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September Exhibits at Depot Gallery and Sparks Museum

The Depot Gallery

Janice Knight “The Elegance of Wilderness”
September 4 – 28, 2021
New hours! Now open Sunday. 

The Great Basin, which includes all of Nevada and parts of five other states, contains desert, forest and alpine environments. This massive watershed is home to a diverse habitat including the planet’s most ancient trees and dozens of mammal, bird, and reptile species. The impressive geology may go unappreciated by many, but color and form abound in the peaks and playas.

“The Elegance of Wilderness” was first presented during Artown 2016. It was a realization of decades of landscape and nature photography, and has since become a living, growing project that characterizes the dynamics of the Great Basin in its moods and seasons. Each year brings its own challenges, from drought to floods and devastating wildfires.

Pyramid Lake

The Depot Gallery is a collaboration with the City of Sparks and Sierra Arts Foundation and supported, in part, by the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the state of Nevada.

Sparks Heritage Museum

Community Center Gallery
Nevada Division of Forestry: Before, During, and After the Fire
September 21 – January 9, 2021

Established in 1957, the Nevada Division of Forestry has a mission to provide professional natural resource and wildland fire management services to Nevada citizens and visitors to enhance, conserve and protect forest, rangeland and watershed values, endangered plants and other native flora. This exhibit will feature a timeline of activities associated with fire preparedness, resources, plus restoration and rehabilitation associated with forest fires. Michelle Roberts, Land Stewardship Coordinator and Mike Vollmer Urban and Community Forester for the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources with the Nevada Division of Forestry are the Guest Curators of this exhibit.

Changing Gallery
Sparks Fire Department – A Light in This Community
September 21 – January 9, 2021

The Sparks Fire Department was established in 1904 and has protected and served the City of Sparks and surrounding communities for more than 116 years. This exhibit highlights the history of the Department through images and artifacts.

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Depot Gallery
831 Victorian Ave. | Victorian Square
Hours: 12  to 5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.
Viewing appointments are available at off times, please call 415-596-4987 to make an appointment. Closed on all major holidays.

Sparks Heritage Museum and Cultural Center
814 Victorian Ave. | Victorian Square
Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday