In the Community + Hiding in Plain Sight: Must-See murals in the Treme

We’ve scouted New Orleans to bring you a few must-see murals in the Treme neighborhood. While scouting art, we wondered what the difference was between graffiti & street art. So, we asked New Orleans street artist, Jeremy Paten for his two cents. “If I had to describe the two, I would say that graffiti rejects established standards, encourages experimentation, and draws from popular culture… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 44

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 43

We’re excited to share with you the forty-third week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Doug Thornton, Allison Miner, Lafcadio Hearn, Jim Amoss, Sally Ann Roberts, and Lena Richard. Doug Thornton, by Michael McManus “One guy asked me why we wouldn’t just want to tear down the Dome because it harbors so many bad memories of the storm, but… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 42

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 41

We’re excited to share with you the forty-first week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Henry Charles Ramos, King Milling, Sweet Emma Barrett, Mary Doullut, Carol Wise, and Homer Hitt. Henry Charles Ramos, by Gabriel Flores “Mr. Ramos was no mere vendor of drinks. With the pride of an artist, he demanded a properly appreciative clientele. He scorned the… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 40

We’re excited to share with you the fortieth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Clay Shaw, Rev. Fred Luter, Oscar Isentrout, Mary Louise Christovich, Becky Zaheri, and Brother Martin Hernandez. A Portrait of Clay LaVerne Shaw, by D. Lammie-Hanson  “Clay Shaw was a gentleman and a gentle man. Alas, we are in all too short… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 39

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-ninth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Elizabeth Kettenring Begue, Deacon John Moore, Boysie Bollinger, Archie Manning, Melissa Sawyer, and Gertrude Gardner. Elizabeth Kettenring Begue, by Queen Hope Parker “I’m very proud to testify the happiest of my days, / Is March 11, ’95, at breakfast at… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 38

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-eighth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Elizabeth Magnus Cohen, Kurt Weigle, Sylvanie Williams, Linetta Gilbert, Hilda Phelps Hammond, and Sharon Litwin. Elizabeth Magnus Cohen, by Queen Hope Parker “All the doctors sent me cases. I can’t count all the babies I brought — in those days,… Read more »

Artist Spotlight + Inside the Artist Studio of Anne Blenker