Exhibit in the Donna Beam Gallery

Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery News

The Donna Beam Gallery encourages the understanding, appreciation and making of visual art through exhibitions and accompanying programs for the university community, residents of southern Nevada and visitors to the city alike.

Current Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery News

wooden exhibit featuring photos, candles, and packages of candy
Arts and Culture |

Inspired by the Mario Basner Passion Project fund, the student exhibition runs through May 15.

collage of six people
Arts and Culture |

The event, which will be held at Fontainebleau Las Vegas, honors those who have made a significant impact in the areas of visual arts, performing arts, or architecture.

detail of colorful acrylic on canvas abstract painting
Arts and Culture |

Solo exhibitions will feature six artists from the art department's studio-based and research-focused program.

female performing ballet outside
Arts and Culture |

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.

photograph of white door and background
Arts and Culture |

The exhibition, located in the Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery, runs through June 2.

abstract digital art
Arts and Culture |

This spring’s exhibition season features five solo exhibitions of artists exploring diverse mediums, themes, and identities.

Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery In The News

Native News Online

This weekend and next week, Indian Country is abuzz with identity-defining art, sensational shopping opportunities and a worldwide Native shoe party.

Nouvelles du monde

This weekend and next week, Indian Country is filled with identity art, sensational shopping opportunities and an Indigenous shoe festival around the world.


Your cultural choices include a major moment for moccasins, a magnificent seasonal art market, and an ambitious exhibition illuminating Indigenous responses to historic events.

Las Vegas Weekly

Traditionally, the Southern Paiute people have foraged the landscape for raw materials, turning reeds and grasses into beautifully woven baskets. Today, Las Vegas Paiute tribal member Fawn Douglas uses the same time-honored techniques to produce an innovative result.

Las Vegas Review Journal

Fawn Douglas’ life is defined by balance.

Las Vegas Weekly

Culture: Art exhibits, theater productions, and more.