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March Events at the Museum – Tiffany’s Guns and Glass



Celebrate Art of the Tiffany Era – Three unique exhibitions…
The Tiffany family design legacy is celebrated in this unique mix of exhibitions featuring Louis Comfort Tiffany’s stained glass
of the art nouveau era and a rare collection of Tiffany & Co.’s decorative firearms. Charles Lewis Tiffany established Tiffany &
Co. in 1837; his son Louis Comfort Tiffany later founded Tiffany Studios, renowned for exquisite decorative objects.

  • Out of the Forest: Art Nouveau Lamps includes twenty lamps by Tiffany Studios and other lamp manufacturers of the art nouveau era, all from the private collection of Byron Vreeland.
  • In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows debuts seven magnificent stained glass church windows by Tiffany Studios recently salvaged after years in storage.
  • Tiffany & Co. Arms from the collection of Robert M. Lee features the finest-known collection of privately owned arms—including fine guns and a presentation sword—rivaled only by those on view in the Robert M. Lee Gallery of

American Arms at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
ART BITE Meet the Artist: Corky Normart on Dalle de Verre Art Glass
Friday, March 2 / noon
Glass artist Corky Normart explains the Dalle de Verre method and process.
$10 / FREE for Museum members
ART BITE R.L. Wilson on the Arms of Tiffany & Co.
Friday, March 23 / noon
Curator, writer and consultant on the history, art and design of firearms, R.L. Wilson discusses Tiffany & Co. arms and a
fascinating introduction to the beautiful firearms on display.
$10 / FREE for Museum members

FILM My Fair Lady
Saturday, March 10 / 11 am & 2 pm
Enjoy the 1964 classic film, a landmark work of Art Nouveau-inspired production design.
Admission is FREE thanks to the Nightingale Family Foundation

FILM Dragonslayer, a Film by Tristan Patterson
Saturday, March 24 / 2 pm
Grand Jury Prize Winner for Best Documentary at SXSW 2011, Dragonslayer is an intimate portrait of the life and times of
Josh ―Skreech‖ Sandoval, a 23-year-old skate legend.
$10 / $8 Museum Members
Black Rock Design Institute Presents Mark Cavagnero | Mark Cavagnero Associates Architecture
Thursday, March 15 / 6 pm
Mark Cavagnero’s architecture – including current redesign of the Oakland Museum of California and the California Palace of
the Legion of Honor in San Francisco – has earned wide accolades. Learn about the firm’s wide range of projects. Networking
and beer at 5 pm. Talk at 6 pm.
$10 / $8 Museum Members
Museum events listing for MARCH 2012
pg. 2; Contact: Rachel Milon, Director of Communications and Marketing at 775-329-3333 ex. 228 or [email protected]

Teen Art Night
Friday, March 23 / 6:30 – 10 pm
The Museum in conjunction with the Holland Project present the fourth annual Teen Art Night, featuring live local bands and
DJs, DIY work stations, music sharing, and a screening of the west coast skate/punk documentary Dragonslayer.
All Tickets $5

March 10 / 10 am – 5 pm
Introduce your family and friends to the Museum for FREE! Admission to the Museum on Second Saturdays is FREE!
Second Saturdays is sponsored exclusively by the Nightingale Family Foundation.

****HANDS/ON! has moved to Second Saturdays!
March 10 / 10 am – 4 pm — Light & Color: Stained Glass Windows & Kaleidoscopes
Bring the family to explore the Museum for FREE! Join us for gallery activities, storytelling, cultural events, and open studio
hands-on art projects each month from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission to hands/ON! is FREE.
Sponsored by the Mathewson CLAT #4, Sato Foundation, City of Reno Arts and Culture Commission and Dermody Properties

First Thursday with Tim Snider and Sound Society
March 1 / 5 to 7 pm
Grab a beer, groove to the live music, and check out the galleries at First Thursday. First Thursday wine bar sponsored by
Whispering Vine Wine Company. Sponsored annually by The X 100.1 FM Radio and Great Basin Brewing Company. Bottled
water sponsored by Sam’s Club. Bring the kids for Kids Open Art Studio, available from 5 – 7 pm for $5 per child. First
Thursday is free for Museum members or non-members with paid regular admission. $10 / $8 Seniors and students/ Free
for Museum members.

Art Afternoon: Workshop & Social for Seniors
Friday, March 9 / 1 to 3 pm
Expand your interests with a docent-guided tour and studio art class. Light refreshments. No art background necessary. Cost
for two sessions: $12 / $10 Museum members. Sponsored in part by the Leonette Foundation.

KUNR Sunday Jazz Brunch with Niall McGuinness and the New World Jazz Project
March 18 / 11 am to 1 pm with
Catch a live jazz performance hosted by KUNR Radio and dine from the à la carte brunch menu from Café Musée. À la carte
menu items range from $5 to $15

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