Monthly Archives: November 2011

Three Shows this Week


Join us for our upcoming exhibitions in Tahoe and Reno this week
Tahoe Gallery at Sierra Nevada College

One week. Three shows.

It’s an exciting few days coming up. We continue our winter BFA show season this Thursday followed by a double-dose of community shows in Reno on Friday. Check below for the details.

parallel figures white flags
Lexy Eich, BFA Candidate

Thursday, December 1 @ 5pm (Facebook Event)

Tahoe Gallery at Sierra Nevada College

parallel figures white flags explores the repetition of moments and moments of surrender through poetry, mix-media installation and personal experience.

New

Can’t make the reception? You can still join the community during Lexy’s talk by tuning in on our new livestream page! Check the SNC/FA Facebook the night of the opening for details!

RE: of stuff – Mary Kenny

Friday, December 2, 5-7pm (Facebook Event)

McKinley Arts Center, Reno

Solo exhibition of new paintings by Mary Kenny, Sierra Nevada College Fine Arts Professor.

The Hobson Gallery Presents:
SNC Student, Alumni, and Faculty Show

Friday, December 2, 5-9pm (Facebook Event)

The Hobson Gallery, Reno

The Hobson Gallery has invited the works of Sierra Nevada College community members, including students, alumni, and faculty, into their space. Come look at the amazing work artists in your area are up to.
Copyright © 2011 Sierra Nevada College, All rights reserved.

Trashion Fall 2011

I’m a few weeks behind the times on this, but here are pics from the Trashion show this semester – a tradition instituted here by Kat Hutter, with Mary Kenny taking up the announcer’s baton this time out – a fashion show of recycled livery, catwalked out of the design class:

















Screening of Miss Representation at UNR

Via Joe DeLappe, here’s news of a free screening at UNR Wednesday night:

Miss Representation
Wednesday, November 16th, 5:30pm
Theater Joe Crowley Student Union
Followed by a panel discussion including:
Jen Hill, Director, Gender, Race & Identity Program and Chair of Women’s Studies
Ann Keniston, Accociate Professor, Department of English, GRI Faculty Associate
Mary Stewart, Professsor of Sociology and Women’s Studies