In 2013, artist and educator Carrie Boucher transformed a retired bus into a mobile studio to bring hands-on creative exploration to the world, and NOMADstudio (Neighborhood Oriented Mobile Art + Design) was born.
Today, with help from an ever-growing team, NOMAD is in the community every week building connections through creativity. As of [DATE], we have facilitated 35,000+ interactions in public and private spaces since launching.
The 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states, “Everyone has the right to freely participate in the cultural life of the community.”
At NOMADstudio, it is our duty to remove barriers and ensure that the means to exercise this right are available to all. We are artists, educators and advocates whose work is rooted in the belief that creative expression is for ALL people, and that all have the right to freely contribute to the cultural fabric of the community.
It is our mission to provide access to the means of creative production, especially in places where gaps exist. We do this by taking to the streets, tools and supplies in hand, in order to bring art-making to all people.
WHO WE ARE