KNPB brings viewers the exciting stories of our region, its artists and the power of their work in the series ARTEFFECTS. Join our host Beth Macmillan from Reno’s Artown Festival each week for an episode that features KNPB produced segments along with additional segments submitted by partner stations nationwide in conjunction with the public television Major Market Group.

Upcoming Episodes:

  • Anatomy of An Exhibit | Airs September 23
    Explore the anatomy of an exhibit with this excerpt from The Work of Art: Nevada Museum of Art documentary. 
  • Connor Fogal | Airs September 30
    This inspirational story gives us an intimate glimpse into the life and art of Connor Fogal, a young artist who has found his own creative potential despite the challenges of living with cerebral palsy.
  • Jeff Ross | Airs October 3
    This excerpt from The Work of Art displays photographer Jeff Ross’ vision and technique as he captures a portrait of Willem Houwink, whose story inspired Ross when they first met.
  • Grant Kaye | Airs October 14
    See how a local photographer uses the region’s dark skies as his canvas to create wonderful landscape astrophotography.
  • Neon Collection | Airs October 21
    Meet Will Durham, a Reno native who hopes to one day bring his collection of more than 75 neon signs to a public venue and create a permanent home for Nevada’s electric history.
  • Meg Regelous | Airs October 28
    This artist profile gives us a multidisciplinary examination into the macabre artwork of emerging artist Meg Regelous and her haunted gallery exhibition at Sierra Arts Foundation.

Check back soon for the photo gallery from Episode 130: "Space Whale."

Airs Fridays at 8:30 pm and repeats Sundays at 6:30 pm.
Also streamed live at at the time of broadcast.

Funding for ARTEFFECTS is made possible by the Nell J. Redfield Foundation,
Carol Franc Buck and the annual contributions of KNPB members. 


Nell J Redfield FoundationCarol Franc Buck


With support from
Nevada Arts CouncilNational Endowment for the ArtsNevada HumanitiesNational Endowment for the Humanities
 and the Atlantis Casino Resort.