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Nevada Museum of Art


address  160 W. Liberty St.
 Reno, NV  89501
phone (775) 329-3333
hours Wed., Fri.-Sun. 10 am-5 pm; Thu. 10 am -8 pm
general adm $10; $8 students and seniors; $1 children 6-12; free for children 5 and under
www.nevadaart.org

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Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Wed 1/29/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 1/29/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 1/29/20 at 10am-6pm 

King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion by John Banovich

Painting
This exhibition features paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and George Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African lion. An internationally recognized artist who has studied lions for decades, Banovich has created a body of work that is also an homage to these animals. King of Beasts features more than thirty artworks that explore questions about humankind’s deep fear, love, and admiration for these creatures. The exhibition spans nearly twenty-five years of work and assembles his body of work focused on African lions for the very first time.
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 • Wed 1/29/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 1/30/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Thu 1/30/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 1/30/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 1/30/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 1/31/20 - Sun 2/2/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 1/31/20 - Sun 2/2/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 1/31/20 - Sun 2/2/20 at 10am-6pm 

King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion by John Banovich

Painting
This exhibition features paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and George Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African lion. An internationally recognized artist who has studied lions for decades, Banovich has created a body of work that is also an homage to these animals. King of Beasts features more than thirty artworks that explore questions about humankind’s deep fear, love, and admiration for these creatures. The exhibition spans nearly twenty-five years of work and assembles his body of work focused on African lions for the very first time.
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 • Fri 1/31/20 - Sun 2/2/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/5/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 2/5/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Wed 2/5/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 2/5/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/6/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 2/6/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Thu 2/6/20 at 10am-8pm 

King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion by John Banovich

Painting
This exhibition features paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and George Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African lion. An internationally recognized artist who has studied lions for decades, Banovich has created a body of work that is also an homage to these animals. King of Beasts features more than thirty artworks that explore questions about humankind’s deep fear, love, and admiration for these creatures. The exhibition spans nearly twenty-five years of work and assembles his body of work focused on African lions for the very first time.
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 • Thu 2/6/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/7/20 - Sun 2/9/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Fri 2/7/20 - Sun 2/9/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 2/7/20 - Sun 2/9/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 2/7/20 - Sun 2/9/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/12/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 2/12/20 at 10am-6pm 

King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion by John Banovich

Painting
This exhibition features paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and George Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African lion. An internationally recognized artist who has studied lions for decades, Banovich has created a body of work that is also an homage to these animals. King of Beasts features more than thirty artworks that explore questions about humankind’s deep fear, love, and admiration for these creatures. The exhibition spans nearly twenty-five years of work and assembles his body of work focused on African lions for the very first time.
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 • Wed 2/12/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 2/12/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/13/20 at 10am-8pm 

King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion by John Banovich

Painting
This exhibition features paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and George Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African lion. An internationally recognized artist who has studied lions for decades, Banovich has created a body of work that is also an homage to these animals. King of Beasts features more than thirty artworks that explore questions about humankind’s deep fear, love, and admiration for these creatures. The exhibition spans nearly twenty-five years of work and assembles his body of work focused on African lions for the very first time.
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 • Thu 2/13/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 2/13/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 2/13/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Fri 2/14/20 - Sun 2/16/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 2/14/20 - Sun 2/16/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Fri 2/14/20 - Sun 2/16/20 at 10am-6pm 

King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion by John Banovich

Painting
This exhibition features paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and George Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African lion. An internationally recognized artist who has studied lions for decades, Banovich has created a body of work that is also an homage to these animals. King of Beasts features more than thirty artworks that explore questions about humankind’s deep fear, love, and admiration for these creatures. The exhibition spans nearly twenty-five years of work and assembles his body of work focused on African lions for the very first time.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Fri 2/14/20 - Sun 2/16/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Wed 2/19/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Wed 2/19/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Wed 2/19/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/20/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
Price: Included in admission
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 • Thu 2/20/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Thu 2/20/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/21/20 - Sun 2/23/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 2/21/20 - Sun 2/23/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

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Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 2/21/20 - Sun 2/23/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/26/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 2/26/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 2/26/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/27/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 2/27/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

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Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 2/27/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 2/28/20 - Sun 3/1/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 2/28/20 - Sun 3/1/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 2/28/20 - Sun 3/1/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 3/4/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 3/4/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 3/4/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 3/5/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 3/5/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 3/5/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 3/6/20 - Sun 3/8/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 3/6/20 - Sun 3/8/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 3/6/20 - Sun 3/8/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 3/11/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 3/11/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 3/11/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 3/12/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 3/12/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 3/12/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 3/13/20 - Sun 3/15/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 3/13/20 - Sun 3/15/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 3/13/20 - Sun 3/15/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 3/18/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 3/18/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 3/18/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 3/19/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 3/19/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 3/19/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 3/20/20 - Sun 3/22/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 3/20/20 - Sun 3/22/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 3/20/20 - Sun 3/22/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 3/25/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 3/25/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 3/25/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 3/26/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 3/26/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 3/26/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 3/27/20 - Sun 3/29/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 3/27/20 - Sun 3/29/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 3/27/20 - Sun 3/29/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 4/1/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 4/1/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 4/1/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 4/2/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 4/2/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 4/2/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 4/3/20 - Sun 4/5/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 4/3/20 - Sun 4/5/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 4/3/20 - Sun 4/5/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 4/8/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 4/8/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 4/8/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 4/9/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 4/9/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 4/9/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 4/10/20 - Sun 4/12/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 4/10/20 - Sun 4/12/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 4/10/20 - Sun 4/12/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 4/15/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Wed 4/15/20 at 10am-6pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Wed 4/15/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 4/16/20 at 10am-8pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Thu 4/16/20 at 10am-8pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Thu 4/16/20 at 10am-8pm 

America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections From the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Painting
The Nevada Museum of Art has been selected to participate in a five-year exhibition partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) made possible by Art Bridges and the Terra Foundation for American Art. The local kickoff to this multi-year, multi-institutional partnership started with “Vote Nevada Art,” a month-long community-wide campaign (July 11 – August 11, 2019) where the public voted to determine which artworks would hang on the walls of the Museum. The top three winners were Hassam’s The South Ledges, Appledore, 1913; Ryder’s House, 1933, by Hopper; and O’Keeffe’s Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939.
These three treasures from the nation’s preeminent collection of American Art are on view in America’s Art, Nevada’s Choice: Community Selections from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, which opened during First Thursday on November 7, 2019.
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 • Fri 4/17/20 - Sun 4/19/20 at 10am-6pm 

Work Ethic in American Art: The Legacy of E. L. Wiegand

Art Show
1The artworks that comprise the E. L. Wiegand Collection date from the early twentieth century to the present and represent various manifestations of the work ethic in American art. While many emphasize men or women undertaking the physical act of labor, others focus on different types of work environments ranging from domestic interiors and rural landscapes to urban cityscapes and industrial scenes. By expanding the definition of the term work ethic to encompass a broad range of activities undertaken by a diverse spectrum of people from various cultural and socioeconomic groups, the collection seeks to acknowledge all those who have devoted their lives to the tireless pursuit of work.
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 • Fri 4/17/20 - Sun 4/19/20 at 10am-6pm 

Reko Rennie: Always Was Always Will Be

Art Show
Reko Rennie (Gamilaroi/Gamilaraay people) was born in 1974 in Melbourne, Australia, where he lives today. Rennie explores his Aboriginal identity through a broad array of media, including spray paint, prints, sculpture, paste-ups, light projections and site-specific installations. Through his art he provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Largely autobiographical, his commanding works combine the iconography of his heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti.
Merging traditional diamond-shaped designs, hand-drawn symbols and repetitive patterning to subvert romantic notions of Aboriginal identity, Rennie often uses camouflage patterns to reference the ways in which Aboriginal people have had to hide, blend in, and conceal their identity.
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 • Fri 4/17/20 - Sun 4/19/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 4/22/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 4/23/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 4/24/20 - Sun 4/26/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 4/29/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 4/30/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 5/1/20 - Sun 5/3/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 5/6/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 5/7/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 5/8/20 - Sun 5/10/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 5/13/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 5/14/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 5/15/20 - Sun 5/17/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 5/20/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 5/21/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 5/22/20 - Sun 5/24/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 5/27/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 5/28/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 5/29/20 - Sun 5/31/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 6/3/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 6/4/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 6/5/20 - Sun 6/7/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 6/10/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 6/11/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 6/12/20 - Sun 6/14/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 6/17/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 6/18/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 6/19/20 - Sun 6/21/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 6/24/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 6/25/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 6/26/20 - Sun 6/28/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 7/1/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 7/2/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 7/3/20 - Sun 7/5/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 7/8/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 7/9/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 7/10/20 - Sun 7/12/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 7/15/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 7/16/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 7/17/20 - Sun 7/19/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 7/22/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 7/23/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 7/24/20 - Sun 7/26/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 7/29/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 7/30/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 7/31/20 - Sun 8/2/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 8/5/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 8/6/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 8/7/20 - Sun 8/9/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 8/12/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 8/13/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 8/14/20 - Sun 8/16/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 8/19/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 8/20/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 8/21/20 - Sun 8/23/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 8/26/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 8/27/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 8/28/20 - Sun 8/30/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 9/2/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 9/3/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 9/4/20 - Sun 9/6/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 9/9/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 9/10/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 9/11/20 - Sun 9/13/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 9/16/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 9/17/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 9/18/20 - Sun 9/20/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 9/23/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 9/24/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 9/25/20 - Sun 9/27/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 9/30/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 10/1/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 10/2/20 - Sun 10/4/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 10/7/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 10/8/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 10/9/20 - Sun 10/11/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 10/14/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 10/15/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 10/16/20 - Sun 10/18/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 10/21/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 10/22/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 10/23/20 - Sun 10/25/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 10/28/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 10/29/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 10/30/20 - Sun 11/1/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 11/4/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 11/5/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 11/6/20 - Sun 11/8/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 11/11/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 11/12/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 11/13/20 - Sun 11/15/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 11/18/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 11/19/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 11/20/20 - Sun 11/22/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 11/25/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Fri 11/27/20 - Sun 11/29/20 at 10am-6pm 

Decorative Arms: Treasures from the Robert M. Lee Collection

Sculpture, Art Show, History/Science, Antiques
This exhibit includes more than 100 objects dating from as early as the 1500s through the modern era that showcase the skills of some of the most renowned arms makers and engravers in the world. Featuring historical suits of armor, antique firearms, swords, and modern arms, the exhibition is drawn from the private collection of Mr. Robert M. Lee — known to an international community of enthusiasts as one of the finest arms collections in the United States.
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 • Wed 1/29/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 1/30/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 1/31/20 - Sun 2/2/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/5/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/6/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/7/20 - Sun 2/9/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/12/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/13/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/14/20 - Sun 2/16/20 at 10am-6pm 

Edi Rama: WORK

Drawings/Works on Paper, Sculpture
WORK is an exhibition by the artist and Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama. This is his first solo museum exhibition in the United States. The exhibition includes a series of new drawings made on documents and notes that Rama creates during meetings and phone calls, as well as ceramic sculptures and a floor-to-ceiling wallpaper that emulates the wallpaper in his office at the Ministry in Tirana.
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 • Wed 1/29/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 1/30/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 1/31/20 - Sun 2/2/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/5/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/6/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/7/20 - Sun 2/9/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/12/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/13/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/14/20 - Sun 2/16/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/19/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/20/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/21/20 - Sun 2/23/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 2/26/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 2/27/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 2/28/20 - Sun 3/1/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Wed 3/4/20 at 10am-6pm 
 • Thu 3/5/20 at 10am-8pm 
 • Fri 3/6/20 - Sun 3/8/20 at 10am-6pm 
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