WHAT DOES THE WATER TASTE LIKE?

On view: Nov 9 – Dec 8, 2019 Opening Reception: Nov 9, 6-10pm Daily hours: Tuesday through Sunday 12-5 About the show: Juliana Kasumu is Antenna’s 2019 Local Open Call Winner. Selected by juror Jackie Clay, curator and executive director…

Timothy Duffy – BLUE MUSE

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 – 6:00pm Octavia Books – 513 Octavia Street – New Orleans, LA 70115 Join us for an evening with photographer Timothy Duffywhen he presents BLUE MUSE: Timothy Duffy’s Southern Photographs, published by UNC Press in association with the…

An Evening with Photographer Timothy Duffy

Join us for an evening with photographer Timothy Duffy as he talks about his book, Blue Muse: Timothy Duffy’s Southern Photographs published by UNC Press in association with the New Orleans Museum of Art. Copies of the book will be…

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…

What’s your name? Where are you from? Who’s your family? (Annette, Le Vampire, 2018.)

My name is Annette Lapel. And I have enough time on my hands to take a stab at my autobiography—at least a first draft…     My mother was a seamstress who owned a dress shop on Decatur. My father…

Touching Pictures

Touching Pictures On view: Sept 8 – Oct 7, 2018 Second Saturday Reception: Sept 8, 6-10pm Daily hours: Tuesday through Sunday 12-5 The exhibition Touching Pictures features recent photo-based work by Kristine Thompson that examines how images of death, violence,…

Diane Fox: UnNatural History

For the past several years, Diane Fox has trained her eye on the taxidermied animal. This solo exhibit includes two directions the work has taken, UnNatural History and UnNatural History Portraits. UnNatural HIstory is a collection of photographs shot in…

The Historic New Orleans Collection presents a new book on Louisiana architect Henry Howard

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…

Multitalented poet and performer Mong-Lan to read at UNO Nov. 19

Poet, artist, singer, tango dancer, and general creative dynamo Mong-Lan will give a reading at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 19, in room 201 of the Liberal Arts Building on UNO’s Lakeside Campus (here’s a map). Mong-Lan is the author,…