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Sugar:: Amelia Broussard

Bye Mon Cher  I’ve witnessed Cajun culture and traditions in my family slowly fade away from generation to generation. When I was younger, I used to tiptoe into my grandparents’ kitchen and my granny would sneak me an extra cookie…

Sugar:: Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell

One of the first images on the Wikipedia entry for cornucopia is a propaganda poster promoting expansion of U.S. white settler colonialism in the western reaches of the continent. The poster reads “California, Cornucopia of the World. Room for millions…

Meet 2021 Louisiana Call Juror :: Jan Christian Bernabe

Every year, to provide the opportunity for Louisiana artists to have their work reviewed by curators from around the counrty, Antenna Gallery’s Louisiana call for exhibitions hosts a guest juror to choose the exhibition selection. This year, our juror is…

Cheryl Derricotte in Residence at Paper Machine

Cheryl Derricotte is a visual artist and her favorite mediums are glass and paper. Originally from Washington, DC, she lives and makes art in San Francisco, CA. Her art has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, The…

Antenna Open Call 2022

Antenna is excited to announce its annual open call for creator driven projects taking place in 2022. You can apply for the opportunity to exhibit at Antenna Gallery, have a book published by Antenna’s Paper Machine, or have a month…

Sugar

Nov. 6, 2021 – Feb 6, 2022 Receptions: Nov. 6, Nov. 13, Dec. 11, Jan 8: 6-10pm Yesterday, sugar’s cultivation as an anthropogenic crop spurred the production of plantation-based economies, eschewing pre-existing biodiversity, violently disregarding Indigenous sovereignty, and torturing the…

What’s Happening After Ida

We hope this message finds you well and safe.   Antenna would like to thank members of our community who have reached out and offered support as staff return to the city and our organization comes back online ready to activate…

Trenity Thomas :: What’s Wrong Cowboy?

What’s Wrong Cowboy is a solo exhibition of paintings by Trenity Thomas. “Painting red cowboy hats has become a signature of mine. Seeing a blackperson as a cowboy is powerful, especially in a red hat. Red seems to be astrong…

Maria Lux :: Point of No Return

On view:  Aug. 14th – Sep 5thOpening Reception:  Saturday, Aug. 14th 6-9PM – Masks required by all visitors. Building off the uncanny religious terminology used in de-extinction science or “resurrection biology”, and its futuristic technologies aimed at returning to the past, this…

Reflections on Water: Carrying the Memory

Reflections on Water: Carrying the Memory A Performance and A Call to Action with Singer and Artist Michaela Harrison Monday, July 12 10:30 am – 12 pm Crescent Park at the Riverfront, Elysian Fields entrance (approximately 2300 N. Peters St.)…

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