Media Arts »

NOCCA Talks Episode 1

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

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News »

Helen Hill listed as one of five famous animators

Our former guest artist and namesake for our Media Arts scholarship, Helen Hill, is listed as one of five famous animators by the Smithsonian: Helen Hill. Animator, documentary filmmaker, activist, teacher, wife and mother, Helen

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Events, Featured, Vocal »

Vocal Students Celebrate La musica d’Italia

NOCCA Vocal Students Celebrate La musica d’Italia An Italian Traditional Evening of Song & Food Thursday-October 4, 7 PM NOCCA-Nims Black Box Theatre Free & Open To The Public  New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) proudly presents a

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Faculty, Visual Arts »

“On The Edge” Gallery Series

NOCCA’s “On the Edge” Gallery Series Kicks Off the 2012-2013 Season with a Faculty Exhibition September 20-October 26, 2012 * Opening reception: September 20, 6pm – 8pm New Orleans, LA [14 March 2011] — The Ken

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Musical Theatre »

STOMP Provides Masterclass at NOCCA

In anticipation of the smash hit, STOMP, returning to the New Orleans Mahalia Jackson Theater, six STOMPers will visit NOCCA for a special Hands and Feet Educational Workshop, Thursday, Sept. 13. Known for using everything

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Classical Instrumental »

Area Student Performs in Rose Parade®

Area Student Selected to Perform with the Bands of America Honor Band in the 2013 Rose Parade® Perry G. Forstall, a Third Year Classical Instrumental Student at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and

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Featured »

NOCCA “Countdown To College” Week

NOCCA “Countdown To College” Week October 8-13, 2012 New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) shares the news about several events to help prepare art students for college and post-secondary choices. Countdown To College Week: October 8-13, 2012 NOCCA College

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Alumni, Jazz »

Branford Marsalis On Sensitive Musicians And The First Family Of Jazz

Saxophonist Branford Marsalis, oldest son of New Orleans pianist and educator Ellis Marsalis, released an album with his quartet this week. He spoke to weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz about the failings of modern jazz,

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