Art consultant Maria Partridge talks about choosing the sculptures for a downtown Reno development
Episode 2: Geralda Miller is passionate about local art, diversity, and dressing up for Burning Man
Here's Episode 1—Prince Nesta interviews Mary Lee Fulkerson
In a small show at The Holland Project, Marisa Malone conjures a lot of emotion with a line of thread
A 1906 painting of a prominent Reno woman was restored. You can catch a glimpse at the Lilley Musuem.
Trevor Paglen’s defunct satellite won't reflect light from space as planned, but it still reflects plenty about us
The Reno arts community regroups after a sexual assault allegation
Dyani White Hawk's beaded paintings speak a few different dialects at once
Hannah Huntley’s BFA show tackles the feel-bad world of Instagram beauty standards
Sometimes, objects will tell you what they are. Knives and chairs are like this. Tea kettles, too. Other objects are less obvious, like Alma Allen’s “Untitled,” one of the many untitled sculptures in his and J.B. Blunk’s new exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art. Sitting on two square beams, the white, marble sculpture is shrub-sized and blob-like with two protrusions...