Artist Kara Joslyn's piece is on exhibit in Process at UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary I Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art
FIELD NOTES: On Friday evening, January 27, the UNLV College of Fine Arts will have have several exhibitions open making for a well timed unofficial campus Art Walk. The Barrick Museum opens its 50th Anniversary Year with a reception hosted by Nancy J. Uscher, dean of the UNLV College of Fine Arts, and the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, to mark the Barrick's 50th year of service to the Las Vegas community. That will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
ELSEWHERE: The Beam will extend its hours to 8 p.m. for "Greyscale" and Grant Hall will be busy until 9 p.m. with a closing reception for "Out At Home."
BARRICK ON THE AIR: From KNPR article and audio, UNLV's Barrick Museum Turns 50 Looking To Engage Community: "Getting on the community’s radar screen starts this week with a public anniversary celebration Friday evening at the museum. The museum's new name — the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art — will be officially unveiled at the event."
PRINT: In Las Vegas Weekly's article, Interim Director Alisha Kerlin Leads the Barrick Museum Through Its 50th Anniversary, Kerlin is asked "What’s the purpose behind the latest name change?' She replied. "We have Mesoamerican art objects in the Braunstein gallery, and we house one of the most famous and inspiring donations of contemporary art in recent American history—the Nevada portion of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel 50x50 Collection. [Given] the fact that we have those two massive collections and that we’re growing our own collection of contemporary artists with ties to Southern Nevada, it’s natural to have 'of Art' by the name."
BELOW a shot of Barrick preparation and an art in public space faculty has a leave behind in the lobby.
ABOUT GRAYSCALE: The Donna Beam Art Gallery extends its hours to 8 p.m. for "Greyscale," which features black, white and grey works of art by Las Vegas artists; UNLV alumni; selected pieces from the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection; and works from Las Vegas Art Museum Collection loaned from the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.
ABOVE: Luis Varela Rico