Two Reno Jazz Festival musicians perform on stage.
Call for Volunteers for the 2020 Reno Jazz Festival, April 23-25

More than 100 volunteers needed to help to transform campus into a jazz hub

Musical artist Martha Redbone and her six-piece band perform Roots Project.
Award-winning musician Martha Redbone to perform at the University

The compelling voice in American roots music performs for audiences of all ages

Kara Savant’s artwork, It Takes a Village (2019), is an open mailbox on a wooden church-like background with a yellow waxy yellow jacket nest attached to the ceiling of the mailbox, green felt lining the bottom with a fake yellow jacket sitting on it, and a checkered flag up, indicating mail ready to be taken.
School of the Arts celebrates ‘Connections,’ brings artwork to airport terminal

Student, faculty and alumni art exhibition on display in Reno-Tahoe International Airport’s Terminal C until April 20

Music conductor leading the U.S. Navy Band with audience blurred behind him.
National spotlight shines on Nevada alumnus Capt. Ken Collins and the U.S. Navy Band

Servicemen and women recently highlighted in CBS News' behind-the-scenes video

University Arts Building looking toward the north.
University Arts Building wins architecture design honors across the country

Newest University of Nevada, Reno facility opened in February

The cast of Urinetown performs
Musical theatre degree launched at the University of Nevada, Reno

Department of Theatre and Dance offers only degree program in state of Nevada

Nevada Wind Ensemble plays at 2018 College Band Directors National Association Division Conference .
Nevada Wind Ensemble ends year with concert featuring Mark Davis Scatterday

In 2019, music group performed for Paradise, Calif., students; released studio recording

A female student wears a VR headset in the @One on the first floor of the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center
Academic units incorporating virtual reality, augmented reality into research projects

Experience VR like never before at the Libraries annual VR|AR Meet-Up Nov. 1, 3-5 p.m. Faculty will present research projects that incorporate VR or AR technology in their work.

Take3 trio in concert
Take3, chamber and pop music trio, to perform

Performing Arts Series presents dynamic group community performances on Nov. 6-7

Summit 2016 by Nolan Preece
The Lilley hosts exhibition of Renoite Nolan Preece

Local artist to show retrospective of non-figurative photography

a sheet of musical scores
New Library Database: BabelScores

Contemporary music online database added to the University Libraries' collection.

A cappella group Backtrack performs at the University of Nevada, Reno

‘New York’s Got Talent’ winners engage with students and community Oct. 17-18

The Piranesi exhibition at The Lilley
The art of postcard prints featured in 'Piranesi and The Eternal City'

Exhibition closes this week with music collaboration featuring eight students singing famous Italian songs from Piranesi’s time

The Moanin' Frogs
The Moanin’ Frogs inspires northern Nevada music students

The Moanin’ Frogs kicks off the Performing Arts Series at the University of Nevada, Reno

Larry Engstrom
University leaders win Lifetime Achievement and Leadership awards

Karen Penner-Johnson, President Marc Johnson and Larry Engstrom recognized at 2019 EDAWN Arts & Business Awards luncheon

Dmitri Atapine holds his cello
School of the Art’s Dmitri Atapine performs with The Chamber Music Society in Greece resulting in PBS film

PBS special features University of Nevada, Reno professor playing the Mendelssohn Octet, airs on KNPB Friday evening

A group of musicians in suits gathered playing a variety of different saxophones
Performing Arts Series announces 2019-20 season

The Moanin’ Frogs, Backtrack, Take3, Martha Redbone and Steel Betty visit University of Nevada, Reno

Brett Van Hoesen teaching a class at the University of Nevada, Reno
Associate Professor of Art Brett Van Hoesen wins ‘Outstanding Teacher of the Humanities Award’

Van Hoesen also receives recognition from Governor Steve Sisolak, Senators Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen

Hannah Huntley and Hector Arciniega
Two University students receive 2019 Regents’ Scholar Awards

The College of Liberal Arts is fortunate to have an undergraduate and graduate student as Regents’ Scholar recipients

Melissa Aldana
Walter Smith III, Melissa Aldana headline 57th Annual Reno Jazz Festival

Three-day festival to draw more than 10,000 people to University of Nevada, Reno

Winners from the 2018 Reno Jazz Festival.
Volunteers needed for the 2019 Reno Jazz Festival

Participants will be able to attend concerts at three-day music festival, April 25-27, 2019.

Five men stand on a basketball court with a large check held in the middle.
Greater Nevada Credit Union presents annual donation to Marching Band

The band accepted a gift of $41,350 to help support and expand the program; a total of more than $300,000 raised since beginning of partnership

Students stand on the stage in the Harlan O. & Barbara R. Hall Recital Hall
University Arts Building opens Friday, Feb. 22

The University and School of the Arts expand their roles and footprint with new building

The members of Cantus gathered around a seating area.
Performing Arts Series Presents Cantus

Men’s vocal ensemble to perform Feb. 5 at Nightingale Concert Hall

Sculptures from Sameer Farooq & Jared Stanley's "Terma, Images from the Ear or Groin or Somewhere". The words "What if our spiritual whimsy actually did rush through the intimate veil of your surprise."
New University art museum to open with artists Sameer Farooq, Jared Stanely

More than 5,500 works of art find permanent home on University campus

Paul Torkelson directoring choir
Free concert and donation drive to help California fire victims

University of Nevada, Reno chorus performs, collects donations Nov. 20

Monica Maccaux
University graphic design professor begins work on new typeface

Assistant professor Monica Maccaux plans to roll out new font based off of cattle brands

Inge Bruggeman in front of examples of Bruce Licher work
Grammy award-nominated letterpress artist to visit campus this week

Bruce Licher of Independent Project Press will give an illustrated lecture about his graphic design and letterpress work

Surabhi Bharadwaj
School of the Arts brings Indian dance, one-act comedies

October events spans music to art exhibitions

Noelle Ruggieri next to an American Dance Festival sign
Member of the Pack: One of the first women to graduate in new dance major offered through the School of the Arts

Noelle Ruggieri grows as a dancer and choreographer after summer internship

California Guitar Trio and Montreal Guitar Trio pose with instruments on seats of an outdoor amphitheater
Performing Arts Series Presents California Guitar Trio and Montreal Guitar Trio

World-renowned guitar trios to perform Oct. 2 at Nightingale Concert Hall

The cast and director of "A Free Man" rehearse.
University theatre program to perform new play about opioid addiction

Student cast will perform 'A Free Man' written by University theatre adviser, Sandra Neace.

Students study with each other.
University adds 13 new academic programs

New programs range from a minor in graphic design to a B.S. in biotechnology

A collection of flyers and posteres on a school bulletin board
What makes good graphic design?

Professor Katherine Hepworth discusses how people can recognize good design.

Jason Altieri, Marc Johnson, Karen Penner-Johnson and Larry Engstrom
University leaders garner three nominations in EDAWN arts awards

Luncheon recognized contribution of those who support Reno-Sparks arts and culture community

Members of the Nevada Marching Band in a line of Sousaphones.
The Pride of the Sierra welcomes new Associate Director of Bands Corey Pompey

Greater Nevada Credit Union support continues

SAM100 is a bricklaying robot used at the University Arts Building
University Arts Building construction first in Nevada to use bricklaying robot

Innovative tool touts time savings and cost-efficiency

Jamie Palmer, James Albrecht, Guadalupe Escobar, Aaron Hill, Nasia Anam, Tyler Brownlow-Calkin
New Colleagues Join the College of Liberal Arts

The College of Liberal Arts hires 26 new faculty members for the fall semester

The flags of the Nevada Wolf Pack, United States of America and Q&D Construction hang from a steel beam.
University Arts Building Tops Out

Tallest steel beam was placed, marking a construction turning point and bridging Church Fine Arts with new structure

Three student singers from the Seattle Academy Choir
56th Annual Reno Jazz Festival winners announced

Three-day festival awards outstanding schools and performers from Nevada, California and Washington

Dafnis Prieto poses with a cymbal in hand
Dafnis Prieto Sextet, Peter Apfelbaum headline 56th Annual Reno Jazz Festival

Three-day festival to draw more than 9,000 people to the University

Mélisande and her husband Alexandre "Moulin" de Grosbois-Garand
Quebec singer Mélisande blends traditional music with pop and electro

Performing Arts Series continues with April 3 concert

From left to right, Stacy Russell, Olga Perez Flora and Cami Cutler in Italy last summer  intensive voice lessons.
University students excel in experimental opera learning experience in Italy

Overseas program allows students to sing and experience culture

Mwangi Huetter duo
A Shakespearean classic set at the Black Rock Desert

A re-imagined ‘Twelfth Night’ performance and other School of the Arts events through March

Greater Nevada Credit Union check presentation
Greater Nevada Credit Union presents donation to Pride of the Sierra

The band accepts a gift of $30,000 to help support and expand the program; a total of nearly $300,000 raised since beginning of partnership

Selected Durations book published by Black Rock Press
Black Rock Press earns first runner-up in national book design competition

'Selected Durations' will be recognized by the Carl Hertzog Award for Excellence in Book Design

Campus aerial shot looking south from Lawlor Events Center
'Strength through Diversity' event highlights diversity and inclusion work

Highlighted: Upcoming campus climate survey, GRI initiatives, Diversity Plan and more

Tale of Genji: Snow Scene by Toyokuni and Hiroshige from 1853
University Galleries gets more than $1 million worth of donations

The museum has collected art and educated the community for more than 70 years and now prepares to move nearly 5,000 art pieces to new building

Patrons of Paleontology: How Government Support Shaped a Science, by Jane Davidson book cover, which is covered with bones, fossils, and drawing of prehistoric animals
University professor publishes new book on paleontology

'Patrons of Paleontology' focuses on government’s involvement in funding paleontology research

Gaudete Brass Quintet
Gaudete Brass Quintet, Joan Arrizabalaga featured at School of the Arts

Guest artists close out fall semester at University

Kris and Larry Engstrom
Trumpet professor earns Lifetime Achievement award

College of Liberal Arts music professor, Larry Engstrom, was recently awarded by the local entertainment community for a lifetime of achievement

Students walking outside Mackay Science in the fall leaves
19 new programs join University academics

New programs include a doctorate in mathematics, a major in dance, a minor in Middle Eastern studies and more

Lula Washington Dance Theatre Company
Lula Washington and Flying Carpet Theatre companies on campus this week

Visiting and local artists fill the month of November

Flying Carpet Theatre Company felt puppets
University theatre students to collaborate and perform with members of NYC Theatre Company

Flying Carpet Theatre generates plays that fuse vaudeville, mime, circus, conjuring, puppetry, dance and clowning; free performances Nov. 1 and 2

Lula Washington Dance Theatre Company
Performing Arts Series presents Lula Washington Dance Theatre

Repertoire dance ensemble to perform Nov. 2; free student session Oct. 31

Paul Neubauer plays voila viola
Master violist Paul Neubauer, book artist David Abel explore depths of artistry

Pulitzer Prize-winning play, ‘The Flick,’ will also be performed

Bárbara Colio posed for a portrait
Famed Mexican playwright to visit University and Reno September 28 & 29

Bárbara Colio presents two plays during visit: one in English, one in Spanish, both free and open to the public

Ravi Coltrane poses with saxophone
Third Coast Percussion, Ravi Coltrane to perform at University

Grammy Award nominated artists part of Fall 2017 arts programming

Third Coast Percussion group to perform at University of Nevada, Reno
Performing Arts Series Presents Third Coast Percussion

Grammy Award winning quartet to perform Sept. 28 at Nightingale Concert Hall

Friendly USAC participant sits with a mother and two children
Four University professors set to teach abroad in 2017-2018

Selections allow University professors to teach their own students as well as others overseas

 University of Nevada, Reno President Marc Johnson, Nevada System of Higher Education Chair Rick Trachok and artist Bryce Chisholm at groundbreaking event
University Arts Building is 'groundbreaking' news

University and the School of the Arts expand roles and footprint on campus and in the community

Patricia Ellison reacts to being named the winnter
Tibbitts winners Ellison, Scronce connect with students in similarly heartfelt ways

Patricia Ellison in Biochemistry and Tamara Scronce in Art are 2017 Tibbitts Distinguished Teachers

Samantha Kutner in the library studying
Grabbing ahold of greatness: University senior reflects on academic career

Samantha Kutner delves into her story of achieving greatness during her academic career at the University of Nevada, Reno

The Bad Plus Joshua Redman to perform at 2017 Reno Jazz Festival
2017 Reno Jazz Festival descends upon University campus April 27-29

Concerts, competitions and clinics to bring record turnout of nearly 11,000 to campus; heavy traffic expected

University's third annual "Day at the Museum" promises learning, fun

The event will feature 11 museums covering diverse interests from astronomy to art

The Bad Plus Joshua Redman
‘La Tragedie de Carmen,’ Reno Jazz Festival to entrance audiences

School of the Arts presents star line-up of April events including ‘Eurydice,’ University Galleries’ collection

Greater Nevada Credit Union presents University’s marching band with annual check

The Pride of the Sierra receives annual $45,000 as part of Greater Nevada’s ’It’s Time to Support the Band’ fundraising campaign

World traveling University alumnus continues higher education and service in the Air National Guard

Christian Walker’s life after college has opened doors to one adventure after another

Leon Fleisher and Katherine Jacobson
School of the Arts offers sights and sounds from around the world

Guest artists include Anoushka Shankar, Leon Fleisher

Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet
School of the Arts enters groundbreaking year

February arts events kick off spring 2017 semester

Large graffiti bug takes up nearly a whole wall in the stairwell
Church Fine Arts graffiti stairwell: An alternative canvas for artists

For the past 10 years, the graffiti-covered, three-story stairwell has been a hotspot for creative expression

Late University President Milt Glick with the Late Debbie Reynolds
The passing of the ‘Unsinkable’ Debbie Reynolds, 1932-2016

University’s honorary degree holder passes away at age 84; ‘she was so proud, it was a fun time for all’

young woman teaching a dance
The University offers new undergraduate and graduate level programs

Among others, the University will offer a bachelor’s degree in dance, thanks to popular demand

BodyVox dancers in unitards during a performance
Feel the movement as dance takes over University stages

BodyVox + Amphion String Quartet, Fall Dance Festival celebrates many dance styles

Wolf Pack Marching Band in full uniform marching out onto the field. A Piccolo player holds up her instrument and smiles into the camera.
Marching Band celebrates 5 years of support from Greater Nevada Credit Union

‘Pride of the Sierra’ increased size of staff, amount of scholarships offered and for the first time adds second band trip to the football season

The Westerlies
David Douglas, The Westerlies performance to benefit University music program

Grammy-nominated trumpeter, brass quartet will play with jazz and improvisational music faculty and students Oct. 24

A helper from Sanford Center for Aging assisting a woman in a wheelchair as the go through a museum together
Sanford Center for Aging and University Galleries share art with aging Nevadans

Center and Galleries partner to create new program to encourage and enable arts participation for elders; kick-off meeting set for Sept. 19

Performing Arts Series Cosmosis
More than 40 public arts events on campus this fall

School of the Arts looks forward to fall semester filled with guest artists, new building plans

Tilting the Basin Trees exhibit
Tilting the Basin: University artists partake in a rising culture of art

Artists from northern and southern Nevada participate in an art show through Oct. 23 at the Nevada Museum of Art

New students with candles
New Student Ceremony: 'There is nothing that can ever stop you, but you'

Dr. Albert Lee's stirring keynote address brings new student ceremony crowd to its feet

2015 Reno Jazz Festival
University campus celebrates 54 years of jazz

Thousands of musicians and aspiring performers learn and find inspiration during annual Reno Jazz Festival

Julius Funches plays Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird play
University Theatre and Dance stun in two national conferences

Department actors and dancers accomplish strong finishes in two high-profile performances

‘The Big Bonanza,’ a new American opera, inspired by Comstock Lode

University’s Nevada Chamber Opera debuts world premiere of Virginia City musical production

Leon Fleisher and Katherine Jacobson
International musical legend Leon Fleisher graces University stage

University’s Argenta Concert Series brings renown pianist to share talent with students and community

The cast, including Justin Tanks, Kennedy Hall, Geralda Miller, Jada Wilson and Christian Ordaz, from “A Raisin in the Sun"
Predominantly African-American cast tackles Reno’s premier of ‘A Raisin in the Sun’

University’s theatre and dance department offers play about prejudice through the ages and the quest to conquer the American Dream

The Pride of the Sierra Marching Band filling the stands in Wolf Pack gear accepts giant gift check from Greater Nevada Credit Union.
Greater Nevada Credit Union presents annual donation to the Pride of the Sierra Marching Band

The band accepts a gift of $45,000 to help support and expand the program; a total of $150,000 since beginning of partnership

Ceramic Skull
Art lovers to be delighted at University Galleries’ Valentine’s Auction

In partnership with the Stremmel Gallery, School of the Arts holds annual fundraiser Feb. 12; donations allow for art preservation and student programming

Brett Flanigan
Muralist’s vibrant painting featured in the Church Fine Arts building

The mural serves as the entryway to the art museum that will open in 2018

Artist Patricia Mills visits with students and campus guests during a Nov. 11 Art Walk featuring her impressionist works
Native Americans ‘today … and into the future’

Campus exhibits explore a series of perspectives, from historic context to contemporary art

Julie Quinn Lenz continues Lenz legacy at her second graduate recital

Lenz family continues to make a musical mark on the University and Reno area

carrie and mary dann
University supports and celebrates Native American culture

November recognized as Native American Heritage month

Notable University professor performs with Reno Chamber Orchestra

James Winn performs his very own Concerto, continues to contribute to the booming art culture at the University

Jones, longtime campus arts figure and co-founder of Artown, passes away

Tim Jones served as director of University Arts for a decade

Elsie Crabtree and her short skirt dressed as the University's drum majorette in 1939
Elsie Crabtree made headlines for her fashion faux pas

A University Marching Band Drum Majorette began a stir for revealing too much in 1939

Members of the marching band in full silver and blue uniforms looking down into the camera
Fundraising support strikes up the band

Marching Band grows in sound and numbers, just in time for the season's first Wolf Pack game

Holocaust memorial exhibit on display at University

Public invited to Artown lecture at University of Nevada, Reno gallery July 8

Talented musicians emerge from the University of Nevada, Reno

University members continue to be recognized for elevating musical culture through remarkable jazz composing, orchestral conducting and opera singing

A group of cheerleaders standing with Alphie, Jr., the UNR mascot
Artown Festival turns 20

University is part of the festival’s fabric, from early involvement to today’s events and sponsorship

Paul Baker Pindle
University Galleries Director selected to prestigious class of Vanguards

Paul Baker Prindle one of 60 international thought leaders and innovators working to make a change in the Truckee Meadows

Celebrating 53 years of Reno Jazz, 1962-2015

Donny McCaslin, SFJAZZ Collective and Vertical Voices set to kick off 53rd Reno Jazz Festival

Grad schools, programs ranked among the nation’s best

University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 23 graduate program rankings

Some of world’s finest musicians come to campus

Nevada Chamber Music Festival, Dec. 26-31, spotlights renowned musicians including SOTA faculty members

Jacquelyn Sundstrand, left, from University Libraries and Phil Boardman from the University's Department of English performing in a melodrama with silly costumes
Sing, boo, hiss and learn in celebration of Nevada’s 150 years

Melodrama production, history conference highlight a year-long series of University events and activities commemorating Nevada’s sesquicentennial

Sousaphone players with Wolf Pack covers marching with the rest of the UNR band
Marching Band debuts one of largest ensembles at Saturday’s Wolf Pack football game

Fundraising efforts continue through Greater Nevada Credit Union and University of Nevada, Reno Foundation

Assistant professor recognized as outstanding chamber musician

Dmitri Atapine awarded three-year residency with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Music professor to retire after 40 years at University

’Composers I’ve Known’ concert dedicated to Professor 'Mack' McGrannahan

Reno Jazz Festival
University hosts the 52nd annual Reno Jazz Festival

World-renowned professional musicians to perform alongside more than 9,000 young jazz musicians

Terawatt Facility
Grad programs ranked among the nation’s best

University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 24 graduate program rankings

University Galleries host biennial Valentine Exhibit and Art Auction

Works of art available for purchase by live and silent auction or online

Former University student takes first prize at orchestra competition

Flutist Carmella Cao wins 25th Annual Reno Chamber Orchestra College Concerto Competition

University professor receives Art Matters grant

Joseph DeLappe awarded $5,000 to support creative practice

Nevada Chamber Music Festival spotlights faculty musicians

Three faculty members will be among the renowned musicians from around the world performing in the 10th annual Nevada Chamber Music Festival, Dec. 26-31

Carl, Prescott named October Employees of Month

Both recipients helped their organizations through challenging times

A summer of Steinway success

Engineering student blends music, engineering during summer internship

Argenta Concert Series rings in three years at the University; first concert Friday

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

Growing band continues fundraising effort through Greater Nevada Credit Union and University Foundation

New art director updates spaces and brings fresh ideas to campus

University of Nevada, Reno hires Paul Baker Prindle as director of University Galleries for the Department of Art

Using Lake Tahoe photographs to blend art and science

Peter Goin has been using his photographs and those of others to research the visual history of Lake Tahoe for 25 years.

Two Girls in Engineering
University hosts nearly 5,000 students through variety of summer camps

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

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

Joseph DeLappe chalks out 10,000 square miles of usable space for solar farm

Celebrating 51 years of Reno jazz, 1962-2013

Two stellar Grammy nominees-Dave Douglas and Matt Wilson's Arts & Crafts-set to kick off the Reno Jazz Festival, April 25-27

Geib, Hoffman named SEC's Co-March Employees of Month

Carla Geib in Theatre & Dance, Kathy Hoffman in Purchasing, honored


Bang a gong, a hubcap or a trash can, April 4 concert sure to be a hit

Graduate student wins Reno Chamber Orchestra College Concerto Competition

Kayleigh Miller performs as featured soloist this Saturday and Sunday at Nightingale Concert Hall

Marching band
Building ‘Pride of the Sierra’

New energy, goals and matching-gift campaign for Wolf Pack Marching Band

International touring artist Todd Green performs at University

Wednesday’s concert to raise money for University of Nevada, Reno’s recording department

Atapine and Park of the Department of Music Receive International Praise
Brian Landrus plays the saxophone
Nevada Music Alum Invited to Join Band of Jazz Superstar Esperanza Spalding
Jazz Legend Uri Caine to Visit Campus and Perform

Caine's Artist in Residence Begins Nov.26, Concert Nov.30

Campus Profiles: Meet Albert Lee

Campus Profiles provides the campus community a brief snapshot of some of their newest colleagues.

Rendering of updated building
'Act One': The arts as a uniting force

Nell J. Redfield Foundation pledges $2M gift to School of Arts renovation

Student wins art award in spring, leads to national exhibit opportunity

University of Nevada, Reno Honors Program student Lily Cooper recognized for art in national display

Actors posing
Theatre First Flight and Opening Night Friday

Theatre and Dance soaring after upgrades to Redfield

Afro-pop ensemble H’Sao blends diverse ingredients into tasty musical stew

See H’Sao in concert Oct. 4 in Nightingale Concert Hall

Cardboard statue of Gandhi previously displayed in New York now showing at University

University of Nevada, Reno Art Professor Joseph Delappe displays statue he made of his Gandhi avatar

Lake Tahoe
Tahoe through the lens of research

University’s scientific community focuses on lake’s future

“Visualizing Change” environmental art exhibit in Tahoe until July 27

Tahoe Science Consortium and University of Nevada, Reno converge science and art to promote sustainability at Lake Tahoe

University of Nevada, Reno welcomes new choral conductor

Paul Torkelson arrives with vast experience and performances throughout the world; conducts free performance of Handel’s “Messiah” on Dec. 6

University takes center stage as Shakespeare debate heats up

English Professor and Shakespeare expert Eric Rasmussen weighs in on “Anonymous,” authors “The Shakespeare Thefts”

“Haunted”: an InkHeads printmaking show and fundraiser

University of Nevada, Reno art students and alumni connect with community through artwork

Shakespeare comes alive on campus this fall

"Lute Songs from the Time of Shakespeare" begin campus celebration of Shakespeare next week; performances of "Hamlet" in Original Pronunciation begin Nov. 1

School of the Arts collaborates with Lawlor Events Center and Legacy Hall to form NevadaTickets

To better serve performing arts patrons and the Wolf Pack community

David Ake takes over as Director of School of the Arts

Accomplished jazz pianist, composer and author

University music students learn and perform in Italy

Through travel-abroad experiences and playing in the Tuscia Operafestival, students immerse themselves in history and culture

University’s Knowledge Center opens Post-War Bohemians exhibit

Shows work of local artists who experimented with art styles and lifestyles out of Nevada’s mainstream

Professors Starrs and Goin receive prestigious award
Nevada students to compete at Next Generation Jazz Festival
“Made in Reno” concert benefits University scholarship fund
University cello professor wins prize at competition in Italy
University professor honored by Governor
University Art Professor offered a historic opportunity
Express “MYSELF”

"MYSELF," a free art exhibition at the University’s Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, explores the theme of contemporary self-portraiture.

Faces show character and culture
Renowned chamber music festival features faculty performers
Reno Phil's November concerts feature emeritus faculty
Making paintings dance

“Shanghaied” is a multimedia ballet conceptualized from one student's painting and will debut Nov. 18 and 19.

University joins musical instrument recycling efforts
‘Teaching is Sweetness’

Music professor Stephanie Sant’ Ambrogio showcases her prodigious teaching, performing skills for ‘L-Cubed’ series.

Music professor's book creates 'Special Sound'
Science majors learn from and listen to the “Music of Earthquakes”
Nevada Rep Company invites controversies with its fall lineup
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival partners again with University
Nevada Chamber Opera wins national award
Nevada Chamber Opera presents “Die Fledermaus”
From the White House to our house
Partnerships and Professionals

Emerging campus artists show work at prestigious Reno gallery

Internationally celebrated cello professor joins faculty
Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery: "Planes of Consistency" exhibit
University continues support of Blues Festival
Artown comes to campus
University celebrates unique art form: “book arts”
Art auction to benefit local artist and University graduate
Professors perform at modern dance forum in Mexico
Those who surprised David Ake with the award (and a hug) included fellow faculty musician Larry Engstrom, Provost Marc Johnson, left, and Heather Hardy, dean of the college of liberal arts. Photo by Jean Dixon
The Sounds of Success

Tibbitts Award winner Ake at a loss for words about honor

White House photographer shares ‘inside’ view
Ending of an era for music professor, Argenta Trio member
Rockin’ and Rollin’ to the sounds of a bassoon
NASA’s Space Grant Program funds interdisciplinary minor
University art exhibition analyzes sports
Artist explores knowledge at University exhibition
University relaunches opera program
Black Rock Press moves into new home
‘Eco-Sophia’ highlights art of living artfully
Midori and Abramovic performance part of Performing Arts Series
48 hour film festival puts new twist on rivalry
World-renowned composer honors Nevada oboist
Professor invited to prestigious international art exhibition
Mayor Cashell invites community to support Nevada band
2008 Balloon Race scholarship winners named
Geography grad makes sweet music, lands sweet job
Exhibit aims to provoke thought about a future after oil
Annual ‘Watermelon Concerts’ still a summer favorite
Discount tickets for Reno-Tahoe Blues Fest
Leaving a Legacy: Fred Reid named 'Employee of the Year'
Students drive choreographed concert
Valentine’s Day stirs excitement, bidding at Sheppard Art Gallery
Professor’s art exhibit rouses love, music and sense of community
Tantalizing tattoo, timeless talent
Natural Inquisitor

Peter Goin asks if nature is a social construct, a fiction