Gallery into the space outside to enjoy the music, holding plates of food from Chef Loui. Others remain inside the gallery, looking at art and buying zines. Scrambled Eggs has done it again: a unique reception to open a pop-up exhibition, this time gathering artists previously shown in solo exhibitions into one group show. It solidifes Scrambled Eggs’ status as true artist collective.