Where Y’Art moves outside to the Sculpture Garden for Friday, March 9th!
Although the weather does seem questionable for Friday, March 9th, it seems that any rainfall will be in the afternoon which will allow NOMA to continue with Movies in the Garden. All guests who purchased tickets in advance through Eventbrite will receive an email on Friday updating the status of the event.
UPDATE 3/9/12, 1pm: NOMA will go on with our plans for the outdoor screening of A Streetcar Named Desire! We strongly recommend guests bring chairs instead of blankets.
If the weather does not cooperate, we will still show the film in NOMA’s Stern Auditorium (seating capacity: 200). We will also be organizing a rain date with the New Orleans Film Society. All tickets purchased for March 9th we be honored for that date.
Join the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, and the The New Orleans Film Society as we present music, art making, a tour, and an outdoor screening of the classic film A Streetcar Named Desire on Friday, March 9th in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA. See below for the night’s scheduled events.
Admission: $6 for adults : Children (17 & under), free : $3 for NOMA/NOFS/Friends of Tennessee Members
Online ticket sales cease at 3pm. Tickets can be purchased at the front gate of the Besthoff Sculpture Garden.
No outside food or beverages will be permitted.
Please bring a blanket (recommended) or folding chair for seating.
Schedule for the Night:
- 5pm to 8pm: Food by Crêpes à la Cart (additional purchase required)
- 5pm to 7pm: Music by The Ramblin’ Letters
- 5pm to 7pm: Art Making with the Preservation Resource Center : Explore the art in architecture with the PRC at this edition of NOMA's weekly Where Y'Art event with a shotgun house façade design activity.
- 6pm: Celebrate Women’s History Month with “Women Artists”, a tour by curator Miranda Lash
- 7pm: Film: A Streetcar Named Desire
About Crêpes à la Cart
Crepes a la Cart draws its inspiration from the artistry and decadence of a street-side Parisian crepe cart, where each crepe is a delicate and delectable work of art. In 2009 and 2010 Crepes a la Cart was name as one of Esquire Magazine’s Best Breakfasts in America. With over 50 varieties of breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert crepes to choose from at their Broadway Street location, they are thrilled to bring their made-to-order crepe creations to you!