Say goodbye to Kelsey Montague’s public art project with a video about the artist’s process and the impact of social media on her work.
Benjamin Morris speaks to author and poet Cassie Pruyn about the many histories of Bayou St. John.
Nick Stillman talks with artist Candy Chang about public engagement, the importance of place, and her new mural project.
Journalist Esther Honig creates a new digital project for Pelican Bomb.
Journalist Esther Honig discusses what she learned from the experience of going viral.
Charlie Tatum reflects on the use of camera phones to make sense of art and museum spaces.
Laurence Ross reflects on “A Louisiana Parlor” at the New Orleans Museum of Art and the sensations of the Rococo.
Meredith Sellers looks at artist Pepón Osorio’s newest installation in Philadelphia.
Emily Wilkerson shares an artist’s discovery and its implications for how we view history.
Amy Mackie discusses alternative, artist-driven strategies within the debate to remove controversial monuments in New Orleans.
Jessica Lynne talks about making a home for black art critics online.
Brooke Schueller reviews “Of the Rising Tide - A Photo Essay on the Vanishing Bayou Community of Isle de Jean Charles,” an exhibition of photographs by Melinda Rose.
Benjamin Morris discovers the archives of Louisiana lawyer Sylvia Roberts.
Lydia Y. Nichols reflects on an exhibition by Jackie Sumell and Devin Reynolds and the concept of humanity.
Our Executive Director and Founding Editor, Cameron Shaw, introduces our series on power and public space in the digital age.