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Yes & No Theories: BFA New Work
Published on Fri, Nov 16, 2012 (2:12 p.m.)YES & NO THEORIES: BFA NEW WORK
Curated by UNLV Bachelors of Fine Arts candidates 2012-2013
UNLV Grant Hall Gallery
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89154
520 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Nov. 30 @ Grant Hall Gallery UNLV
Dec.14 @ Emergency Arts Downtown
UNLV Bachelors of Fine Arts candidates are proud to announce an exhibition of recent works of art,
YES & NO THEORIES: BFA NEW WORK at UNLV Grant Hall Gallery and inside Emergency Arts in
downtown Las Vegas.
Opening Receptions will be held: Grant Hall Gallery UNLV, Friday, November 30th from 6pm-9pm
and inside the common space gallery at Emergency Arts, Friday, December 14th from 6pm-9pm.
YES & NO THEORIES will be on display at UNLV Grant Hall Gallery from November 30th- December 10th,
located at 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. YES & NO THEORIES will be on display inside the common space
gallery at Emergency Arts from December 4th-December 29th, located at 520 Fremont Street in
downtown Las Vegas.
YES & NO THEORIES: BFA NEW WORK is an exhibition based
on the Fall 2012 work of current UNLV BFAs candidates.
YES & NO THEORIES will incorporate multiple concepts along with an array of mediums,
each BFAs work from their separate concentrations from photography, painting,
drawing, video, and graphic arts will encompass YES & NO THEORIES.
An Introduction to the current UNLV Bachelors of Fine Arts candidates; Chloe Green, Christina Brous,
Cory McMahon, Devin Duitsman, Juan Brucelas, Lauren Verardo, Lisa Cheung and Olivia Jane.
YES & NO THEORIES: BFA NEW WORK is at UNLV Grant Hall, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. and Emergency
Arts Commonspace, 520 Fremont Street.
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