Art -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Art club in Reno, Nevada, founded in 1921 and named after Lorenzo P Latimer, who taught art in Reno beginning in 1916. Members gave programs and demonstrations, held yearly competitions, and provided maintenance and financial support for the Reno Art Gallery. Included are membership rolls and records of receipts and disbursements, a history of the club which covers 1916-1974, and undated meeting minutes.
Abstract 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.
Abstract Nevada, one of fifty was a series of radio programs produced by the University of Nevada, Reno, as part of the U.S. Bicentennial celebration, which explored various aspects of the state: history, politics, immigrants, Native Americans, government, ghost towns, art, and some individuals. George Herman, professor of English at the University of Nevada, was the most frequent host but every show featured a different guest. Forty-six programs were produced, this collection is incomplete....
Abstract Sketches and a woodcut of Nevada scenes by Lewis Carleton Ryan, a brief typescript essay on ghost towns, and an essay/broadside about Ryan by Alan Robert Murray. Sketches include scenes of Virginia City and Rhyolite, Nevada and the desert which range from 1927-1930.
Abstract Silver Circle Arts Council is a Reno, Nevada cooperative of community organizations whose purpose was to develop educational and cultural activities in Washoe, Ormsby, Douglas, and Storey Counties. Included in the records are bylaws, minutes and newsletters.
Identifier: AC 0529
Overview The University Arts Calendars are produced by the University of Nevada, Reno as advertising for arts and cultural events produced and sponsored by the University. Calendars and flyers created post-Spring 2004 are produced by the School of the Arts. In Fall 2004, the name changed from University Arts Calendar to Arts 365, part of a larger move by the University to create the School of Arts. The University Arts Calendars collection consists of annual arts calendars and flyers from 1998-2017 that...