5-9 p.m. December 27, 2013


Tonight at NOMA: Music by Andrew Duhon, who has a Grammy Award-nominated album, plus a film on American surrealist Man Ray. Spend your Friday night with us!

  • 5-8 p.m.: Art on the Spot
  • 5:30 p.m.: Music by Andrew Duhon
  • 7 p.m.: Film: Man Ray

About Andrew Duhon

Andrew Duhon began writing in high school spurred on by a fascination with the literary works of Emerson and Thoreau as well as poets Walt Whitman and Robert Frost. During the summer of ’04 Andrew worked and lived at an old retreat house on the outskirts of the French Quarter. It was then that he fell in love with the character of New Orleans. A year later hurricane Katrina left the city and his former French Quarter home crippled. The blues that he had found in the French Quarter rang true as he continued to write.

The honesty in Andrew Duhon’s songwriting is a result of the self-realization that he has found through his writing. His music and performances reflect his personal perspective in a very real way, and his voice leaves no gaps in the experience as he sings with a conviction all too befitting of his raw, personal writings. Duhon was nominated for a 2013 Grammy award.

About Man Ray (50 mins)

Born in Philadelphia in 1890, and raised in Brooklyn, Emmanuel Radnitsky, later known as Man Ray, was always determined to become an artist. He came into his own in the 1920s when he joined his good friend, and fellow Dadaist, Marcel Duchamp in Paris. To earn a living while pursuing the more iconoclastic work that he loved, he took portrait and fashion photographs, eventually becoming the celebrated commercial photographer in Paris.