Press Room

Welcome to the Nevada Museum of Art Press Room. Members of the media may view and download information for current and upcoming exhibitions, programs, access press releases, and request to download high-resolution images.


Rebecca Eckland
Director of Communications and Marketing


Double Scoop (September 26, 2022): Fallen Fruit Collective comes to Reno

KOLO 8 (September 15, 2022): Nevada Museum of Art now offering free student admission for UNR and TMCC

Metropolis (September 14, 2022): Revealing How Iconic L.A. Architect Paul R. Williams Thrived in Nevada

The Architect’s Newspaper (September 9, 2022): Mimo razzle-dazzle, architectural zines, and more take center stage in these must-see late-summer exhibitions

Las Vegas Review Journal (August 26, 2022): Keys to the ‘City’: sprawling land art sculpture in the Nevada desert finally opens

Double Scoop (August 22, 2022): Q + A with Janna Ireland

Financial Times (August 12, 2022): Paul Revere Williams, the pioneering African-American architect who shaped LA glamour

Architectural Record (July 27, 2022): New Photography Exhibition Reframes the Work of Paul Revere Williams

KUNR (July 27, 2022): High schoolers paint mural along the Keystone Bridge in collaboration with art museum, city

Reno Gazette Journal (July 26, 2022): Photography exhibition highlights impact of Black architect Paul Revere Williams in Nevada

Archinect (July 22, 2022): Photographer Janna Ireland explores Paul Revere Williams’ overlooked Nevada creations

KOLO 8 (July 15, 2022): Nevada Museum of Art, E.L. Cord Museum School mural project

The New York Times (July 14, 2022): A Photographer Follows Paul Revere Williams into the West

KOLO (July 4, 2022): Honoring the Architectural Legacy of Paul Revere Williams

2 NEWS (July 2, 2022): Nevada Art Museum Exhibit Honors Historical Architect

Wall Street Journal (June 25, 2022): ‘American Silence: The Photographs of Robert Adams’ Review: Speaking Volumes

NEWS 4 (June 20, 2022): Nevada Museum of Art starting $60 million expansion

Wall Street Journal (July 23, 2021): Artists Explore New Ways of Sculpting the Land