As a VENUEHost your event…

Reno’s Most Unique Event Venue. Imagine your next event at the Nevada Museum of Art. The Museum offers a sophisticated setting with superb amenities and service for groups up to 1,000. Meeting rooms are suitable for: * corporate meetings * seminars * parties * weddings * receptions, or * any special occasion. Designed by award winning architect Will Bruder and inspired by the Black Rock Desert, the Museum’s meeting spaces ignite creative ideas while providing a pleasant social experience in a truly unique setting. Four distinctive rental spaces are offered:

  • Fred W. Smith Penthouse | Nightingale Sky Room | Stacie Mathewson Sky Plaza
    • Bird’s-eye view of the Western sky
    • State-of-the art banquet kitchen
    • Retractable floor-to-ceiling glass walls
    • 14×8 LED Media Wall Displaying a 16×9 Aspect Ratio at 1820×1080 Resolution
    • Indoor Space: 4,800 sq. ft. Nightingale Sky Room
    • Outdoor Space: 5,000 sq. ft. Stacie Mathewson Sky Plaza Up to 260 banquet seats |
    • Up to 397 theater seats Up to 700 guests, reception-style
  • Charles N. Mathewson IGT Founders’ Room
    • Executive private meeting space
    • Accommodates meetings, luncheons, dinners, and receptions
    • Audio Visual and Teleconferencing Capabilities
    • 1,300 sq. ft. space
    • Up to 60 banquet seats
    • Up to 100 guests, reception-style
  • Donald W. Reynolds Grand Hall
    • Accommodates meetings, wedding receptions elegant luncheons and dinners
    • Over 4,000 sq. ft.
    • Up to 200 banquet seats Up to 350 guests, reception-style
  • Wayne L. Prim Theater & Lobby
    • Theater: Intimate stage; 180 seats; Digital Dolby 5.1 audio and advanced video projection; Ideal for musicians, small theater troupes, films, business meetings and weddings.
    • Lobby: Up to 75 guests, reception-style; Perfect for socializing before or after programs hosted in the Wayne L. Prim Theater.

Support the Nevada Museum of Art …by simply booking your next special occasion here:


As a SHOPDiscover unique gifts…

Shop an expansive selection of design focused products and artisan pieces and find the perfect gift for yourself or someone you love. The Shop offers a selection of unique items and books related to the Museum’s feature exhibitions and collections as well as hand-made jewelry and unique children’s gifts from throughout the world. Merchandise is catalogued within these collections: * Jewelry * Fashion + Accessories * Hats * T-Shirts * #NevadaArt Brand * Stationery + Writing * Home + Décor * Museum Publications * Other Books * All Books * Games * Puzzles, and * Kids.

Support the Nevada Museum of Art …by simply purchasing your specialty merchandise here:


As an EATERYFood for thought…

Visit the Nevada Museum of Art Café. Cocktails, coffee, snacks and sandwiches – partake in a selection of new culinary offerings prepared by Chef Colin Smith of Roundabout.

Support the Nevada Museum of Art …by simply dining here:


Be a DONORShow that you care…


Join, renew, or upgrade today and support the Nevada Museum of Art’s efforts to be a presenter of beauty and ideas, a repository for creative artifacts and a place of learning. You may also give a membership as a gift! Memberships at specified levels are offered: * Free Educator Membership * Student * Senior (Age 60+) * Art for One Individual * Art for Us Family * Scholar * Collectors’ Circle * Sierra Circle * Sierra Circle Stakeholder, and * Director’s Circle.


An art museum is critical to its community as a presenter of beauty, a repository of creative artifacts, a place of learning, and a catalyst for new ideas. By supporting the Nevada Museum of Art, you are contributing to the world-class exhibitions and educational programs that will inspire the next generation of creative thinkers. We thank the many members and friends who support the Nevada Museum of Art throughout the year and invite you to join them by making a gift today.

  • Honorarium and Memorial Gifts: An honorarium or memorial gift is a meaningful way to recognize friends, family, business associates, and special occasions, while at the same time supporting the exhibitions, collections, and education programs of the Museum.
  • Corporate Support and Membership: In order to serve our community and region, the Nevada Museum of Art must rely on its vital partnership with the corporate community to provide a foundation of support. Corporate contributions enable the Museum to present a wide variety of exhibitions and programs to visitors annually. Corporate support also affords your company public relations opportunities that provide creative solutions to specific marketing objectives as you align your brand with the Nevada’s only accredited art museum. For those interested in Corporate Membership, the Museum offers a variety of options. Corporate members may receive significant benefits corresponding to their membership level for both executives and employees – from guest passes to opportunities for corporate entertaining in the Museum’s incomparable spaces.
  • Gifts of Art: Do you have an artwork in your collection that you think may be appropriate for the Museum’s collection? Are you an artist or gallery owner who would like to donate an artwork? If your artwork is not the right fit for the Museum’s collection, it is still possible to donate the artwork to the Museum as a “gift of property,” which may have other tax benefits.
  • Planned Gifts: Create your legacy. Secure our future. Like our founders, Dr. James E. Church and Charles F. Cutts, many donors to the Nevada Museum of Art choose to ensure the Museum’s future and enhance their community with estate planning and legacy gifts. There are a number of creative ways to support the Museum in which you and your loved ones benefit at the same time. Whether your intentions are to eliminate taxes, benefit from an increased income stream or make provisions for an organization that is meaningful to you in your estate plans, there is a gift to fit every objective.
  • In-Kind Gifts: The Nevada Museum of Art benefits enormously from in-kind gifts that provide non-cash support for a wide variety of needs. A member of the Advancement Team will be happy to assist you in coordinating your in-kind contribution.

Volunteer: When volunteering for the Nevada Museum of Art, you belong to a special group of dedicated individuals who donate their time and experience to helping sustain the many activities of the organization.

Docents: The Nevada Museum of Art actively recruits tour guides (called docents) to lead tours for all age groups. Docents are trained volunteers who host guided tours of the Museum’s exhibitions and/or facilitate hands-on art workshops. Docents have a true passion for learning and sharing their knowledge with others, and provide an invaluable service to our visitors through their volunteer efforts.

Support the Nevada Museum of Art …by simply joining, giving, and volunteering here:

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