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Fawn Douglas: Art and Activism Amplified

Fawn Douglas: Art and Activism Amplified

Fawn Douglas is an Indigenous American artist and enrolled member of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe. Join her for a conversation about her work that gives voice to oral traditions and operates as a filter that keeps the integrity of sacred information, while allowing Nuwuvi culture to be shared with a broader audience. She’ll share her creative practice and the Nuwu Art, Cultural Arts + Activism Center, which she recently co-founded as a grassroots, community art center in Las Vegas. Douglas is currently enrolled in the MFA program at UNLV.

Fawn Douglas’s work is part of the Museum’s permanent collection and is on view in the exhibition In The Flow.

This program is hosted on Zoom. For registration support or questions, email christian.davies@nevadaart.org.

The Art Bite lecture series is supported by Nevada Humanities with additional sponsorship and free program registration for students supported by the Core Humanities Program at the University of Nevada, Reno.


Art Bite
February 12, 2021 12 – 1 pm
$10 General
FREE Members
FREE Student