Ogden Museum of Southern Art to Host Ogden After Hours
Featuring Rahim Glaspy

(New Orleans, LA) – On Thursday, December 14, Ogden Museum of Southern Art will host Ogden After Hours (OAH), featuring Rahim Glaspy. Taking place from 6 to 8 p.m. the evening will have live music, art activities for kids, a mini pop-up art market and food for purchase from Sira Tacos.

Rahim Glaspy, a New Orleans native, is a seasoned actor, host and accomplished musician. Rahim has been acknowledged for his “commanding presence” by nola.com and recently made his Kennedy Center debut with his band Water Seed. When he isn’t bringing the house down at JazzFest, he is supporting local artists around the city and advocating for the preservation of New Orleans music culture.

“It is an honor and privilege to be performing at Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s Ogden After Hours,” states Rahim Glaspy. “My dream as a New Orleans native is to perform on every stage New Orleans has to offer.  Thank you, Ogden Museum, for presenting me with this opportunity, I couldn’t do it without you.”

In addition to the live music, an art activity table will be available for kids in the Museum’s Education Gallery. The activity will be based on Besty Stewart’s Bivoverse #3 painting, which is currently featured in the Museum’s exhibition, Knowing Who We Are.

Ogden After Hour attendees are encouraged to Shop the South while at the Museum. Local artisans will be onsite selling their crafts, which can make as wonderful holiday gifts. Vendors include Robin Pannagl of Inhabit Oyster Candles, Lily Fein’s ceramics, Plants by Plantie Dropper and Rugs and Blankets by We Might Be on Fire

To learn more about the event and to purchase tickets, please visit www.ogdenmuseum.org.

About Ogden After Hours

Ogden After Hours (OAH) is a monthly event that takes place on select Thursdays and features a diverse lineup of programs reflecting and celebrating the diversity of Southern art and culture. Tickets to OAH are $13.50 for adults, $11 for seniors 65 and older, $6.75 for children ages 5-17 and free for children under 5. OAH are free for Museum Members.

About Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Located in the vibrant Warehouse Arts District of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana since 1999 and open to the public since 2003, Ogden Museum of Southern Art invites visitors to experience and learn about the artists and culture of the American South. Ogden Museum is home to a collection of more than four thousand works, making it the largest and most comprehensive repository dedicated to Southern art in the nation, with particular strength in the genres of Self-Taught art, Regionalism, photography and contemporary art. The Museum is further recognized for its original exhibitions, public events and educational programs, which examine the development of visual art alongside Southern traditions of music, literature and local craft.

Ogden Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Museum is located at 925 Camp Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. For more information visit ogdenmuseum.org or call 504.539.9650.