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Insurgent Ecologies

Photo documentation by Jose Cotto. New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University and Antenna with collaborating partners launches Insurgent Ecologies, an exhibition project featuring artwork by forty-five artists, collaborative projects, and initiatives across the Mississippi watershed.   Insurgent Ecologies is curated by Imani Jacqueline Brown & Shana M. griffin and organized by Antenna Insurgent Ecologies

Announcing 2024 Open Call Winners!

Antenna is thrilled to announce our recipients for 2024 (2023) National and Louisiana Open Call for Exhibitions. A big thank you to all the applicants. The Antenna Collective and Jurors  were  impressed by the brilliant creativity, and ingenuity in the submissions.  National Open Call for Exhibitions 2024 Recipient: Jasmine Best  Jasmine Best is a true Announcing 2024 Open Call Winners!

Blood Jet Reading Series

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 – 7:30pm to 10:30pm Join us as we welcome visiting poets: Vanessa Couto Johnson and Colin Pope followed by the open mic by Donation BYOB Bios: Vanessa Couto Johnson is the author of pungent dins concentric, her first full-length book (Tolsun Books, 2018). “Try the yen relish,” a sixteen-page prose poem sequence, is in Blood Jet Reading Series

Spirit Desire: Resistance, Imagination and Sacred Memories in Haitian Vodoun ( Sokari Ekine, 2018)

Sokari Ekine’s Spirit Desire, Resistance, Imagination and Sacred Memories in Haitian Voudoun is not meant to be just another coffee table specimen. The series of photographs “made”  beginning in 2013, in Haiti, by the Nigerian British, self-described black queer feminist photographer, Sokari Ekine usher in the photographer’s recently published book. As codified by Ekine, the sixty-six photographs Spirit Desire: Resistance, Imagination and Sacred Memories in Haitian Vodoun ( Sokari Ekine, 2018)