In 2018, New Orleans celebrated 300 years of heritage, and now we turn our sight to the next 300 years and the preservation of this culture and way of life. With the disappearance of Louisiana’s coastline at a rate of one football field each hour, it falls to all of us to work to protect and restore the land and the lives it nourishes.
From coastal restoration and urban conservation efforts, water management and industry, 300 More explores themes and issues around environmental and cultural preservation.
Featuring works by 32 local artists:
André Courville, Anne Blenker, Caitlin Waugh, Camille Barnes, Cheryl Anne Grace, Connor McManus, Connie Kittok, Cora Rose Nimtz, Darlene Langendonk, David Joshua Jennings, Debbie Willson, Debbie Boyd, Ella Albrecht, Ellen Macomber, Ember Soberman, Emma Fick, Holly Sudduth, Jono Goodman, Kristen Albrecht, Lee Morais, Louise Guidry, Lyla Clayre, Rebecca Birtel Madura, Margaux Hymel, Mary Singleton, Meghan Methe, Miro Hoffmann, Rayne Bories, Renee Dodge, Sarah Nelson, Thomas Deaton, andToné Lowe.