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Argenta Concert Series rings in three years at the University; first concert Friday
September 26, 2013 • By Natalie Savidge
New eight-concert chamber music series and renovations in Church Fine Arts Building offer expanded musical experiences for students and community.
Marching Band unveils new uniforms at Saturday’s football game
September 19, 2013 • By Natalie Savidge
Growing band continues fundraising effort through Greater Nevada Credit Union and University Foundation.
New art director updates spaces and brings fresh ideas to campus
September 18, 2013 • Staff Report
University of Nevada, Reno hires Paul Baker-Prindle as director of University Galleries for the Department of Art.
University hosts nearly 5,000 students through variety of summer camps
July 12, 2013 • By Abbie Walker
Students 18 and younger participate in camps ranging from athletics and engineering to 4-H and music.
Lake Tahoe Music Camp to host its 57th six-day camp July 21-27
July 5, 2013 • By Abbie Walker
200 middle school and high school musicians will participate in a week-long camp instructed by professionals from the University of Nevada, Reno and the local community.
Art professor completes 460-mile bike ride in the desert
June 26, 2013 • By Abbie Walker
Joseph DeLappe chalks out 10,000 square miles of usable space for solar farm.
Celebrating 51 years of Reno jazz, 1962-2013
April 10, 2013 • By Andrea Turman
Two stellar Grammy nominees-Dave Douglas and Matt Wilson's Arts & Crafts-set to kick off the Reno Jazz Festival, April 25-27.
International touring artist Todd Green performs at University
December 4, 2012 • By Megan Akers
Wednesday’s concert to raise money for University’s recording department.
Atapine and Park of the Department of Music Receive International Praise
December 3, 2012 • By Cynthia Pratte
Atapine and Park's production of four Liebermann sonatas, written over the past 30 years, has garnered the attention and praise of two high-profile classical music magazines, Gramophone and The Strad.
Jazz Legend Uri Caine to Visit Campus and Perform
November 16, 2012 • By Forrest Hartman
Uri Caine will perform his Mahler project with trumpeter Ralph Alessi, drummer Clarence Penn, bassist Drew Gress, saxophonist Chris Speed and violinist Josefina Vergara at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in Nightingale Concert Hall. Tickets are $20 general and $5 for University students. Call 784-3555.
'Act One': The arts as a uniting force
October 29, 2012 • By Roseann Keegan
Redfield Foundation pledges $2 million lead gift toward $4 million renovation of Church Fine Arts Building
Theatre First Flight and Opening Night Friday
October 16, 2012 • By Forrest Hartman
Check out the updates to Redfield Proscenium Theatre during Nevada Repertory Company’s upcoming production of “The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Dr. Faustus.” The show runs at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19, 20, 24, 25, 26 and 27 and at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 21.
Afro-pop ensemble H’Sao blends diverse ingredients into tasty musical stew
September 21, 2012 • By Forrest Hartman
See H’Sao in concert as part of the University's Performing Arts Series. The group performs at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4 in Nightingale Concert Hall in the Church Fine Arts Building.
Cardboard statue of Gandhi previously displayed in New York now showing at University
September 11, 2012 • By Tiffany Moore
As students enter into the E.L. Cord Foundation Atrium of the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center at the University of Nevada Reno, they will be greeted by Mahatma Gandhi.
University takes center stage as Shakespeare debate heats up
October 25, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
When Eric Rasmussen isn’t in the classroom bringing Shakespeare to life for students, you’re likely to find him on the telephone, talking to reporters around the globe.
“Haunted”: an InkHeads printmaking show and fundraiser
October 20, 2011 • By Ashlea Clark
The InkHeads Printmaking Group, a University student and alumni art club, hosts a “Haunted” art show and sale at l’gallery on Oct. 29.
Shakespeare comes alive on campus this fall
September 15, 2011 • By Nonie Wainwright
“Lute Songs from the Time of Shakespeare” will kick-off a fall campus celebration of Shakespeare prior to November performances of “Hamlet” in Original Pronunciation.
School of the Arts collaborates with Lawlor Events Center and Legacy Hall to form NevadaTickets
September 14, 2011 • By Rachel Sa-Onoy
Lawlor Events Center and Legacy Hall Ticket Office form NevadaTickets, a single ticketing hub for the School of the Arts, Athletics and Lawlor Events Center.
David Ake takes over as Director of School of the Arts
August 26, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
College of Liberal Arts has named accomplished jazz musician and associate professor of music David Ake the director of its School of the Arts.
University music students learn and perform in Italy
July 27, 2011 • By Kate Dunlap
The Tuscia Operafestival is held annually in Viterbo, Italy during the summer and two Nevada students are fortunate to perform.
Making paintings dance
November 5, 2010 • By Nonie Wainwright
“Shanghaied” is a multimedia ballet conceptualized from one student's painting and will debut Nov. 18 and 19.
University joins musical instrument recycling efforts
October 15, 2010 • By Natalie Savidge
The School of the Arts joined forces with the For the Love of Jazz Society to seek instruments for students in the Washoe County School District.
‘Teaching is Sweetness’
October 8, 2010 • By Nonie Wainwright
Music professor Stephanie Sant’ Ambrogio showcases her prodigious teaching, performing skills for ‘L-Cubed’ series.
Nevada Rep Company invites controversies with its fall lineup
September 10, 2010 • By Krystal Pyatt
Nevada Repertory Company introduces “Stop Kiss” that opens in early October and “Is He Dead?” in mid-November.
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival partners again with University
May 26, 2010 • By Kathie Taylor
As in years past, the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is partnering with the University of Nevada, Reno.
Professor’s art exhibit rouses love, music and sense of community
February 12, 2008 • By Natalie Savidge
Prepare to rock to the tunes of music performed by Panic Opera, the Juvinals, and DJ Andrew, all while making crafty valentines and a communal art display.