Antenna is a 501(c)(3) non-profit multidisciplinary cultural institution presenting exhibitions, public programs, publishing, and regranting located in New Orleans. We provide financial, curatorial, professional, residential support for BIPOC, LGBTQ-GNC+, women, immigrant, and other abled cultural contributors and cultural bearers who produce visual and performance art; digitally printed book arts; participatory and socially engaged projects in public space at the intersection of Gender and Identity, the Environment, Equity, Renewable Resources, Abolition, Restorative Justice, and the histories of the Gulf South.
3718 St. Claude
WED – SUN 12 – 5
504 – 298 – 3161
6330 St. Claude
MON – FRI 10 – 4
504 – 298 – 6330
Antenna’s small run book print production facility Paper Machine houses The Artist Book Collection, exhibitions, rental studios and a residency space.
Antenna produces contemporary programs supporting emerging creative individuals, collectives and collaborations through: Art Exhibitions; Publications and Digital Print Production; Public Programs including New Orleans 24HR Draw-A-Thon; Fiscal Sponsorships; Platforms Regranting, and Residencies.
Antenna’s programs are supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, Lambent Foundation, The Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, The Ford Foundation, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, The Greater New Orleans Foundation IMPACT grant award, the RosaMary Foundation, the Ella West Freeman Foundation, The City of New Orleans and Arts New Orleans, Louisiana Division of the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, and most importantly by individuals like you!