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NOMA at Night Feat. Alexey Marti and DJ Pescadilla
Fri, October 6th, 2023 at 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with NOMA at Night—an evening of Latinx and Hispanic music, art, and fun at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
On select Fridays throughout the year, we’re open late so that you can #ExploreNOMA after hours, enjoy special performances and pop-ups, and get creative.
Tickets to NOMA at Night include access to the special exhibition Fashioning America: Grit to Glamour.
$30 General Admission | $15 for Members
Please note that food and drinks are not included in the ticket price. They are available for purchase directly from our partner vendors.
See the Lineup Below
Live Music Performance by Alexey Marti
7:30 PM in NOMA’s Lapis Center for the Arts
DJ set by Pescadilla
6–7:30 PM & 9–9:45 PM in the Great Hall
Food Provided by La Cocinita
6–9 PM on Enrique Alférez Drive
Gallery Talk with Curator Brian Piper
6:30 PM & 9 PM in the second floor Templeman galleries
Art-Making Activity: Hojalatas
6– 9:30 PM on the first floor elevator lobby
Featured Exhibition | Fashioning America: Grit to Glamour
From cowboy boots and bathing suits to Hollywood gowns and streetwear, Fashioning America: Grit to Glamour presents American fashion as a powerful emblem of global visual culture. Highlighting historical garments, ready-to-wear classics, and iconic red carpet fashion moments, Fashioning America demonstrates the widespread impact of media and celebrity culture through fashion. This bilingual Spanish–English presentation includes more than 100 objects—from a rare 19th-century denim frock coat to a zero-waste wedding dress and Savage X Fenty lingerie—and amplifies the voices of Indigenous, Black, immigrant, and women designers who are often left out of dominant narratives of American fashion history.
Featured Exhibition | Debbie Fleming Caffery: In Light of Everything
Debbie Fleming Caffery has long been recognized as one of the foremost photographers from the American South, but with major bodies of work from Mexico, France, and across the United States, her career has long transcended its Southern roots. In each of the places where she has worked, Caffery has spent significant periods of time living and learning with the people she photographs. Caffery’s work emphasizes the deep emotional relationships between people and place, raises questions about social and economic structures, and explores a wide variety of human relationships and rituals.
NOMA is pleased to work with internationally renowned multi-instrumentalist and composer Mahmoud Chouki, who is organizing musical performances for each NOMA at Night program in collaboration with museum staff.
Thank You to Our Supporters
NOMA at Night is supported in part by grant funds from the Azby Fund; Ruby K. Worner Charitable Trust through the PNC Charitable Trusts Grant Review Committee; New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation; and the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.