Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute News
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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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.
The Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute, in concert with PEN America, offers a creative home in Las Vegas for the Egyptian novelist and journalist through its City of Asylum Program.
The Believer Festival is a three-day roving celebration of writing, music, film, comedy, and visual arts hosted by UNLV's Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute. The event is April 25-27, with tickets available starting Feb. 15.
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It’s widely accepted that one of the key ingredients in the recipe for a vibrant city and a strong economy is the arts.
Las Vegas will be the home of a monthly Moth storytelling showcase beginning in April.
We named it Best Fest in our 2018 Best of Vegas issue, and from April 30-May 2, the annual literary and cultural gathering known as the Believer Festival will return with another noteworthy lineup.
The topic to be explored: Where we are now and what might happen next.
Orlando's own Kristen Arnett, New York Times best-selling novelist and Orlando Weekly's "Best We Told You So" success of 2019, is heading up Rollins College's 2020 Winter With the Writers slate.
You'll need all the energy you can muster in the morning after a long night of poker at the Flamingo and hitting the clubs until 5 a.m. Here are six great off-Strip places to help ensure you're making the most of your time in Vegas.