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pre-Columbian America “pre-Columbian” refers to the many cultures that existed in the Americas from Mexico to Peru before the Spanish conquest in 1521. Highlighting the cultures of West Mexico, the Maya region, and Central America, the Museum’s collection introduces the… read more
By Carol Anne Blitzer | The New Orleans Advocate This article originally appeared here Time stopped in 1861 in the parlor of Butler Greenwood Plantation, just north of St. Francisville. Now all of the furnishings of that room, one of… read more
A PLANTATION'S PARLOR SITS WELL WITH A MUSEUM Antiques By Eve M. Kahn | The New York Times This article originally appeared here Rosewood parlor furniture that has scarcely been moved for more than 150 years is about to be… read more
By Doug MacCash You can read the full article online here Artist Rashaad Newsome's exhibit "King of Arms" brings bling to the New Orleans Museum of Arts' Great Hall this Friday (June 24). It's a colorful, upbeat, endlessly bejeweled interpretation… read more