Monthly Archive : Exhibitions

Projected History: Monuments for all

Kelley Crawford talks with Bryan C. Lee Jr., one of the five core team members of "Projecting History," as well as one of the founders of "Paper Monuments" and founder of Colloquate Design, about city identity, design as protest, the removal of confederate statues, and where we can go from here.  Read More »

Storyville exhibit at H.N.O.C. commemorates passing of red light district

“It didn’t really stop prostitution of course, it just scattered it all over town,” she adds. “The situation reverted to what it had been before the Story ordinance had been enacted.” The story of Storyville is always an intriguing one, and Brian Friedman talks with Pamela Arceneaux, author of Guidebooks to Sin: The Blue Books of Storyville, New Orleans, to find out all the details. Read More »

Women in jazz spotlighted

Like many disciplines, women in jazz have been overlooked on many fronts. The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the U.S. Mint is doing something about that. They have a "Women of Note" exhibit that discusses and preserves the ladies who make this city sing. Read More »

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