5 to 9 p.m. June 28, 2013


It’s 80s night at NOMA! Listen to 80s tunes spun by DJ Bunny and DJ Lingerie or participate in The New Movement’s 80s-themed comedy tour as we continue to celebrate “Inventing the Modern World“ and the 1984 World’s Fair.

You can also pop in Café NOMA for “Art You Can Eat,” where Chef Chris Montero and Poppy Tooker, host of WWNO 89.9-FM’s Louisiana Eats will lead a demonstration on culinary arts from Spain. (This event is included with museum admission.) In honor of Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts from the World’s Fairs, 1851-1939, all “Art You Can Eat” demonstrations in June will focus on cuisine from a different area of the globe.

  • 5-8 p.m.: Art Activity with YAYA
  • 5:30-8:30 p.m.: DJ Lingerie
  • 6 p.m.: “Art You Can Eat” with Chef Chris Montero of Cafe NOMA and cafe b, joined by Poppy Tooker of WWNO 89.9-FM Louisiana Eats: “Evolution of Jambalaya, Spanish Paella’s Direct Descendant” – In tribute to the 1888 world’s fair in Barcelona, Spain, which unveiled the Columbus Monument
  • 6:30 p.m.: The New Movement will be giving 80’s themed comedy tours
  • 8:00 p.m.: The New Movement will be giving 80’s themed comedy tours

About DJ Bunny and DJ Lingerie
DJs Lingerie & Bunny (aka “Fur & Lace”) have been spinning vinyls in New Orleans at some of the most happening events and clubs for years now. For their second trip together at NOMA, they will bringing the 80s back, so get those 80s fashions out of the closet and dance to new wave classics in NOMA’s Great Hall!

About Art You Can Eat
“Art You Can Eat” is a nine-week summer cooking series featuring the artful culinary creations of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group chefs and special guests. Fridays from June 7 to August 2, 2013, at 6 p.m., chefs from Cafe NOMA, Ralph’s on the Park, Red Fish Grill, cafe b, and Heritage Grill will lead complimentary, educational, and delicious cooking events celebrating NOMA exhibitions and culinary arts from the around the world. “Art You Can Eat” focuses on the tips and tricks behind classic and contemporary cooking, mixology and presentation, with special emphasis on professional techniques made easy. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis.

About The New Movement
The New Movement opened in Austin, TX in February 2009 as a full time comedy conservatory. Founders Chris Trew and Tami Nelson met in 2004 while taking improv classes in New Orleans and had long dreamed of running their own theater and conservatory. They later partnered with local improvisation powerhouse Stupid Time Machine to bring TNM back home. The New Movement has brought something new to the Austin and New Orleans Improv scene: a specific approach to the craft that couldn’t be found in a book or anywhere else in the country. The difference paid off as TNM attracted both eager rookies and veteran performers. The recent four-day Hell Yes Fest Comedy Festival, the largest in New Orleans history, is a perfect example of their blend of creating local talent and courting national performers. With shows and classes running in Austin, Houston and New Orleans while maintaining a national presence with online material, frequent tours and festival appearances, The New Movement has joined an elite group of comedy collectives who maintain a strong presence in multiple cities and online.