Nevada Museum of Art acquires Judy Chicago’s Fireworks Archives
She knew it would take a while for the world to get her work, so she kept very good records
Josie Glassberg / May 22, 2020
Makers to the rescue
Renown expands partnership with UNR makerspaces. Next step: 10,000 gowns.
Josie Glassberg / April 28, 2020
Has Instagram always been this good?
Art accounts that have brought me back from the brink of seclusion
Josie Glassberg / April 20, 2020
Is Artown a go?
Decision planned for early June
Josie Glassberg / April 10, 2020
Is art non-essential?
No. No, it’s not.
Josie Glassberg / March 21, 2020
Up in arms
The Nevada Museum of Art aims for a gun exhibition that stays on message and above the fray
Josie Glassberg / February 14, 2020
I’m gonna take my horse …
A music-inspired exhibition at the 36th annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering celebrates black cowboys
Josie Glassberg / February 12, 2020
Matching picture: Austin Pratt’s world was a good place to question my own
A probing search for order in a universe that may or may not be benevolent
Josie Glassberg / January 30, 2020
Scrambled words, bright colors, and spray-painted electrical boxes
Truth to power is scrappy, even when it is government-funded
Josie Glassberg / January 7, 2020
Happy trails to you
A Reno collective erects the first piece on a planned Verdi-to-Gerlach art trail
Josie Glassberg / October 28, 2019