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Week in review

Your week got the better of you and you missed a beat or two on NolaVie. You can catch up on local cultural arts news in NolaVie’s Week in Review, featuring a snapshot of the week’s features, published every Saturday.

 

MirrorFugue: A reflection of New Oreleans pianists

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New Orleans artist Xiao Xiao brings MirrorFugue, a technology-meets-art piano project, to the The Historic New Orleans Collection as a Prospect 3 Plus exhibition.

Viewpoint: Black male driving

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A response to the reactions following the recent turmoil and grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo

Local fashion house imports handcrafted textiles to empower Kenyan communities

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New NOLA fahsion house od AOMO supports Kenyan communities by producing unique apparel in small, handcrafted batches.

 

P.3+: Country brunch at Crevasse 22

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Art lovers and foodies can enjoy brunch at the site of Prospect 3 Plus exhibit Surge: Crevasse 22, an installation consisting of an outdoor sculpture exhibition staged at the sight of a devastating crevasse, or massive breach, in the Mississippi River levee that flooded much of St. Bernard Parish during the historic flood of 1927.

How's Bayou?: Breakin' up is hard to do

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Madewood Plantation proprietor Keith Marshall remembers art supply store Dixie Art in its former state.

 

AUDIO: 'Numb' podcast #5

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The fifth and final 'Numb' podcast, featuring an interview with Amina Massey, the coordinator of Community Based Participatory Research and Community Engagement at Xavier University of New Orleans, about her research working with women of color experiencing chronic pain and illness.