All posts by Delaney Uronen

Delaney Uronen is a Northern California-born writer and UNR graduate who now lives in Reno. Art, community, and landscapes keep her bouncing between both places.

Friday art news roundup

Sierra Arts plans a one-day bridge closure in October + Creative Capital's opportunities for artists

/ July 13, 2024

Modern honesty

Wrestling with Maynard Dixon’s selective vision of the 'Old West'

/ July 9, 2024

New to Nevada: Heather Nicole

The Floridian transplant and wildlife photographer uses today to remind us of the lack of tomorrow’s promise

/ April 18, 2024
A performance still from Adrian Stimson's "New Born Buffalo Boy"

THE COUNTER/SELF at the Lilley Museum disrupts colonial narratives with heart and humor

Las Vegas performance/multimedia artist Adriana Chavez is among those highlighted

/ April 1, 2024

Nowhere is hard to see

Nick Larsen excavates and obfuscates the Nevada desert to give form to its ghosts 

/ February 13, 2024

Discomfiting desert forms 

Elaine Parks on the Tuscaroran landscape, uncanny sculpture, and her new solo exhibition Fossils and Bones

/ November 22, 2023

Reading between rainbow lines

Noah Bristol questions our color systems through color’s absence 

/ November 4, 2023

Plastic world, acrylic antidote 

Joanna Drakos conjures relief from high desert heat out of the abstract

/ September 21, 2023

Sierra Arts Open Studios slated for Sept. 8-10

Meet 4 of this year's artists: Katie Packham, Tina Drakulich, Karen Vetter + Maria Partridge

/ August 23, 2023

‘All my creatures come out’

Eunkang Koh on turning prints into soft sculpture, the human-animal divide + how the pandemic changed her artistic practice

/ July 31, 2023