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The Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute brings writers and the literary imagination into the heart of public life through events, fellowships, publications, and student engagement opportunities.
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The Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute at UNLV brings back its arts-and-culture radio offerings.
Through the postcard project, readers share their beautiful reflections of struggles and hope.
Silver State Award winner and former President Carol Harter oversaw unprecedented expansion for the university.
Readings and events will explore the human experience through topics including race, class, inequality, and resilience.
From works providing context for today's political issues to the unexpected inspiration of sheep, Black Mountain Institute staff offer their recommendations.
The culminating event of Black Mountain Institute Believer festival features comedy, music, and a thought-provoking roundtable conversation; event scheduled for 8 p.m. April 27 at UNLV Ham Concert Hall.
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Those who know Beverly Rogers know that when she puts her mind to a goal, it’ll get done.
Jorge Olivera Castillo, a Cuban poet, fiction writer and journalist, takes up a five-month residency in downtown Las Vegas this month.
Kristen Radtke’s drawings resemble movie stills. We peer into a bedroom window, where a woman watches TV alone, her face lit by the screen.
The Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute at UNLV, producers of The Believer magazine and its eponymous yearly literary festival (fingers crossed for 2021), now invites you on the proverbial journey into sound. Black Mountain Radio, a locally focused conversation and storytelling program airing on KUNV and widely available on podcast services, combines interviews, aural histories, poetry and prose into a word portrait that reveals itself in considered, expressive brushstrokes. The pilot episode, featuring Fawn Douglas, Jimmy Santiago Baca, Toni Jensen and others, makes for a compelling listen.
Whether you’re young or just young at heart, this new program is for you. Two beloved local cultural institutions—the Neon Museum and UNLV’s Black Mountain Institute—have teamed up to present a virtual storytime.
While the coronavirus crisis is keeping Nevada art institutions shuttered, Nevada Museum of Art, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art and Believer Magazine are creating prompts, lessons and virtual engagement to help Nevadans cope with the pandemic through creative expression.