RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- The Nevada Museum of Art is currently displaying their largest exhibition of 2013 featuring architecture, which was originated by University of Nevada, Reno alumnus Colin Robertson.
Robertson received his master’s degree in literature and environment from the English department at the University in 2002. After graduating, he worked as a lecturer in the English department before joining the Museum in 2005. He is currently the Charles N. Mathewson Curator of Education at the Nevada Museum of Art.
In the last three years, Robertson has worked to create the current exhibition, which is called Modernist Maverick: The Architecture of William L. Pereira, which displays images and models of the work by the accomplished American architect.
In addition to the exhibit, Robertson edited the exhibition catalogue and wrote and produced a documentary about Pereira which has been airing in Nevada on KNPB since early August and will soon air on PBS in the Los Angeles and Orange County, Calif. areas.
The exhibit is on display until Sunday, Oct. 13. More information about the exhibit can be found at nevadaart.org