Theatre + Art

Virtual Craft Happy Hour at the Ogden Museum

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Learn to make distinctive Japanese decorative papers to use in your books, seasonal cards and decorations, or as unique artworks in and of themselves. In this hands-on workshop, we will learn about sekkazome, a dying method to make bright,…

New THNOC Exhibition Explores the Decorative Arts of the Gulf South

  NEW ORLEANS (press release) – For 10 years, summer fellows of the Classical Institute of the South (CIS) have traveled across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama to examine, research and record decorative arts items held in private collections. To mark the first decade of this intrepid quest into everyday history, The Historic…

Play Date

  As more and more Louisianians are vaccinated, many businesses are opening, and festivals and events are starting to make their way to our fall 2021 calendars. Though the coronavirus pandemic is still very prevalent, it’s nice to think some…

Art Market Announced at 912 Broadway

  NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The Shop for Good Art Market, taking place Thursday, April 8, from 3:00 - 7:15 p.m. outside the Mintz Center (912 Broadway St.), empowers Tulane and local creative entrepreneurs while raising money and awareness…

NUNSENSE Musical Opening Soon

  NEW ORLEANS (press release) – "NUNSENSE" the musical is set to open soon at Rivertown Theaters, running from April 8 -18. "NUNSENSE" is the hilarious musical farce about a convent of Nuns staging a fundraiser to enable them to…

"A Comedy of Tenors" Opens Friday, April 9

METAIRIE, La (press release) – Jefferson Performing Arts Society will stage the New Orleans area debut of Ken Ludwig’s hit A Comedy of Tenors from April 9-18, 2021, at Jefferson Performing Arts Center in Metairie. A total of six performances will be…

Now Accepting Submissions: The Pizza Poetry Project

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – ​826 New Orleans is accepting poems from young people across the city to participate in Pizza Poetry. On April 30, hot pizza comes with a fresh poem by New Orleans youth ages 6-18 in celebration…

Ogden Museum Offering In-Person and Virtual Camps

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Ogden Museum is excited to offer virtual and in-person art camp opportunities this summer! Small and specialized in-person camps include Fine Arts FUNdamentals (grades 2-5) and Fashion Camp (grades 5-8). Virtual camps include Photography Camp…

International Virtual Residency Begins in Louisiana

RUSTON, La (press release) – The Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation (RLCF) and the North Central Louisiana Arts Council (NCLAC) have partnered again to organize the 2021 North Louisiana Virtual Residency. This year’s residency started on February 8th and lasts eight…