Alumni, Theatre Design »

Production Company Success: Gary Solomon Theatre Design Alum

When Gary Solomon Jr. moved back to his native New Orleans in 2008, the NYU grad wasn’t at all sure there was a career path for him in his hometown. Fast forward four years

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Classical Instrumental, Faculty, Featured »

November 19: The Faubourg Quartet Presents ‘Coats For Kids’

The Faubourg Quartet invites you to its annual charity Coats for Kids concert on Monday, November 19. The concert takes place at  7:00pm at St. Louis Cathedral, in New Orleans’ historic Jackson Square. Admission to the concert is free, but please

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Vocal »

NOCCA Vocal Music Students Receive Top Honors At Competition

L-R Victor Paz; Gerri Paul; Whitney Campbell; NOCCA Assistant Department Chair: Vocal Music Phyllis Treigle New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) Vocal Music students received awards in their divisions at the annual National Association

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Faculty, Media Arts »

Media Arts Faculty Film Screened In NYC

Media Arts faculty, Aaron Walker’s film, Bury the Hatchet, will be shown in the 2012 Margaret Mead Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Dec. 1. The Margaret Mead

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Alumni, Visual Arts »

NOCCA Visual Arts Alum Works Shown Internationally

Zarouhie Abdalian maintains quite the hectic travel schedule. This fall she made a trip to Bergen, Norway, to participate in the Kunstindustrimuseum’s Material Information exhibition, and afterward she headed to the 9th Shanghai Biennial as a participant in the

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Vocal »

Vocal Music Alum Joshua Stewart World Opera Debut

The mighty city of Babylon becomes the setting for a transformation of civilisation at the moment when two cultures collide: Whilst the Babylonians are still practicing human sacrifice, the Jews, who have settled here

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Featured, NOCCA Talks »

NOCCA Talks Episode 5: Visual Art Student Work

We are excited to introduce a new web series called NOCCA Talks, spearheaded by Media Arts student, Jac Bedrossian. Click below to watch the episode featuring NOCCA Visual Art

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Academic Studio, Culinary »

NOCCA student featured in St. Charles Avenue Magazine

Arieanna McKnight, a student at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), is a Level 2 Culinary Arts Student, 10th grader in the Academic Studio and highly involved with the nonprofit Rethink. Rethink is

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