Collection: Public Space
Video Vault: “What Lifts You”
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.
Three Centuries on the Bayou: An Interview with Cassie Pruyn
Benjamin Morris speaks to author and poet Cassie Pruyn about the many histories of Bayou St. John.
Storytelling in the Streets: An Interview with Candy Chang
Nick Stillman talks with artist Candy Chang about public engagement, the importance of place, and her new mural project.
Make Me Over
Journalist Esther Honig creates a new digital project for Pelican Bomb.
Going Viral: Losing Control and Your Job
Journalist Esther Honig discusses what she learned from the experience of going viral.
GPOY: On Museums, Selfies, and the Self
Charlie Tatum reflects on the use of camera phones to make sense of art and museum spaces.
That Rococo Feeling: Joie de Vivre
Laurence Ross reflects on “A Louisiana Parlor” at the New Orleans Museum of Art and the sensations of the Rococo.
Reformation: Public Art and the Philadelphia School Closures
Meredith Sellers looks at artist Pepón Osorio’s newest installation in Philadelphia.
The Space Between: Ken Lum and a Case of Mistaken Identity
Emily Wilkerson shares an artist’s discovery and its implications for how we view history.
Monuments of Acknowledging
Amy Mackie discusses alternative, artist-driven strategies within the debate to remove controversial monuments in New Orleans.
We Got Our Own: Creating ARTS.BLACK
Jessica Lynne talks about making a home for black art critics online.
We Were Here: Melinda Rose at Scott Edwards Gallery
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.
Due Process: The Legacy of Sylvia Roberts at Tulane University
Benjamin Morris discovers the archives of Louisiana lawyer Sylvia Roberts.
Right of Refusal: “#ReHumanize, for Albert Woodfox” at UNO St. Claude Gallery
Lydia Y. Nichols reflects on an exhibition by Jackie Sumell and Devin Reynolds and the concept of humanity.
Editor’s Letter: Making Room
Our Executive Director and Founding Editor, Cameron Shaw, introduces our series on power and public space in the digital age.