Category for Visual Arts

Port of New Orleans Exhibits Student Work

The Mississippi River is celebrated in an exhibit on display at the Port of New Orleans. Work comes from a digital art class when students took a field trip on the Mississippi River. The photographs were brought into Photoshop, then, the student chose one to …

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Integrated Sciences Student Wins Statewide Poetry Contest

The winners of the first Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority and 4-H Youth Wetlands Program poetry contest were recently announced. Students wrote and entered more than 400 poems focusing on the theme “Louisiana’s Coast: What Does It Mean to You?”
The contest was divided into three …

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Photo of the Day: Visual Arts

 
 

Art in Bloom NOCCA student work at NOMA

 

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NOCCA Kirschman Gallery Exhibition: fieldnotes

 
 
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March 11-April 25
Opening Reception: Tuesday March 11th 6-8pm

 
Model Violette Flint wearing one of India’s works. Photo India Flint.
 
India Flint uses ecologically sustainable contact printing methods to color paper, bone, stone and cloth – working with leaves, flowers, bark, water, minerals, the discarded artefacts and hard detritus …

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Visual Arts Alum Creates Official Jazz Fest Poster

The 2014 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival poster has been unveiled. And it’s a great one. This year’s subject is The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, which, in my humble opinion, is one of the most happening 21st Century Crescent City groups. The artist isTerrance Osborne, one …

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The Sugar Mill Sessions in Kirschman Artspace

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Work By David Armentor On Exhibit In NOCCA Kirschman ArtSpace
November 21-December 20 * Gallery Reception: December 11, 6pm – 8pm
 
The Ken Kirschman Artspace and the NOCCA Institute are proud to announce the upcoming exhibit of local photographer and …

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Visual Arts Alum Receives Biennial Honor

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis—along with the Gateway Foundation—has announced the three artists selected for the Great Rivers Biennial 2014. Brandon Anschultz, Carlie Trosclair and Cayce Zavaglia will each receive $20,000 and a major exhibition in CAM’s Main Galleries. The Biennial is a unique …

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NOCCA Visual Arts Alum Featured on Myneworleans.com

Strictly speaking, most of the work in Hannah Chalew’s latest work, “Nature of the City,” holds still. It just doesn’t seem to.
Drawings of a sagging shotgun house or a single roof line might start off conventionally enough, but then these man-made subjects become the framework, …

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NOCCA Visual Arts Alum featured in The Advocate

Sam Crosby is a New Orleans-born artist and graduate of Isidore Newman School and the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts.  This past May he graduated from Tulane University where a BFA in Art History and Art Studio with a concentration in Painting/Printmaking.  Upon …

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NOCCA Alumni Exhibition

Opening September 12: NOCCA Alumni Exhibition, Featuring Sam Crosby, Logan Dixon, And Ashley Teamer
The NOCCA Institute and NOCCA’s Visual Arts department  announce the opening of the2013 Alumni Exhibition, featuring work by Sam Crosby, Logan Dixon, and Ashley Teamer. Join us for a reception on Thursday, September 12, from 6pm – …

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