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Volume XXXII
Winter 2018


Arts Calendar

60th Anniversary of Robert Laxalt's Sweet
60th Anniversary of Robert Laxalt's Sweet Promised Land.
  • Thru Jan. 21 - Unsettled, 200 works by 80 artists, Nevada Museum of Art.
  • Thru Feb. 23 - Joan Arrizabalaga: Reflections, UNR, Sheppard Gallery.
  • Thru April 30 - Sweet Promised Land 60th Anniversary Exhibit, Robert Laxalt’s Sweet Promised Land, 95 p.m., Jon Bilbao Basque Library, 1664 N. Virginia St., Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center.
Roden Crater
James Turrell, Roden Crater Low Aerial Oblique Looking Toward N.E., 1983. The Altered Landscape, Carol Franc Buck Collection.
  • Feb. 2 - March 4 - Scholastic Art Awards 2018, middle and high school students artwork competition, Nevada Museum of Art. Reception Feb. 2@6 p.m.
  • Feb. 17 - May 13 - Marking the Infinite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia, Nevada Museum of Art, John Hawley Olds LaGatta Gallery.
  • Feb. 24 - Sept. 2 - Hans MeyerKassel, Artist of Nevada, Robert Z. Hawkins Gallery, Nevada Museum of Art.
  • March 10 - Jan. 6, 2019 - James Turrell, Roden Crater, Newton & Louise Tarble Gallery, NV Museum of Art.
  • March 19 - Dec. 31 - Maya Lin: Pin River Tahoe Watershed, Wayne and Miriam Prim Theater Lobby, Nevada Museum of Art.
  • April 12 - Oct. 14 - Celebrating Israel’s 70th Anniversary: Michael Rovner and Tal Shochat, Earl and Wanda Casazza Gallery, Nevada Museum of Art.
Tal Shochat, Romon (Pomegranate), 2010.
Tal Shochat, Romon (Pomegranate), 2010.
  • April 18 - May 1 - Remembering the Great War: One 100 Years Later, Nevada State Museum, Carson City. (775) 687-4810
  • June 9 - Sept. 2 - Manet to Maya Lin, John Hawley Olds LaGatta Gallery, Nevada Museum of Art.
  • July 21 - Jan. 6, 2019 - The Lasting World: Simon Dinnerstein and The Fulbright Triptych, NV Museum of Art.
French women munitions workers in an arms factory pose for the camera. Women were called on to fill roles traditionally performed by men prior to the war. They were exposed to trinitrotoluene (TNT).