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A | W | E Grant Program

This one-year pilot program developed by The Center for Art + Environment at Nevada Museum of Art, was meant to encourage artists and writers to work as teams on art + environment projects. Materials include applications, correspondence, images, and in-depth applications from the five finalists.

Arnhembrand: Living on Healthy Country

Arnhembrand was a multi-disciplinary and participatory Australian Aboriginal art project created by artist Mandy Martin and conservationist Guy Fitzhardinge designed to take the contemporary stories from two remote communities of Australia’s Northern Territory to the world.

Ars contemporaneus alpinus

Ars contemporaneus alpinus (ACA) was a theoretical and applied research project based in the canton of Valais, Switzerland, about the issue of site-specific practices taking the natural environment as a context. Materials include video, photographs, essays, maps, posters, other printed ephemera.

David Arnold: Antarctic Re-Explorations

Employing both digital and analog cameras during a cruise to the Antarctic Peninsula in 2018, artist David Arnold created five photographic projects in which he made both original images and re-photographs at the approximate locations of historical images.

David Arnold: Visual Language

Beginning in the mid-1970s, artist David Arnold began creating visual poems using press-type letterforms and collage. He soon thereafter began documenting graffiti in abandoned structures, then applying his own language and visual elements to the structures, as well as designing visual poetry for billboards.

Jane Ingram Allen: ChengLong Wetlands International Environmental Art Project

This collection consists of announcements and ephemera from the ChengLong Wetlands Environmental Art Project Festival from 2010 – 2014.  Materials include exhibition catalogs, exhibition brochures, posters, proposal materials, and digital images.

Jane Ingram Allen: Guandu International Outdoor Sculpture Festival

This collection consists of announcements and ephemera from the Guandu International Outdoor Sculpture Festival from 2006 – 2009.  Materials include exhibition catalogs, exhibition brochures, festival posters, and e-mail correspondence between Jane Ingram Allen and Bill Fox.

Jane Ingram Allen: Living Quilts

For Jane Ingram Allen’s Living Quilts, the artist uses wildflower-seeded handmade paper created with and installed by the community. Focused on environmental issues, the works change over time into a wildflower garden.

Julie Anand and Damon Sauer: Ground Truth: Corona Landmarks

Artists Julie Anand and Damon Sauer photographed cold war era calibration targets, overlaying the images of the sky with the paths of orbiting satellites that were present when the photograph was taken, thus exploring vast networks of information. Materials include artist information and correspondence, exhibition and work prints, exhibition ephemera, and press materials.

Kim Abeles

Abeles is a community-based feminist artist who seeks to make local environmental issues visible. The archive contains materials related to her lifelong process; book dummies, exhibition ephemera, objects, journals, sketches, manuscripts, catalogs, correspondence, videos, and press.