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Fawn Douglas

Fawn Douglas

Worked on Omega Mart & Convergence Station

Bio

Fawn Douglas is an Indigenous American Artivist and enrolled member of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe. She comes from a proud mixed heritage of Las Vegas Paiute, Moapa Paiute, Southern Cheyenne, Mvskogee Creek, Pawnee and Scottish. Fawn is the head matriarch of Nuwu Art + Activism Studios, located in the heart of the Historic Huntridge Neighborhood in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is dedicated to the intersections of art, activism, community, education, culture, identity, place, and sovereignty. Within her art-making, she tells stories in order to remember the past and to ensure the stories of Indigenous peoples are heard in the present. Her studio practice includes painting, weaving, sculpture, dance and other types of performance. Fawn currently does art and cultural consulting through Nuwu Art and organizes with the non-profit IndigenousAF. She earned her Master of Fine Arts at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). She currently serves on the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument Advisory Council, an honor delegated to her by the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, where she once served 3 terms as a Tribal Council Woman. Fawn also serves The City of Las Vegas as an Arts Commissioner for Ward 3. Fawn is the Cultural Engagement Specialist with Meow Wolf where she has bridges portals with communities to engage for social impact.

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Omega Mart

Cultural Engagement Specialist

- Seven Monolith Village, Narrative Development. - Omega Mart: Co-Directing the Opening Ceremony. - IDEA Team under Social Impact - Inc. Internships development team

Projects

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Convergence Station

Cultural Engagement Specialist

- Training Indigenous Community Liaison - Co-Directing the opening Ceremony for Convergence Station

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