We had a great time at the Magnolia Ball Kickoff Party last night at Bond Moroch! Thank you to everyone who came out to Celebrate the South! On Saturday, June 9, the Magnolia Ball will celebrate The Whole Drum Will Sound: Women in Southern Abstraction. Make sure you get your tickets for the party… Read More about Celebrating the South at the Magnolia Ball Kickoff Party!
B. Boutte, Elevations, Acrylic on wood, 2018 Until June 3, on view on the first floor of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is the Lusher Charter School’s Certificate of Artistry Senior Exhibition, featuring works by the class of 2018. Lusher Charter School’s Certificate of Artistry program is an in-depth training in the… Read More about Lusher Senior Show Celebrating Students' Artistic Journeys
Come to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art to see the newest addition to our fifth floor terrace, Good News I by New Orleans born artist, Fritz Bultman (1919-1985). We are very excited to display this work on loan from The Helis Foundation, as it is an exquisite example of Bultman’s bronze abstract work. Timelapse… Read More about On View Now "Good News I" by Fritz Bultman
Each year, the Ogden Museum feels fortunate to be able to participate in GiveNOLA Day, a 24-hour event created by the Greater New Orleans Foundation to inspire people to give generously to the nonprofits that make our community thrive. Contributions to the Ogden Museum support a wide variety of programming, including dynamic exhibitions, educational… Read More about GiveNOLA Day 2018 Thank you for Supporting the South!
A chair of this year’s Magnolia Ball, celebrating the Ogden Museum’s exhibition, The Whole Drum Will Sound: Women in Southern Abstraction, Chad Graci invited us into his 1916 New Orleans home and gave a tour of his personal art collection, which he has been growing since his early 20s. “Collecting art can start at a young… Read More about Peek Into the Home of Chad Graci Magnolia Ball Chair and Young Art Collector
Sherry Owens For Earth Day, we’re examining Mother Nature Throwing Up Her Hands, a nature-inspired piece by Sherry Owens that is on view at the Ogden Museum in The Whole Drum Will Sound: Women in Southern Abstraction. Owens constructs nest-like objects using twigs and branches to create dense, chaotic forms and open drawings in space. She… Read More about Art Inspired by Nature Examining Art by Sherry Owens and Students on Earth Day