A selection of regular content from New Orleans artists, art writers, and art admirers, covering the local art scene in New Orleans neighborhoods, including the Marigny, the Bywater / St. Claude Arts District, and the French Quarter.
In the London/New Orleans icon exchange, six British landmarks will take up temporary residence at six local landmark locations to celebrate the new non-stop British Airways flight taking wing March 27 from the Big Easy to Big Ben’s home city. Renee Peck has the in-flight details. Read More »
Since 2011, Google Arts and Culture has been putting together a vast virtual museum using technology to take internet users into the collections of hundreds of institutions around the world. One of these Google partners is the New ... Read More »
Today we introduce a new column, "Artists in their own words," in which writer and perennial question-asker Kelley Crawford strikes up sometimes unlikely conversations with creative people. Today she talks to dancer and filmmaker Meryl Murman about the color red and a chance encounter with baboons. Read More »
As floodwaters once again uproot the lives and households of Louisiana residents, the windblown metal sculptures designed by New Orleans artist Sally Heller seem altogether relevant. Among 21 artists, Heller received a Joan Mitchell Foundation grant in 2008 ... Read More »