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Barrick Museum to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with Art Walk

Barrick Museum to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with Art WalkBy Kristin Simons | September 24, 2017 The entrance for Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, a local institution located right here on campus. Photo by Summer Thomad / UNLV Scarlet and

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Film Department Offers Exclusive Walt Disney Course Over Summer

Film Department Offers Exclusive Walt Disney Course Over SummerBy Jacob Tiranno | September 10, 2017 Illustration by Eleanor Roh / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press Over the 2017 summer term, the UNLV Film Department introduced an exciting new course:

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The Art of Beauty, History and Mystery Found at UNLV’s Barrick Museum

The Art of Beauty, History and Mystery Found at UNLV’s Barrick Museum By Tania Dawood | August 27, 2017 UNLV student viewing photo gallery at Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art. Photo by: Yvan Sanchez One special thing that UNLV has

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Art exhibit displays the beauty of Scientific Discovery

Art exhibit displays the beauty of Scientific DiscoveryBy Alexander Steffanus | April 3rd, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney When the Kepler space observatory went into orbit and began snapping pictures of the eternal night sky in 2009, its scientists

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Art exhibit challenges how we process information

Art exhibit challenges how we process informationBy Alexander Steffanus | March 27th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney As technology makes information more accessible, people forget to critically assess the things that they consume. One UNLV-based artist expresses this message

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Open Studios

Open StudiosBy Alexander Steffanus | December 12th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney In a funhouse of imagination, colorful sculptures hung from strings. Rooms were filled with balloons, paint, melted metal and wooden silhouettes of nude subjects. In one room,

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Downtown art project burns with hopes and dreams

By Daniella Gonzalez   The Life Cube was set ablaze Saturday in downtown Las Vegas.   Hundreds of people showed up to see the 24 foot structure be set on fire. The crowd grew impatient after the cube didn’t light

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Artist comes to UNLV for one-time showcase

World-renowned artist Anya Gallaccio showcased some of her most recognized works of art at UNLV on Oct. 15.   Gallaccio’s style is notable for her use of natural objects during processes of transformation and decay.   “I work with organic

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UNLV film alum speaks at Cinefemmes event

Filmmaker Jessica Chandler-Fay was a guest speaker at a Cinefemmes event on Thurs., Oct. 22. Cinefemmes is a UNLV registered student organization which supports women in filmmaking by providing a forum for support, networking and education. A UNLV film alum,

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Zap! and the art of utility boxes

By Maria Rodarte A roadside utility box isn’t usually the place one expects to find art, but a 10-year-old project has brought color and flair to most mundane of urban sights. The Zap! project, which began in 2005 with 10

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