Tulane City Center hosts a conversation about history and public space.
Tulane City Center hosts a conversation about public monuments and shared histories as part of its monthly Red Beans Roundtable series. Red Beans Roundtables are casual conversations between panelists and community members addressing issues that face New Orleans today. This discussion features John Cummings, founder of the Whitney Plantation museum; artist Brandan Odums; and historians Erin Greenwald and Ibrahima Seck.
Before attending, make sure to revisit our Art Review series on public space.
Tulane City Center provides red beans and rice from Café Reconcile. For more information about the event, visit Facebook.