Events

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.

  • Film

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7:30 pm

    Third Coast Dance Film Festival celebrates the intersection of contemporary dance and the moving image with a screening series of short dance films. Currently entering its fourth season, Third Coast is an annual dance film festival based in Houston, TX. The 2014 festival will screen nineteen film shorts, including thirteen international films from Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The program includes three world, six USA, and ten Texas premieres. The 2014 curators are Lydia Hance, Ashley Horn, Rebecca Salzar, and Rosie Trump. Join festival co-founder Rosie Trump for a celebration of dance and the moving image. 

    Nineteen films are included in this year’s festival. Highlights among them include:

     

    NEARBY FAR, 2013 (USA) is set in the gorgeous landscape of the Oregon Dunes, and explores the endurance of a relationship over the spans of time, space and distance. The film is shot in monochrome, and uses a time lapse process.

    WHAT’S WHAT, 2014 (USA) Best of Festival Award Winner  This short dance extravaganza tips its hat to the history of gender-bending performance and early filmmaking.

    BRIEF CANDLE, 2013 (Canada) Brief Candle puts Andrew Wyeth’s ‘Christina’s World’ into motion, and explores how bio-electricity galvanizes into discovering muscular intelligence. The light field was setup with 50 lamps, thousands of feet of power cord, and careful visual effects in post.

    ALONE? IN THE THEATER!, 2013 (Germany) Best of Festival Award Winner  A one-man project made in the foyer of Staatstheater Nürnberg about a man finding himself alone in the big theatre. As time goes by his lonely experience becomes a joyful one, far from loneliness and boredom.

    Parting 6, 2014 (USA) Spirit of the Festival Award Winner Director & Cinematographer: Ellen Maynard | Choreographer: Serena Chang | Performers: Lily Kane, Tadas Varaneckas, Tim Bendernagal, Mel Mark, Maddie Tiberi, and Dani Fishman | Editor and Producer: Ellen Maynard Description: Captured here is a memory of youth filled with ferocious statements, quiet insecurities, restrained passions, and raw exposure within the group.

     

    Click here for more information about the Third Coast Dance Film Festival. 

     

    Media Sponsorship by Reno News & Review and KUNR Reno Public Radio. 

    $7 General / $5 Museum members

  • Group Tours

    Guided Tour – Thursday Evening

    Thursday February 12, 2015 / 6 – 7 pm

    Tour the featured exhibition with one of the Museum’s trained docents during a regularly scheduled Guided Tour offered Thursdays at 6 pm (except First Thursdays); Saturdays at 1 pm; and Sundays at 1 pm. Reservations are not needed.  Free with admission.


Exhibitions

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    Permanent Collection Galleries

    City of Dust: The Evolution of Burning Man

    through January 7, 2018

    For the first time ever, explore the remarkable story of how the legendary Nevada gathering known as Burning Man evolved through collaborative ritual from humble... more »

    Included with Admission

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    Nightingale Sky Room

    View from the Playa: Photographs by Eleanor Preger

    through January 7, 2018

    A decade ago, Eleanor Preger never imagined herself taking photographs at Burning Man. Highlights of this Incline Village-based photographer’s work will be on view... more »

    Included with Admission

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    Unsettled

    through January 21, 2018

    Unsettled amasses 200 artworks by 80 artists living and/or working in a super-region we call the Greater West, a geographic area that stretches from Alaska to Patagonia,... more »

    Included with Admission

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    Ugo Rondinone: Seven Magic Mountains

    through May 11, 2018

    Across the desert south of Las Vegas, Nevada, rises a large, colorful anomaly. Seven colossal stone forms defy gravity with their teetering formations. The... more »

    Included with Admission

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    Donald W. Reynolds Grand Hall

    Trevor Paglen: Orbital Reflector

    through September 30, 2018

    The fourteen-foot diameter Mylar balloon hanging in the Donald W. Reynolds Grand Hall is a model for a future artwork by contemporary artist Trevor... more »

    Included with Admission

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    Donald W. Reynolds Grand Hall

    Andrea Zittel: Wallsprawl

    through December 31, 2018

    Andrea Zittel’s Wallsprawl #4 (Las Vegas, Next to Nellis Air Force Base), is based on an aerial photograph of the southern Nevada military installation known... more »

    Included with Admission