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Curated Conversation with John Isiah Walton Featured in the O What a Night! Live Auction

Ogden Museum continues Curated Conversations, our popular series of intimate talks, now online! Curated Conversations bring curators and artists together to discuss art, exchange ideas and explore exhibitions. This Curated Conversation features Bradley Sumrall, Curator of the Collection, and John Isiah Walton, an artist included in the O What a Night! Live Auction. Bid on Walton’s…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Paper Monument Inspired by John Isiah Walton

Last night’s O-riginal Art Activity explored monuments and the stories they tell, examining John Isiah Walton’s paintings. Imagine a new monument for New Orleans. John Isiah Walton, a native New Orleanian, creates paintings that pulsate with the rhythms of contemporary New Orleans music and dance. In his most recent work, Walton explores issues of race,…

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