Nevada Humanities.

Explore. Experience. Engage.

Nevada Humanities provides opportunities for Nevadans to explore, experience, engage, and understand the world around them. We create programs and support projects that define the Nevada experience, feature local culture and heritage, and facilitate the investigation of ideas that matter to Nevadans and their communities.

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Nevada Humanities Exhibit Gallery
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ZAP! 7 The Artists Who Took Over Maryland Parkway
August 6 -- September 24, 2015

Nevada Humanities presents ZAP! 7 The Artists Who Took Over Maryland Parkway, August 6 through September 24, at the Nevada Humanities Program Gallery, located at 1017 S. First Street, #190 in downtown Las Vegas. The exhibition features artwork by the artists that were commissioned by Clark County Parks and Recreation to create public art on utility boxes along Maryland Parkway, from Desert Inn Road to Russell Road. The exhibition reflects the style and direction each ZAP! 7 artist is pursuing in their own body of work, outside of the parkway project.

July Salon: Last Call at the Old Southwest
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Panelists: Jeff Auer, Christopher Daniels, Meredith Tanzer. Moderator: Joe Taglieber

The Nevada Humanities Salon will feature a conversation about the play Last Call at the Old Southwest, currently at Good Luck Macbeth, which follows the friendship of drag queen Mother Mary and recently out young gay teen Hunter Samuels. The Salon...

Online Nevada: 4th | Prater History
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[Photo by Patrick Cummings]

Explore the historic route of the Lincoln Highway and U.S. 40 in Reno and Sparks through stories, images, and voices. Hear and read firsthand stories about the corridor, its places, and people.

A partnership of Nevada Humanities and RTC of Washoe County.