The Water School at Cedar Spring
Date & Time
Thursday, October 28, 2021, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Rupert Steele Oscar Tuazon

Reimagining the future of shared water resources begins with understanding sustainable water management strategies rooted in Indigenous knowledge. Oscar Tuazon founded the Los Angeles Water School in 2018 as a functional public artwork and experimental school. Housed in a structure inspired by Steve and Holly Baer’s Zome House (1969-72), the Water School is a site for dialogue and engagement with complex water issues. Tuazon is now collaborating with Rupert Steele, Chairman of the Confederate Tribes of the Goshute Reservation, to establish a public Water School near Cedar Spring, Nevada. The underground springs are threatened by a proposed $15 billion pipeline to divert water to Las Vegas and beyond.

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