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100 Novels in Louisiana

Deep South Magazine This article originally appeared here Artist Tim Youd makes a stop in Louisiana on his literary pilgrimage to retype 100 works of literature.  William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury. Raymond Chandler’s Farewell My Lovely. Elmore Leonard’s Get Shorty. Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Since 2013, Los Angeles-based contemporary artist Tim… Read More

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NOMA showcases the works of Pierre Joseph Landry, one of Louisiana’s earliest self-taught artists

By Doug MacCash, | The Times-Picayune Read this article on The “Pierre Joseph Landry: Patriot, Planter, Sculptor” exhibit that opens at the New Orleans Museum of Art on Friday (Oct. 16) is the first solo show of one of Louisiana’s earliest self-taught artists, a transcendently talented whittler whose works reinterpreted French neoclassicism in New… Read More

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Remembering Katrina Through Art

Ten years ago this week New Orleans was under water. A decade later, people who survived the flood are still turning to art to make sense of Hurricane Katrina’s fury. Several of the city’s major museums have acknowledged the anniversary with new exhibits, including one at the New Orleans Museum of Art. As Here &… Read More


A Decade After Katrina: NOMA Looks At Memories, Loss And Change In ‘Ten Years Gone’

By John d’Addario | The New Orleans Advocate This review originally appeared here As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, expect to see media outlets and cultural institutions trotting out images of the 27storm and its aftermath that are likely all-too-indelibly seared on your memory already: houses, neighborhoods and lives destroyed by the floodwaters,… Read More


TEN YEARS GONE Brings Together Six Artists Whose Work Engages With The Broad Themes Of Time, Memory, Loss And Transformation

On view at from NOMA May 29, 2015 – September 7, 2015 New Orleans, LA- Ten Years Gone brings together six artists whose work engages with the broad themes of time, memory, loss and transformation. Timed to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the exhibition seeks to situate the significance of the past… Read More


Review: Robin Hood: Thief, Brigand

The NOLA Project’s latest theater in City Park is a fun family show By Tyler Gillespie | Gambit Weekly This review originally appeared here In the dark of night, a group of robbers dons woodland masks and acts like spirits to scare knights who transport a large chest. The altruistic thieves plan to give –… Read More

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