Amelia Broussard

Artist Talk and Crawfish Boil

Join us for an artist talk with Amelia Broussard facilitated by newest Antenna Team member, Jessica Johnson, to discuss Broussard’s first solo exhibition Pieces and Parts. The talk will start at noon with a crawfish boil immediately following. Open to the public – sliding scale donations encouraged for the crawfish boil, NOTAFLOF. The event will Artist Talk and Crawfish Boil

Screened In

Screened In celebrates the nostalgia of the porched childhood, it reconciles the sun and the mosquitoes of the homecoming, and remembers the matriarch of the porch with all of her complexities. Despite its rightful place as a true southern icon, the Southern front porch has found itself disappearing for years. The porch as a public Screened In

A Queer Park

A Queer Park is a an exploration into what it means to have queervisibility our city of New Orleans. After years of researching queermonuments and public spaces, I’ve come to an understanding ofhow queer sites of memory and representation is received by thepublic in western culture and why or when that reception is metwith violence A Queer Park

Pieces and Parts

“Pieces and Parts” is a solo exhibition from Amelia Broussard that delves into the challenges of preserving memories as they fade over time. Objects, particularly paper, act as anchors to the past. The mixed media collages hint at the anxiety of memory preservation and the complex process of merging personal and generational histories. The works Pieces and Parts

Solo Exhibition

Artist Statement Considering the world from macrocosm to microcosm, an awareness of time and interconnectedness arises. Finding the original paint color behind an old cabinet or peering into a dollhouse or diorama – these experiences connect us to layers of existence, placing us on the outside looking in, while also at the center.  My work Solo Exhibition

Kitsch N’ Synch

“For the last 17 years I have been painting people from photos from the 1890’s I found in someone’s trash. This occurrence is my origin story as it made me realize how finite my time on earth is and helped fuel what exactly I want to do with my life. It has always been my Kitsch N’ Synch

Antenna is hiring!

Visual Arts Programs Coordinator To apply use this Google form. Antenna is seeking a person with a creative practice and administrative skills, who is curious, organized, motivated, a creative problem solver, and has excellent communication skills for the job of Visual Arts Programs Coordinator.  Antenna is a 501(c)(3) non-profit multidisciplinary cultural institution presenting exhibitions, public Antenna is hiring!

Draw-A-Thon 2023 Recap!

Wow!! Draw-A-Thon 2023 was one for the books. Thank you to everyone who came out to doodle, play, explore, observe, and draw with us! We estimate that we had around 1,500 visitors throughout the 24 HRs. There were some amazing workshops – both spontaneous and planned, and lots of joy! We extend our heartfelt gratitude Draw-A-Thon 2023 Recap!

Curatorial Fellowship 2024

In 2024, we are launching a Curatorial Fellowship to engage with national curators to facilitate connecting Louisiana artists to national art networks. This is an invitational curatorial residency. Over the course of two years, the invited curator will generate a curatorial statement for their residency and use this statement to guide the curation of three Curatorial Fellowship 2024