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of the UNLV College of Fine Arts


Nevada Conservatory Theatre presents
"The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" Dec. 6-15

 

The Nevada Conservatory Theatre proudly presents C.S. Lewis's imaginative masterpiece, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe Dec. 6-15 in the Judy Bayley Theatre. Ann-Marie Pereth directs this charming play about courage and the love of freedom..

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Voctave: Spirit of the Season Dec. 17

 

Orlando-based, 11-member a cappella group Voctave celebrates the holidays with a program of Disney and holiday favorites. Chart-toppers on Billboard, Voctave's YouTube and Facebook videos have been viewed by over 100 million.

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Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art Hosts Community Day Dec. 21

 

Join the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art for a day of all-ages art exploration and hands-on creativity. Participants are invited to create zines, murals, microscope drawings, and illustrations in a range of media. Listen to live cello music by Kayla Quijano while you enjoy coffee, hot chocolate, and snacks during a day of belonging and making. The event is free and all materials are provided.


Department of Art Announces Year-End Events and Exhibitions

 

The fall semester is wrapping up in the department of art. Enjoy any of these 12 spectacular experiences in the 12th month of the year!

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UNLV Competing in 2020
U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon

 

UNLV has once again been selected to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon. The worldwide submission and selection process was demanding and keen. Previously, teams from UNLV were selected to compete in 2013 and 2017 competitions. In 2020, UNLV is one of only 10 universities in the world to compete in the biennial Design Build Challenge.

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UNLV Dance Student Collaboration Video

 


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ACHIEVEMENTS

Dance Graduate Cooper Rust Celebrates 5th Anniversary of Artists of Africa Foundation

 

UNLV Dance graduate Cooper Rust ('13) took her degree to Kenya immediately following graduation and formed the Artists for Africa Foundation - a U.S. registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization to help support arts education in Kenya. Artists for Africa currently supports programs to offer arts education to children in the Kuwinda slums, provide safe housing to talented young artists, to provide academic scholarships to allow other arts students to continue their educations, and to provide advanced opportunities for students to study their art outside of Kenya.
Dance professor Dolly Kelepecz-Momot traveled there in August to help teach dance to the young students. She returns in March 2020, along with chair of dance Louis Kavouras, to teach again.

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Entertainment Engineering & Design Director Michael Genova Named to Themed Entertainment Association Board

 

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School of Architecture Director Appointed to AIA Las Vegas Board of Directors

 

Director of the School of Architecture, Dr. Steffen Lehmann, has been appointed to the AIA Las Vegas Board of Directors.

 

Dana Moran Williams (Associate Professor, Scenic Design Department of Theatre), oversaw the installation of his design of the upcoming play, One November Yankee at 59E59. The show originally opened in Los Angeles in 2015 - starring Harry Hamlin and Loretta Swit.

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School of Music Student Wins First Prize at International Music Competition

 

UNLV DMA student Marta Płomińska was awarded the First Prize in the 2019 International Music Competition 'Brussels' Grand Prize Virtuoso!
She has been selected to perform at the Studio Recital Hall at Centre for Fine Arts of Brussels, (Belgium), on Sunday, Dec. 22. Brava!

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