Events

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    NV STEAM Conference

    Saturday February 2, 2019 / 8 am – 5:30 pm

    Nevada Museum of Art in partnership with the Desert Research Institute’s Science Alive program, hosts an annual statewide conference to explore best practices in STEAM Education.

    The NV STEAM Conference is the most important state-wide event for exploring ideas and strategies that incorporate Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math Education into pioneering classroom practices that foster student creativity through engaging, hands-on workshops and nationally recognized keynote speakers.

    This year, we are asking ourselves about the next chapter of STEAM thinking. 

    How can we better approach interdisciplinary practices that transcend the silos of art and science?

    In 2019, the NV STEAM Conference considers the ways in which historical practices, influenced by new technologies, can catalyze innovations in STEAM education. Using today’s most exciting digital tools, we can launch a new chapter of STEAM education based on authentic, interdisciplinary exploration of the world around us.

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    Art Afternoon: Workshop and Social for Seniors

    Friday February 8, 2019 / 1 – 3 pm

    Seniors are invited to spend the afternoon at the Museum. Enjoy a guided tour and a studio art class along with light refreshments. Monthly tours and projects are designed for participants of all levels of experience and offer an engaging and interactive experience. These monthly sessions are held on the second Friday of each month. Advanced registration is recommended.

    Sponsored in part by the Leonette Foundation Seniors and Art Endowment

    $10 General / $6 Museum members

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    Hands ON! Second Saturdays

    Saturday February 9, 2019 / 10 am – 6 pm

    The Hands ON! on Second Saturdays program offers monthly free admission, hands-on art activities, storytelling, a docent-guided tour, live performances, and community collaborations.  “Art Investigators” provides children the opportunity to engage with Museum staff and take a closer look at artwork while engaging in a dialogue about key pieces.  New exhibitions, community collaborations, cultural explorations, guest performances and monthly themes rotate in this engaging series of monthly programs.

    SCHEDULE

    10 am – 6 pm | Free Admission for all Visitors
    10 am – 4 pm | Hands-on Art Projects
    10:30 & 11 am | Children’s Storytelling with Kathleen Durham
    11:30 am & 2 pm | Art Investigators
    1:00 pm | Public Tour (adult focus)
    2:30 & 3 pm | Children’s Storytelling with Kathleen Durham 

    Title Sponsor: Thomas P. Raley Foundation

    Lead sponsorship for the Hands ON! program through 2024 is provided by the Robert S. and Dorothy J. Keyser Foundation.

    Sponsor: Renown Health

    Additional sponsors: The City of Reno Arts & Culture Commission; Mercedes-Benz of Reno, an AutoNation Company; US Bank

    Media sponsorship by Ahora Latino Journal, Entravision, and El Sol de Nevada.

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    Sunday with a Senior

    Sunday February 10, 2019 / 1 – 3 pm

    Designed for seniors (ages 60+) who require some additional assistance, this Sunday program invites seniors and their caretakers, family members or special friends for a guided tour and a facilitated hands-on art project. No art experience necessary. Pre-registration recommended.

    $10 General / $6 Museum members

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    Early Childhood Education Roundtable

    Thursday February 21, 2019 / 5:45 – 7:30 pm

    Educators are invited to these FREE monthly informative roundtables, which provide participants an opportunity to interact with art and each other. Each month, a different exhibition becomes the focus for discussion to support children’s learning through creative play in diverse early childhood settings. Registration is required. For questions, please contact Leah Sanders, Educational Consultant or Terry Randolph, PreK Program Coordinator, WCSD.

    Pre-meeting gathering at chez louie (no host) begins at 4:45 pm.

    Registry credit (1.5 hours) and CEU credit (.5 for attending 5 sessions) are available.

    FREE Museum members

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    2019 Scholastic Art Awards Gold Key Exhibition Opening Reception at the Holland Project

    Friday February 22, 2019 / 6 – 8 pm

    Join us in celebrating the Gold Key award-winning students of 2019 and the opening of their exhibition at the Holland Project gallery at 140 Vesta Street in Reno.

    FREE Admission


Exhibitions