Joey Gilbert
Reno, NV

Nevada Museum of Art  

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Nevada Museum of Art (NMA) is an art Museum in downtown Reno, Nevada. This is the only American Alliance of Museums accredited art museum in Nevada, and has collection of about 2000 pieces of 19th through 21st-century artwork. Nevada Museum of Art also known as 'the Museum' was Co-founded in 1931 by Dr. James Church, out of his love for art. The Museum was run by a group of outdoor landscape painters, a background that has helped the Museum to appreciate the importance of examining how man relates with their natural, built and virtual environs over the years. So, the museum has always put emphasis on human interaction and protecting nature.


How Big Is Nevada Museum of Art Reno?

In 2003, Nevada Museum of Art Reno moved to its current beautiful and artistic structure designed by Will Bruder. Nevada Museum of Art is 70,000 square-foot in size. The beautiful design by Bruder was inspired by geological formations in Black Rock Desert located in Northern Nevada. The Museum says that the design serves as a metaphor for its scholarly focus on art and the environment.

 Where Is Nevada Museum of Art Located?

Nevada Museum of Art is located in downtown Reno, Nevada. It is located on liberty street Reno, Nevada. Inside the Museum in Reno is The Center for Art + Environment, a famous and internationally recognized research center. The center has been supporting the practice, study, and awareness of creative interactions between human beings and their natural, built, and virtual environments. It houses a research library with artwork fromall over the world. Some of the most famous or high-profile artworks in the organization include:

·       Helenand Newton Harrison’s climate change project

·       An Adaptation (2011)

·       Ugo Rondinone’s Las Vegas public art installation

·       Seven Magic Mountains (2016)

·       Trevor Paglen’s non-functional satellite sculpture


Is Nevada Museum of Art Open?

The museum is open six days a week. The cost of visiting Nevada Museum of Art is $10 general admission for seniors, $8 for students, $1 for children ages 6-12 and free for children below age 5. The museum offers the Hands ON! second Saturday of every month. It is a free admission day for everyone. It gives families a perfect environment to connect through story-telling, tours, and presentations among others.


Heather Harmon Nevada Museum of Art

In January of 2019, Nevada Museum of Art (NMA) in Reno, NV appointed Heather Harmon as the institution’s deputy director. At the time of appointment, she was working in development at New York's Artist Space. One major reason for her appointment was to spearhead Nevada Museum of Art expansion into Las Vegas because she has a record of working with artists, galleries and museums on strategy, capital campaigns, long-term planning and problem solving.


Nevada Museum of Art Staff

Nevada Museum of Art works with the best in the Art industry. For over 80 years now, the Museum continues to provide substantial arts education programming for the public, school-aged youth, teachers, and artists in northern Nevada. This is all thanks to the highly qualified staff members and management. The museum is working on introducing preK -12 teachers to the Museum’s collection and exhibitions. It is a means to help teachers across Nevada to easily integrate the arts into their classrooms.

Nevada Museum of Art Membership

Nevada Museum of Art has a membership option that comes with a number of benefits. The membership can also be given as a gift tothe museum. The museum always encourages fans to become members in order to support its efforts to be the best in presenting ideas and as a repository for creative artifacts and learning. Nevada Museum of Art Membership benefits include:

·       Free admission to every exhibition

·       Free registration to Virtual Art Bites, Art Discussions, and online programming.

·       10% savings at the Shop

·       Special savings on E. L. Cord Museum School classes

·       Up to 20% savings on tickets and performances

·       Invitations and discounts to special Members-Only offers

·       Subscription to NOTE, the event calendar and exhibition guide

·       E-mail updates on events, programs and member opportunities


Reno Art Museum Shop Return Policy

The Return policy for Jewelry at Reno Art Museum accepts return of shop products for credit or exchange only, but it must be done within 30 days of purchase. The Jewelry must be in original condition, new and unused. Also, ensure to attach original invoice with the returned product.

The return policy for non-jewelry is same, must be done within 30 days and product must be in original condition. The original invoice must also be included with the return. To all interested, you should know that Reno Art Museum Nevada is a non-profit institution and does not charge sales tax.


Nevada Museum of Art Hours

Nevada Museum of Art museum is open six days a week, Tuesday to Sunday. Operation hours are 10 am – 6 pm. However, during special events, the museum can operate up to 8 pm. Visit the website for more information about upcoming events and tickets at the Nevada Museum of Art.


NV Museum of Art Reno official website

The official website for NV Museum of Art Reno is


The Nevada Museum of Art says that they strive to offer meaningful art and cultural experiences, and foster new knowledge in the visual arts, and that is exactly what they offer. The museum has a super selection of artwork. Visitors always praise the Museum saying that it has everything from exhibits, gift shop, café, and sculpture on their garden. The Nevada Museum of Art has always presented the people of Nevada and visitors from other parts of the country the best the art industry has to offer. This is all because it is their number one priority to support the practice, study, and awareness of creative interactions between human beings and their natural, built, and virtual environments. The Museum is Reno's pride and as a knowledge searcher, Joey Gilbert respects and appreciates the work being done by Nevada Museum of Art.


Joey Gilbert
For a period of 10 years (2000-2010) as a professional boxer, I dedicated my life to fighting for myself. Everything I did was focused on winning the boxing matches ahead. I fought and won. Since then, I have now dedicated my time and resources to fighting for the people of Nevada. Yes, I am fighting for you. It is my number one priority to respond to the community outcry at any time. I fight for you, regardless of sex, religion, race, and status.
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