Nevada Museum of Art is the only art museum in Nevada accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). A private, nonprofit organization founded in 1931, the statewide institution is supported by its membership as well as sponsorships, gifts and grants. Through its permanent collections, original exhibitions and programming, and E.L. Cord Museum School, the Nevada Museum of Art provides meaningful opportunities for people to engage with a range of art and education experiences. The Museum’s Center for Art + Environment is an internationally recognized research center that supports the practice, study, and awareness of creative interactions between people and their natural, built, and virtual environments. The Center is home to a focused research library with archive collections from more than 1,000 artists and organizations working on all seven continents. As part of the Center’s collections, the Judy Chicago: Dry Ice, Smoke, and Fireworks archive joins a constellation of major archives related to Land Art. These include project and organizational archives related to Lita Albuquerque, Burning Man, the Center for Land Use Interpretation, Walter De Maria, Gianfranco Gorgoni, Michael Heizer, Trevor Paglen, and Ugo Rondinone.