Dogfish Holiday Party and Reading

Dogfish Reading Series will host its annual holiday party and reading at 7 p.m on Thursday, December 14, at 2448 Villere Street. The reading will feature new work by Dogfish staff Jessica Kinnison, Cate Root, Taylor Murrow, and Alex Jennings.

The Metaphysical Hangover, or an Antidote: Looking back at the launch of Anne Gisleson’s THE FUTILITARIANS

As soon as I left the New Orleans launch party for Anne Gisleson’s The Futilitarians, I drank liquor with a dear friend of mine and we talked about things the way two longtime friends do when they’ve been drinking. We…

Bringing poetry down from a pedestal: an interview with Mark Yakich

At one point in Mark Yakich’s Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide, this instruction: “Work on one poem at a sitting. You most likely are distracted all day by all kinds of information…” …is followed directly by: “Work on multiple poems at…

UNO presents an evening with Jennifer S. Davis and Mark Yakich on March 3

The University of New Orleans Creative Writing Workshop will host a reading by Jennifer S. Davis & Mark Yakich at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, at the University of New Orleans Lakefront Campus, Liberal Arts Building, Room 140. The…

Remembering Chauncey: Post-Katrina through the lens of a goat

Editor’s note: The goats of Y’Herd Me, a goat-powered landscaping operation run by Morgana King, will be on hand for a winter solstice event, Christmas with the Goats, from 5 – 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 22, at Clouet Gardens…

A Soul Under Construction: A posthumous book release and remembrance of Kendall Daigle

A few weeks ago, I knew only the basics: a young woman died of a heroin overdose in March; she was only 19. She was a student of the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts and Loyola University who…

Every single adult literacy program in New Orleans has a wait list: One Book One New Orleans addresses a citywide desire to read

Megan Holt doubts many people are surprised to learn that New Orleans’ adult literacy rate is lower than the national average—the New Orleans Community Data Center estimates the city has a 26 percent low-literacy rate among 18- to 64-year olds,…

Richard Sexton’s Creole World

By Taylor Murrow In Creole World: Photographs of New Orleans and the Latin Caribbean Sphere, photographer Richard Sexton offers a visual essay of his travels in Haiti, Panama, Colombia, Cuba, and New Orleans, while essays penned by scholars Jay D.…

In broadcast begins responsibilities: The UNO/WWNO program Storyville needs to step it up

By Taylor Murrow Storyville, for those who don’t know, was a regulated vice district (brothels, gambling, booze—the whole shebang) at the edge of the French Quarter in the early 20th century. It was shut down in 1917, but was memorialized…

Their relationship was integral to their work: An interview with Veronica Kavass

Veronica Kavass will present her new book, Artists in Love: From Picasso & Gilot to Christo & Jeanne-Claude, A Century of Creative and Romantic Partnerships, at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, March 4, at the Garden District Book Shop (2727 Prytania St.)…

Contact Us







    Antenna (Press Street) is a Louisiana 501.c3 non-profit.

    ADDRESS & HOURS
    Antenna Gallery
    3718 St Claude Ave
    New Orleans, LA 70117

    By appointment only: Tue-Fri 12-5 Walk Ins: Sat-Sun 12-5

    CONTACT INFO
    Phone: 504.298.3161

    Email For General Inquiries: info@antenna.works
    ADDRESS & HOURS

    Paper Machine
    6330 St. Claude Ave
    New Orleans, LA 70117

    Tue-Fri 12-5
    Please contact for an appointment.

    CONTACT INFO

    Email: print@papermachine.works

    Phone: 504-298-6330

     

    Subscribe to our mailing list