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Fall Exhibit - 2020

Art Exhibits on Display Oct. 26–Nov. 20, 2020

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) welcomes its Fall 200 exhibits. Starting Sept. 28 through Nov. 13 check out our Gallery Virtual Tour and Artists’ Video Interviews on our TMCC Galleries and Visual Arts Facebook page.

Note: Due to Covid 19 restrictions at this time, TMCC Galleries will only be open to students, faculty and staff already approved to be on campus.  Masks required at all TMCC locations and social distancing is required. Visit coronavirus.tmcc.edu for more information.

TMCC Main Art Gallery:  Annual TMCC Art Faculty Show

Artists include Mahedi Anjuman, Dean Burton, Candace Garlock, Brandon Lacow, Galina Milton, Dayan Paul, Sonny Rosenberg, Micaela Rubalcava, Erin Shearin, Rossitza Todorova.  Gallery Practice students will be publishing interviews with our faculty artists.  Please follow us on Facebook to see a video tour of the exhibition and interviews.  “These artists show common threads visually by creating a moment in time, an unemotional capture, and a snapshot of stillness.” - Vickie Collins Libby, TMCC Galleries Practice student.

Red Mountain Gallery: Waving in The Wind by David J. Drakulich Foundation

A community-based art installation that highlights the ability of visual art to serve as a catalyst for dialogue regarding military service, reintegration and the impact of war.

Engaging community members who have experienced war and military service with those who have not, sharing stories and dialogue, informing community members of personal outcomes though art results in greater understanding.  “Perhaps together, we can see elevate our perspective and find the big picture, clarifying and refining our citizenship.” – Tina Drakulich, Founding Member, David J. Drakulich Foundation For Freedom of Expression.  www.arthealswarwounds.com

Erik Lauritzen Gallery: Traveling Exhibition, Home Means Nevada

Themed around Nevada’s state song of the same title, Home Means Nevada is a photography exhibit that echoes famous photographs and artwork from the late 1800s and early 1900s that helped spur protections for places like Yellowstone, Yosemite and the Grand Canyon. Nevada is a place of inspiration for the photographers who find beauty in her rugged geology and starry skies. This show features 15 photographers and highlights some of the unique treasures found on federally managed lands across the state, from bighorns to Burning Man, to the ancient rock art and petroglyphs in the Gold Butte area. The exhibit artists include: Sam Davis, Cedar City UT; Olin Feuerbacher, Pahrump NV; Peter Goin, Reno NV; Kelly Carroll, Hagatna, GU; Mike Hill, Las Vegas NV; Julian Kilker, Las Vegas NV; Kurt Kuznicki, Reno NV; Bruce Loeffler, Las Vegas NV; Alan O’Neill, Henderson NV; Robert Park, Las Vegas NV; Will Roger Petersen, Gerlach NV; Kimberly Reinhart, Henderson NV; Deon Reynolds, Eureka NV; Sharon K. Schafer, Henderson NV; and Cristian Torres, Las Vegas NV. This exhibit is part of the Nevada Arts Council’s Nevada Touring Initiative-Traveling Exhibition Program, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the State of Nevada. The Nevada Arts Council is a division of the Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs.