Mixed-media artist Rose B. Simpson presents a “Transformance”– a new work presented as part of the 2021 Art + Environment Season. Simpson’s work engages ceramic sculpture, metals, fashion, performance, music, installation, writing, and custom cars. The Nevada Museum of Art has invited Simpson to be in residency at Nuwu Art + Activism Studios in Las Vegas, NV with support from artist Fawn Douglas. Simpson will collaborate with members of the local Indigenous community to co-create an experience informed by their collective lifetimes of a post-apocalyptic reality.
IN-PERSON: The “Transformance” takes place at the Nuwu Art + Activism Studios located at 1335 S. Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas, NV. Parking is available behind the orange building at 1325 S. Maryland Parkway. To assure safe and healthy spaces for the community, all adults must be vaccinated against COVID when gathering at the Nuwu Art facilities. Public restrooms available. No additional services provided. The event is free and open to the public.
VIRTUAL: View the live broadcast scheduled for Saturday, November 13 at 2 pm on Instagram: @nevadaart
The Transformance is realized with generous support from VIA Art Fund.