News: Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art

A colorful work of embroidery features a white star on a blue field
Arts and Culture | May 4, 2021
Lin will lead the group in a series of friendship-building exercises as participants add their own embroideries to her textile artwork, the sky we built, May 8 and June 5.
woman seated in front of art exhibition
Arts and Culture | April 7, 2021
A conversation between two art teachers on remote learning and the limitations of creating only in digital media.
artist looking at reflection through a round mirror that is part of exhibition
Arts and Culture | February 2, 2021
Artist Lance L. Smith offers an exploration of diasporic systems of knowledge and their uses as tools for liberation.
A sketch showing equations and shapes
Arts and Culture | January 14, 2021
This solo exhibition examines displaced sites of learning through an interactive installation that invites visitors to respond to an ever-changing series of questions written on a classroom chalkboard.
Arts and Culture | January 12, 2021
This year, the university honors both 2020 and 2021 recipients - and the line-up of Las Vergas luminaries couldn't be brighter!
exterior of building
Arts and Culture | January 11, 2021
This collaboration between two artists who use text-based artworks to explore liminal spaces runs Jan. 15 - April 2.
geometric artwork
Arts and Culture | December 21, 2020
This solo exhibition of painting, photography, writings, and sculptural assemblages runs Jan. 15 - April 2.
black man in cowboy hat eating fruit
Arts and Culture | December 17, 2020
The exhibition runs Jan. 15 - April 2 and dates, times, and other details of the performances will be announced on the Barrick Museum’s Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.
protestors outside New York New York casino
Arts and Culture | December 7, 2020
Following a public call for submissions, what returned tackled topics engendered by "Justice" from police brutality and Black Lives Matter to transgender civil rights, protest, decay and erosion, lives lost, equity, and reform.
Clouds hang over the Las Vegas Strip
Campus News | November 19, 2020
Reasons for hope aren't just confined to UNLV's academic halls. Here are just a few places where 2020 inspired staff and students to find new paths forward.
A sketch of hands
Arts and Culture | October 16, 2020
The exhibition, presented with the Womxn of Color Arts Festival, opens Nov. 9 and runs until Feb. 19.
portrait of rebecca paulson standing in front of a blooming plant
People | October 16, 2020
From student worker to full-time employee, Rebecca Paulson says stepping out of her comfort zone has led her forward.