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Urban Mosaics: Kr3wcial and Charm Taylor Live at the Museum

Wed, March 6th at 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Creative Assembly Cohort artists Kr3wcial and Charm Taylor present “Urban Mosaics,” an unforgettable night of hip-hop at the museum that reflects the cultural vibrancy of New Orleans’s neighborhoods.

For this special performance in NOMA’s Lapis Center for the Arts, the two artists bring together musicians from across the city for a one-night-only presentation. 

Free with museum admission. Louisiana residents receive free admission on Wednesdays courtesy of The Helis Foundation.

Charm Taylor and the Light (Lauren Fuller, Wino Willy, Saint Amethyst)

From the artist: Charm Taylor is a multidisciplinary artist, curator, and change-maker. As an independent vocalist and songwriter, Taylor first gained recognition as the lead singer of the electric soul-rock band the Honorable South. She has collaborated with Galactic, Spirit McIntyre, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Mononeon, and more. Her music defies genres and her dynamic performances are infused with themes of ancestral memory, wellness, and deep feminine strength—also evident in her bold visual creations meditating on pathways to liberation. In 2015, she released a critically acclaimed first solo EP, The Road Within, followed by several albums with local indie imprint Sinking City Records, including her album She Is the Future, and her most recent collection Evolution. Taylor has served in the community as an activist and educator, and she is a graduate of Occidental College in Los Angeles.

Kr3wcial and More Love (TJ Nathan, Jemila Dunham, Yahel Yizracyah Yisrael)

From the artist: In the vibrant tapestry of New Orleans’ rich musical heritage, Kr3wcial emerges as a dynamic figure, transcending the boundaries of traditional hip-hop. Born and raised in the heart of the Crescent City, Kr3wcial’s music is a sonic journey through the soul of New Orleans itself. With lyrics that delve deep into the city’s intricate layers—from the gritty streets to the transcendent spirit of its people—he weaves a narrative that is both raw and poetic, reminiscent of the city’s jazz and blues roots. Kr3wcial’s tracks, often enlivened with the pulse of brass and the rhythm of New Orleans, serve as a compelling commentary on the city’s multifaceted nature. Through his verses, he explores themes of resilience, identity, and social consciousness. Beyond the studio, Kr3wcial is a community.


Wed, March 6th
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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