The Nevada Humanities Program Gallery is home to the Nevada Humanities bi-monthly exhibition series, which showcases the work of Nevada artists, writers, photographers, and other creative thinkers who explore and articulate a sense of place in the Silver State. These exhibits are designed to engage viewers in a dialogue about aspects of the Nevada experience. On the first Friday of every month, the Gallery also holds special First Friday events such as Pop-up Poetry presentations with the Las Vegas Poets Organization.
Past and current exhibits include:
- Aug. 3 – Sept. 27: “Cartooning the Presidency: A Cartoon Retrospective” by editorial cartoonist Mike Smith
- “Viewpoints from Duckwater: A Collection of Contemporary Art by Native American Artist Jack Malotte at the Nevada Humanities Program Gallery”
- “’Thank You, Gracias, Have a Nice Day’ Installation Transforms the Nevada Humanities Program Gallery”
- “Our Invisible Neighbors”