Performing Arts Center News
The Performing Arts Center at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has long been the home of arts and cultural programming in Southern Nevada. Located on the northeast corner of the university campus, the center is bustling with activity nearly every day of the year.
Current Performing Arts Center News
The concert kicks-off a series of student performances that are both in-person and live-streamed from Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall.
The UNLV Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Taras Krysa.
Mistaken identities, unrequited love, reunited school chums, and a whole pot of noodles add flavor to this quick-paced romantic comedy that will delight the entire family.
Selected artist to create an original site-specific mural celebrating the thriving and diverse Las Vegas community.
UNLV Dance is pleased to welcome back live audiences. The concerts also will continue to have a streaming component allowing guests to experience the shows from home.
This dynamic global exhibition project is carried out locally by students from UNLV’s Department of Anthropology.
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Those looking for employment are getting many opportunities to do so in recent weeks.
On Dec. 11, the UNLV Performing Arts Center will host a special Zoom concert featuring world-class guitarist Ricardo Cobo. It’s part of UNLV’s part of its “Live from” series.
Acclaimed filmmaker Ryan Coogler will be the featured speaker at next month's installment of UNLV's lecture series.
School is back in session.
And for students at UNLV, that means so are the arts.
She’s one of the most famous photographers of all time, and on April 3, Annie Leibovitz spoke to a packed theater inside Artemus Ham Hall at UNLV. The talk was the final installment of the current season of the Barrick Lecture Series, which kicked off with Oscar-winning film director Guillermo del Toro last October.
The members of the string quartet launching UNLV's annual Charles Vanda Master Series on Saturday plan to catch Britney Spears' "Piece of Me" at Planet Hollywood during their Vegas visit.