May 3-13  |  Opening Reception Friday, May 6,  6-8PM

Parsing (Im)Possibilities features selected works by students currently completing coursework in the Digital Media area of emphasis within the Studio Art program at the University of Nevada, Reno. The exhibition includes works exploring experimental and critical approaches to digital media, including: computer game art, 3D scanning and printing, digital animation, augmented reality, interactive art and circuit bending for performance.

The Digital Media Studio, established in 1993, is the first experimental digital media arts program in the State of Nevada. The Digital Media Studio is an interdisciplinary facility for the education and research of emergent media technologies in the visual arts. The program emphasizes an experimental, collaborative and socially engaged approach to the creative uses of new technologies in the arts.

This exhibition has been co-curated by Joseph DeLappe, professor and director of the UNR Digital Media Studio and Jeffrey Ray, full-time Digital Media area tech staff.

Join us for the Opening Reception on Friday, May 6 from 6-8pm with a special live performance by artist, musician and UNR Digital Media student Nick Minor.



The Holland Project Gallery is one of the go-to art spaces in Reno to see young, contemporary artists and their influences both regionally and nationally. The main gallery space, located at 140 Vesta Street, features 1-3 exhibitions a month with gallery hours Tuesday-Friday 3-6PM, or by appointment.

To see what’s up next in the Holland Gallery, check out our UPCOMING EXHIBITS page.
Interested in what’s been here before? Look through PAST EXHIBIT PHOTOS here and GALLERY ARCHIVES here.