News: Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art
University Forum on March 9 features Elise Pearlstine — wildlife biologist, perfumer, author — discussing the complex and storied relationship between humans and fragrant plants.
Join the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art for two days of joy and reflection as it says goodbye to all of its current exhibitions.
Co-presented by philanthropist Susan N. Houston, the College of Fine Arts hosts the free annual Art Walk to honor the Las Vegas community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture in Southern Nevada.
Join the museum for the documentary that sensitively investigates the experience of pregnancy in a masculine-identifying body. The screening is only open to UNLV students, staff, and faculty.
Five to 10 artists will be chosen to produce work that responds to five historic Nevadan land art sites associated with artworks by Walter De Maria, Jean Tinguely, and Michael Heizer.
Join us as we explore how art, design, media, and performing arts disciplines enhance the creation of knowledge.
Making Room maps out where the Barrick has been in the past and where it wants to go in the future.
Exhibitions highlight painting, photography, sculpture, video, and more by artists from around the globe.
Opening reception for the exhibition curated by professor Erika Abad will be Sept. 2.
Join the Barrick Museum as it says goodbye to Spirit of the Land, Still Motion, and The Mojave Project.
Research drives how programs serve youth.
The Barrick Museum is the only institution in Nevada to be selected as a finalist for this prestigious award.