July 17, 2019 6–7:30 p.m. 520 Royal Street Susan Larson hosts a monthly conversation with authors, artists, and audience members, in conjunction with Art of the City: Postmodern to Post-Katrina, presented by The Helis Foundation. This month’s event will feature Rebecca Snedeker’s Unfathomable City: A New Orleans Atlas and Guest Curator Jan Gilbert. Admission is free, and registration is required.
The HNOC presents a screening and subsequent discussion of The Baby Dolls: Preserving Culture in New Orleans at 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, at The Historic New Orleans Collection (533 Royal Street). Produced by Dr. Kim Vaz-Deville and Vashni Balleste and directed by Dr. Tia Smith, in collaboration with the Xavier University Department of Mass … The Baby Dolls: Preserving the Culture
The HNOC celebrates the release of Garden Legacy, which captures three centuries of garden design in New Orleans in one sumptuously produced work, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12, at The Historic New Orleans Collection (533 Royal Street). Authors Mary Louise Mossy Christovich and Roulhac Bunkley Toledano will be on hand to discuss the book … Garden Legacy Book Release Celebration
The Historic New Orleans Collection will feature a lecture by Janet Allured at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 11, at their French Quarter exhibition space (533 Royal Street). The HNOC’s Voices of Progress exhibit will be open prior to the lecture, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Allured is a professor of history and the director of the … Historic New Orleans Collection to feature Janet Allured on August 11
Irish-American architect and New Orleanian Henry Howard dramatically influenced trends in Louisiana architecture in the mid-1800s, though he is largely under-appreciated today. To emphasize Howard’s importance to the architectural history of New Orleans and Louisiana, The Historic New Orleans Collection will publish a new book, Henry Howard: Louisiana’s Architect by Robert S. Brantley. A reception to celebrate … The Historic New Orleans Collection presents a new book on Louisiana architect Henry Howard