Public artist and environmental advocate Nancy Judd creates couture fashion sculptures made from trash. Nancy uses her elegant sculptures to stimulate conversation, action and education about sustainable living. She is internationally known for the following accomplishments:
- Included in the Smithsonian Museum’s permanent collection
- Featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal
- Commissions by Delta Air Lines, Toyota, Coca-Cola, Target and more
- Traveling exhibitions of her couture up-cycled fashion sculptures to museums around the US
- Speaker at two TEDx events
- Site-specific public art commissions
- Hands-on eco-events
- International media coverage
Ms. Judd can tailor an event to your needs– whether it’s an exhibit, a site-specific commission, a community-building workshop or an inspiring speech… she is sure to engage your “audience” and attract great media attention. Nancy has been featured in international press from the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and CNN to Agence France-Presse and the Kuwait Times.
Learn about the mission behind Ms. Judd’s work in her TEDx talks!
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