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New Orleans Music Community Protests Cultural Regulation with Second Line April 25

There is no doubt that awareness is spreading with lightning speed around the Crescent City about the current City administration’s methods of re-enforcing 30 – 50 year old entertainment venue […]

Thornton Dial’s Hard Truths at NOMA

The goat is probably the wrong place to start a discussion of Thornton Dial‘s art, but how often does a spray-painted silver goat show up on the walls of NOMA? […]

Prospect.2: Sophia is Here

One of the site-specific pieces in Prospect.2 didn’t make it in time for opening weekend. Francesco Vezzoli‘s statue “Portrait of Sophia Loren as the Muse of Antiquity (after Giorgio de […]

Prospect.2: Leveling Out

One of Prospect.2‘s signature installations is Pawel Wojtasik‘s “Below Sea Level.” Located in the art gallery on the third floor of Delgado’s main building, it’s a series of videos projected […]

The Mayor’s Sculpture Garden – Almost

The Roots of Music Cultural Sculpture Garden in Armstrong Park is open now, sort of. The project that Mayor C. Ray Nagin shepherded through channels despite some controversy over a […]

Blue is the Color of My True Love’s Dog

When I first saw George Rodrigue’s blue dog paintings, I thought they were brilliant pieces of pop art. He had turned a static, repeatable image into his signature, and the […]