Nancy Judd has been exhibiting the Recycle Runway Collection in high traffic public locations around the United States for many years.
Starting in the summer of 2012 the Recycle Runway Collection will begin touring museums and art centers. Learn more about the traveling exhibition. Following is the exhibition schedule:
- New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico – Summer 2012
- Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts, Melbourne Florida – Winter 2013
- Bascom: Center for Visual Arts, Highlands, North Carolina – Spring 2013
- Reading Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania – Fall 2013
- The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin – Spring 2014
- Stamford Museum in Stamford, Connecticut – Spring 2015
- Artesia Historical Museum and Art Center in Artesia, New Mexico – Winter 2016
The Recycle Runway collection has appeared in four international airports reaching millions of international travelers with Nancy’s message of environmental conservation.
- 2nd Exhibition, Atlanta International Airport, 2017
- Atlanta International Airport, 2011-2012
- Phoenix International Airport, 2010
- Pittsburgh International Airport, 2008-2009
- Albuquerque International Airport, 2007-2008
Nancy has also created site-specific installations using trash. Consumption was funded by New Mexico Arts, explores many aspects of the concept of waste.
Praise for Nancy’s exhibitions:
“The exhibition was imaginative and fun! Beautifully designed and executed, Nancy Judd’s artwork delightfully engaged Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport‘s traveling public and employees. Her innovative exhibition creatively used the art of fashion to cleverly convey messages to promote sustainability and recycling. Highly popular, the exhibition generated wide media interest, both local and national, and will be remembered for years to come. “Art works” to make a difference, and Nancy’s certainly does!”
Phoenix Airport Museum
It’s fun to see such innovation – in artistic expression and message – amidst the trappings of State bureaucracy. Everyone who sees it is intrigued. The Jellyfish Dress also honors women in interesting ways, which pop out in a public art piece. I like the subversive ways it turns people on to creativity. Bravo!
New Mexico Arts