Nevada Public Radio’s Artist-In-Residence for 2018 is Fawn Douglas. Fawn is a member of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, and has served as a tribal councilwoman. She also has roots in the Moapa Paiute, Cheyenne, Pawnee and Creek Nations. In 2012, Fawn earned her degree in Global Studies from the College of Southern Nevada. In 2015 she graduated from UNLV, obtaining a B.A. in Art, Painting and Drawing. During her time there, Fawn served as a member of the UNLV Native American Student Association. Fawn currently teaches Intro to American Indian-Indigenous Studies part time at UNLV, serves as co-advisor for the Native American Student Association and dedicates time to the UNLV American Indian Alliance.
Thank you gifts:
Fawn’s beautiful design is featured on Nevada Public Radio member thank you gifts throughout 2018: