Artists -- Nevada
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Elko Area Council on the Arts was an Elko, Nevada, organization formed to promote and aid the arts in northeastern Nevada. Registry from 1980 lists all artists and craftsmen in northeastern Nevada, both amateur and professional and was created to serve as an information and resource clearing house.
The Department of Art's Gallery South, located in the Jot Travis Building, opened in the Fall of 2012. It is used to display student work. The Gallery South records consist of marketing material for exhibits.
About 100 pencil, water color, and pen and ink sketches of Nevada scenes, titled, dated and signed. Sketches depict the artist's living quarters, also mining locations and the area in and around Eureka, Nevada and the southeastern section of Nevada. The three books were apparently a gift from the artist to Elizabeth C. Parker.
Includes minutes (incomplete); agendas, treasurers' reports; newsletters; membership rolls and applications; programs and lists of participants in art shows; newspaper clippings about events; and report, programs, and announcements of the Nevada Art Gallery, Reno, Nevada.
The Sheppard Fine Art Gallery in the Church Fine Arts Complex became Sheppard Contemporary [gallery] in the spring of 2013. It is the site for exhibits by visiting professional artists. Sheppard Contemporary records consist of marketing material for exhibits by visiting professional artists.
The Church Fine Arts Gallery's name was changed to the Yolande and Craig Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery and was referred to as the Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery. Located in the Church Fine Arts Complex, it is the site for exhibits of visiting professional artists. The name of the gallery was changed to the Sheppard Contemporary in the spring of 2013. The Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery Records consist of a letter, exhibit booklets and marketing material for exhibits.
Interviews of members of the Walker Lake Art Club about their experiences in entering the fine arts.,Interviewees include Audrey Haigh, Audrey Cooper, and Frances Hawkins.
The Larry A. Walters Papers consist of basic stage drawings for the Church Fine Arts Theatre, stage and set drawings for 22 plays produced at the University between 1981 and 1991, and several undated drawings by Larry Walters either as a student or for courses he taught at the University. Instrument Schedules and notes are available for some of the plays.