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Where (Apr.): Party Like it’s 1718
Gambit (Apr. 16): Review: Jim Blanchard at the Ogden Museum
Andrew Harper (Apr. 11): A Perfect Day in … New Orleans
Culture Type (Apr. 9): The Week in African American Art: Kehinde Wiley Signed with a Hollywood Agent & More
Where (Mar.): He Rebuilt This City
Nola.com (Mar. 29): 16 New Orleans Tricentennial Exhibits and Activities Not to Miss
New Orleans City Business (Mar. 28): People this Week: New hires, promotions, awards
The Advocate (Mar. 27): Ogden Show Explores a Range of Abstract Art by Southern Women
Culture Trip (Mar. 15): 12 Free And Cheap Date Ideas To Try In New Orleans
The Advocate (Mar. 11): Not Sure Which Summer Camp Is The Right Fit? Here’s Help
WGNO (Mar. 8): Yoga: Body Art At The Ogden Museum
Nola.com (Mar. 2): Musician Quintron Tunes In To Toxic Waters With New Artwork
National Geographic (Mar. 1): New Orleans is a City of Stories
The Chronicle (Feb. 28): Nasher Celebrates Black Abstract Artists In “Solidary and Solitary”2017 Press
The Advocate (Feb. 25): Party Central: Puppets with Miss Pussycat; Below Sea Level with Michel Varisco
Aesthetica Magazine (Feb. 20): New Orleans Triennial: Sounding Survival
Gambit (Feb. 19): Review: Works By John Akomfrah Odili Donald Odita
Babes & Beignets (Feb.): Your Post Mardi Gras Fitness Plan
Lavender (Feb. 1): Mardi Gras and More
Observer (Feb. 1): 5 Must-See Cultural Attractions in New Orleans – That Aren’t Mardi Gras
Nola.com (Jan. 31): Art from Latin America Takes Over New Orleans
Where Y’at (Jan. 26): A Sweet Night at the Ogden Museum’s Annual King Cake Walk
Frieze (Jan. 25): Prospect.4
Nola.com (Jan. 24): New Orleans Street Scenes, Junkyards on View at the Ogden
The Advocate (Jan. 24): At These King Cake Competitions, Picking the Best Means Lots of Sampling. Who’s Hungry?
Nola.com (Jan. 15): See What’s Happening on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Studio International (Jan. 14): Solidary & Solitary: The Joyner/Giuffrida Collection
Travel Magazine (Jan. 14): 5 Days in New Orleans, Louisiana
WGNO (Jan. 12): MLK Day Events In and Around New Orleans
The Inquirer (Jan. 11): In New Orleans, The Art to See and Food to Eat Right Now
Nola.com (Jan. 11): See What’s Happening in the New Orleans Area on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Bustle (Jan. 11): How 6 Cities Are Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2018
My Spilt Milk (Jan. 10): Prospect.4 Brings Yoko Ono to New Orleans
Where Traveler (Jan. 9): The Biggest NOLA Birthdays in 2018
Go Nola (Jan. 9): Weekend Picks: The Tempest, King Cake Kickoff, MLK Day and More
College Art Association (Jan. 9): CWA Picks for December 2017/January 2018
Offbeat Magazine (Jan. 5): Ogden Museum To Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with Free Admission
Culture Type (Jan. 4): The Year in Black Art 2017
St. Charles Avenue (Jan. 3): Night at the Museum
New Orleans Magazine (Jan. 3): Tops of the Town
Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Ogden Museum are currently installed on the third and fourth floors of Goldring Hall. Ranging from 19th century Bayou School landscapes to Vernacular Art, these exhibitions celebrate the depth and breadth of the Museum’s holdings.
Since its founding in 2012, the fund has focused on building a museum-quality collection of photographs taken in the American South since World War II.
Drawing from both private and public collections, this exhibition tells the story of one man’s mastery of his chosen medium, of his obsession with the built environment of his home and of his transcendent combination of history and art.
A native New Yorker, Doris Ulmann traveled through the American South from Appalachia and the Sea Islands of South Carolina to the deep South and New Orleans.
Established in 2012, this statewide, juried exhibition promotes the contemporary art practices in the state of Louisiana, provides an exhibition space for the exposition of living artist's work and engages a contemporary audience that recognizes the vibrant visual arts culture of Louisiana and the role of New Orleans as a rising, international art center.
Newton Howard (1912-1984) was a New Orleans painter known for his serene landscapes of the marshes and bayous of South Louisiana.