In The News: Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute

Las Vegas Weekly
June 3, 2020

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.

Las Vegas Review Journal
April 10, 2020

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.

KNPR News
March 30, 2020

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 Review Journal
March 3, 2020

Las Vegas will be the home of a monthly Moth storytelling showcase beginning in April.

Las Vegas Weekly
February 27, 2020

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.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 19, 2020

The topic to be explored: Where we are now and what might happen next.

Orlando Weekly
February 12, 2020

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.

Los Angeles Times
February 10, 2020

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.

Fine Books & Collections
September 20, 2019

Las Vegas is home to more than glitzy casinos and pawn shops: the city can now claim a robust special collections program at nearby University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), thanks in part to a $5-million endowment recently established by alumna Beverly Rogers.

Daily Times
May 15, 2019

On a recent very warm Saturday afternoon, just a few blocks northeast of a string of ramshackle chapels offering Elvis-themed weddings on Las Vegas Boulevard, novelist Tommy Orange was discussing the critical reception given to “There There,” his polyphonic novel about contemporary Native Americans.

Las Vegas Sun
May 14, 2019

On a recent very warm Saturday afternoon, just a few blocks northeast of a string of ramshackle chapels offering Elvis-themed weddings on Las Vegas Boulevard, novelist Tommy Orange was discussing the critical reception given to “There There,” his polyphonic novel about contemporary Native Americans.

New York Times
May 13, 2019

On a recent very warm Saturday afternoon, just a few blocks northeast of a string of ramshackle chapels offering Elvis-themed weddings on Las Vegas Boulevard, the novelist Tommy Orange was discussing the critical reception given to “There There,” his polyphonic novel about contemporary Native Americans.