Art -- Nevada -- Reno
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0628
Identifier: AC 0314
Overview Collection consists of flyers and brochures announcing exhibits at the Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, undated-1989, and Art Department bulletins and newsletters, 1963-1990. Newsletters include: Art Forum, 1963-1967; Contact, 1967-1977; News from the Art Club, 1981-1983; and Preview, 1976-1990. Among the exhibit items is a description of the inaugural exhibition in the Church Fine Arts Building, with a foreword by J. Craig Sheppard, artist and Chair of the Department of Art.
Collection — Box Oversized Archives AC Drawer
Identifier: AC 0534
Abstract In 1967 a small Basque studies program was established within the social sciences division of the Great Basin Institute. Originally established to study the Basques as an integral part of the sheep industry that had so influenced the development of the Intermountain West, over time (and since incorporated officially into the University of Nevada, Reno), the Center for Basque Studies has become the leading research and educational institute of its kind outside the European Basque homeland....
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Identifier: AC 0533
Abstract 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.
Overview Walter McNamara (1939- ) is an artist who specializes in found material sculpture and collage. His art has been exhibited across the United States, especially in Nevada. This collection consists of announcements for his exhibitions held from 1968 to 2009 in the form of flyers and posters, a Nevada Museum of Art show catalog (1994) as well as other information regarding awards and projects with which he has been involved.
Abstract The Nevada Art Gallery was an art museum in Reno, Nevada; incorporated in 1931, the museum is now known as the Sierra Nevada Museum of Art. Collection includes correspondence, financial statements, bylaws, newsletters, list of board members, membership and committee lists, annual reports, and staff reports.
Identifier: AC 0625
Overview The Performing Arts Series records consist of correspondence, programs, and marketing material for Performing Arts Series events. The Public Occasions Committee oversaw the annual Performing Artists Series from 1966-1985. In October 1985, the group's name became the Performing Arts Committee, and the name of the annual cultural programming became the Performing Arts Series. The programming is administered by the School of the Arts within the College of Liberal Arts. Events include dance, music,...
Dates: 1986 - 2018
Identifier: AC 0624
Abstract The Public Occasions Board records consist of correspondence, minutes, and Performing Artist Series announcements and programs for internationally known musicians, dance companies, and dramatic performances. Included is the book for the 1968 Sculpture Invitational exhibit for the University’s Second Annual Arts Festival Week. Of particular interest is the Survey of Cultural Activities in Reno-Sparks conducted by the Board in 1966.
Identifier: AC 0530
Overview The University of Nevada, Reno, College of Liberal Arts, School of the Arts was established in July 2004 after the College of Liberal Arts was created from the reorganization of the College of Arts and Science. From 2004-June 2010, the Department of Music and Dance existed as one entity. In July 2010, the two departments split and formed the Department of Theatre and Dance and the Department of Music. The School of the Arts Records include programming calendars, promotional material about...
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Identifier: AC 0532
Abstract 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.