The nomadic werewolf museum

The Nomadic Werewolf Museum (NWM) is a non-collecting, nomadic museum founded on collaboration and play. NWM is dedicated to documenting and presenting werewolf history and culture. Openings take place during the full moon.

First iteration of NWM: FILM WOLF

First iteration of NWM: FILM WOLF

FILMWOLF

FILMWOLF featured cinematic lycanthropes in their foggy and moody environs; tracing the history of werewolves in monster films like The Wolf Man (1941) and American Werewolf in London (1981) to their pop culture zenith in Michael Jackson’s Thriller (1983). FILMWOLF opened in November 2015.

NWM presents WEREWOLF BARBIE with artist Paige Bridges

NWM presents WEREWOLF BARBIE with artist Paige Bridges

Werewolf barbie

Curated by artist Paige Bridges, WEREWOLF BARBIE reimagined “the girl who can do anything” as a werewolf. And a super stylish one, too. WEREWOLF BARBIE opened in March 2016.

Embroidered artworks made by WOLF IN STITCHES participants

Embroidered artworks made by WOLF IN STITCHES participants

WOLF IN STITCHES

Fiber artist Dawn Rogal facilitated a unique embroidery workshop in partnership with NWM inspired by our lycanthrope friends in April 2016.