Mojave: Transcendent Desert

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Curated by Montana Black for Nevada Humanities Exhibition Series

Artist Talk and Poetry Reading – Sunday, October 7, 2 p.m.

My Nevada Hands on Art and Poetry Project – Sunday, October 7, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. While supplies last


The desert landscape with its vast open space and seemingly endless sky has inspired deep mental, emotional, and spiritual journeys of reflection and revelation for many through the centuries. Artists and writers explore what this transcendent desert means to them through image and word.

The exhibition features a number of selected works in a variety of mediums and techniques including photography, drawing, stone lithography, painting, and poetry, from the following: Montana Black (artist), Angela Brommel (poet), Lisa Brown (poet), Daryl DePry (artist), Suzanne Hackett-Morgan (artist), Anne M. Hoff (artist), Bobbie Ann Howell (artist), Kathleen Nathan (artist), Joan Robinson (poet), and Jeanne Voltura (artist). These artists and writers explore what this transcendent desert means to them through images and words.

Mojave: A Transcendent Desert was part of Nevada Humanities Exhibition Series that showcases the work of Nevada artists, writers, photographers, and other creative thinkers and organizations that explore and articulate a sense of place in the Silver State. The series engages people in a dialog about the Nevada experience and most exhibitions take place at the Nevada Humanities Program Gallery, 1017 S. First Street, #190, Las Vegas, NV 89106

Nevada Humanities Contact: Bobbie Ann Howell,, 702-800-4670,

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Lost City Museum
721 S. Moapa Valley Blvd., , NV, NV  Phone: 702-397-2193
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