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President Honors 2014 Video

Each year, student-artists from each discipline are nominated by faculty and selected by our President/CEO Kyle Wedberg in recognition of their exceptional effort and achievement. Watch the full video

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Media Arts Alum Part of Showtime Documentary Series

Alum Rachel Guest shares: “the series tackles a multitude of geopolitical and ecological consequences to our ever-growing-rate of greenhouse gas emissions and sensitively explores various motivations for apprehension/hesitation to address this urgent predicament. I

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Sarah Vowell Riffs On Satchmo, ‘The Incredibles’ And Andrew Jackson

Noted writer, historian and former This American Life contributor Sarah Vowell will be in town to speak at Tulane’s Freeman Auditorium on Wednesday, April 16. And while she’s in town, the author of books like The Wordy

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Photo of the Day

Vocal Music Student performing during DIDO AND

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Help Us Celebrate NOCCA’s 40th Birthday!

SAVE THE DATE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 NOCCA’S PRE-40TH BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR CURRENT AND PAST FACULTY, STAFF, AND ALUMNI CLICK HERE TO RSVP The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts is turning the big 4-0, and WE NEED YOU to

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2014 Satellite Center Video & Animation Festival

2014 Satellite Center Video & Animation Festival in St. Charles Parish NOCCA winners: Best Short Film : Conscription by Nick Ramey Short Film Finalists : Deborah Amann, Richard White, Hannah Simmons Animated Short Film Finalist : Casey Johnson

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NOCCA Student Cellist Receives National Award

Listen For New Orleans Classical Instrumental Student Georgia Bourderionnet on NPR’s From the Top Live As Recipient Of The Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts is proud to announce that

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New Press Street Garden to break ground soon

Shovels should go into the ground within the next couple of weeks for the new half-acre garden on Press Street beside the railroad tracks and near the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts,

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