Support Nevada's iconic sculpture park and first artist residency!
Goldwell Open Air Museum has been operating as a FREE desert art environment since 1984 and has operated a supported artist's residency since 2007. We are lergely supported with grants from the Nevada Arts Council and contibutions and sales from our 200,000 annual visitors in our gift shop.
However, due to the COVID-19 virus, our visitor center and gift shop have been closed since mid- March 2020. We are an all- volunteer staff and board and facing uncertain times going forward without our earned income. Take a look at our recently released documentary "Shiny Things: Goldwell After Albert Szukalski" which shows what a special environment Goldwell is for artists and visitors as well:
Anything helps, our annual budget is a modest $50,000. Help from GoFundMe could help us make a hire in our rural area to help the local community further embrace the sculpture park as one of their greatest assets and restore our artist residency program to full functioning.
Visit http://goldwellmuseum.org/store to purchase the Museum's ultra-cool t-shirt and pins, or our first documentary "Death Valley Project: The Making of the Last Supper Sculpture."