Sierra Arts Gallery present: Touching the Third Rail The third annual partnership features teaching artists from Sierra Nevada College, Truckee Meadows Community College and the University of Nevada, Reno.

The third rail of a nation’s politics is a metaphor for any issue so controversial that it is “charged” and “untouchable” to the extent that any politician or public official who dares to broach the subject will invariably suffer politically.

Featuring: Tamara Scronce, Paul Baker Prindle, Tracy Fish, Eunkang Koh, Nicole Miller, Samantha Buchanan, Justin Manfredi, Michael Sarich, Erin ShearinPeter Whittenberger, Nick Bonaldi, Candace Garlock, Rick Parsons, Chris Lanier, Mary KennyRussell DudleySheri Leigh O’ConnorJulia Schwadron Marianelli.

Back to School 2018 Exhibition and Artist Reception

The 44th Annual Faculty Exhibition highlights the talents of the Truckee Meadows Community College faculty.

Holland Project presents: Meshes Video Night w/ Michelle Lassaline

MESHES Video Art Appreciation Club is a monthly meet-up celebrating contemporary emerging and established video artists. Featured artists select works of their own to screen alongside additional video material sourced from anywhere in the internet/film/tv universe.

Bad Apple Vintage presents: Hell Bent

Learn the dream altering properties of many different stones, crystals, herbs, and plants while you make your own dream pouch. All materials will be provided for you to keep and enjoy.

Explore the new Hellbent Zine Vol. 2.

Please RSVP your spot by e-mailing

Energetic Ukuleleist Dominic Piernanuzio

Cami Thompson Music presents: Reno Sings For The Arts

Jessica Ann Faber Foundation presents “Reno Sings for the Arts 2018: Bright Lights and Silver Screens” – a variety concert featuring music from movies and musicals performed by a cast of about 130 performers.

You’ll enjoy performances by professional guest artists Cami Thompson and The Cosmopolitans, Cindy Sabatini, Ian Sorenson, Brad Fitch, and Evan Gadda, the new 5-voice a cappella group Aspen, McQueen, Reed, and Damonte Ranch High School Choirs, plus choir directors Maribeth Burt and Malary Engstrom, the Reno Dance Company, and our current talented JAFF scholarship students Dani Jasper, Tyler Gordon and Aurora Peterson. The Cosmopolitans band backing up Cami and many of the performers is filled with a Who’s Who of great musicians: drummer Tony Savage, pianist Ron Savage, bassist Mac Esposito, guitarist Joey Berger, trumpeter Tony Cataldo, trombonist Phil Jerome, and saxman Doug Coomler.

All proceeds go to support the Jessica Ann Faber Foundation mission of providing arts education scholarships for local students

Sundance Books and Music present: Outlaw Kindred


Pignic presents: Bazooka Zac DJ Set