Nuwu Art

Cultural Arts + Activism Center

The Nuwu Art, Cultural Arts + Activism Center is a POC-owned space in Las Vegas, Nevada, that works to uplift all communities through strengthening cultural knowledge and identity through the arts, activism, and education. We advocate for the equity of our respective and collective communities through an ongoing process of decolonization and celebration of our rich cultural heritages.


Nuwu Art is seeking allies and friends who have their hands in Arts + Activism to come share with us and learn more about the spaces we are building. We are reserving several Cultural Arts + Activism studios for current applicants, but there are still a few rental spaces available.   (Application here)


Information about Nuwu Art:

The Nuwu Art team consists of artivist Fawn Douglas and educator Dr. A.B. Wilkinson. Fawn is an Indigenous artist + activist who is currently completing the MFA program at UNLV. Her practice includes the intersections of art, social justice, community, education, culture, identity, and place. A.B. is an associate professor of History at UNLV and is the author of Blurring the Lines of Race and Freedom: Mulattoes and Mixed Bloods in English Colonial America (UNC Press, 2020). He has research and teaching interests in African American history, Native American history, Ethnic Studies, and critical race theory in the U.S., North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean.


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