Author Archives: Cammie Hill-Prewitt

Jacqueline Ehle Inglefield’s work featured in New Orleans Canvas Magazine

April 9, 2019

2016 Flint & Steel Resident Jacqueline Ehle Inglefield uses repurposed materials to create imaginative sculptures and painting which spark conversations surrounding the sustainability of our planet. Her first recycled piece was a bear made entirely of old dry cleaning hangers,… Read More

Pelican Bomb writer reflects on New Orleans art spaces

November 23, 2018

Pelican Bomb’s announcement that they will conclude operations spawned Amy Mackie to reflect on the changes in the New Orleans art world throughout the years, including art residencies such as those at A Studio in the Woods. As a final… Read More

Jonathan Mayers and his work featured in Country Roads Magazine

October 25, 2018

Jonathan Mayers creates paintings in which metaphorical beasts roam amidst rendered landscapes, and uses Louisiana folklore to depict his view of the reality in which we live. Mayers explains his artistic process to Country Roads Magazine. Mayers’ fierce environmental consciousness… Read More

ISeeChange featured on Pelican Bomb

July 11, 2018

ISeeChange is an initiative led by Julia Kumari Drapkin and Lindsey Wagner that uses the Internet to connect personal observations with larger investigations into the effects of climate change. News headlines avowing imminent environmental catastrophe float around like wayward icebergs. Read More

ISeeChange featured in US Water Alliance’s “A Blueprint for Action”

July 1, 2018

The urgent and multifaceted nature of our water challenges calls for new ways of thinking, acting, and investing. Water leaders across the nation are embracing the One Water approach—managing water resources in a more integrated, inclusive, and sustainable manner in… Read More

“Uncommon Exchanges” at Tulane University Freeman Auditorium

June 8, 2018

Produced by A Studio in the Woods, ByWater Institute and New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, “Uncommon Exchanges” uses art in hopes of sparking conversation between members of Tulane and New Orleans communities. Denise Frazier, assistant director of… Read More

Special ceremonies for Esther Solondz and her daughter, Ana Stolle

May 11, 2018

On May 19th, Ana Stolle will walk around the Mercedez-Benz Superdome stage during the Unified Commencement Ceremony, with the support of her mother, Esther Solondz. Esther will also be in the New Orleans area to discuss her sculpture, “The Bee… Read More

Panel of archivists involved in “EMPIRE” discuss the installation

May 2, 2018

A recent panel of archivists from the ten collections that loaned objects to Newcomb Art Museum’s current “EMPIRE” was held to discuss the role of archives on campus and the museum installation created by Fallen Fruit. During the panel, the… Read More

Fallen Fruit’s “EMPIRE” featured on

April 26, 2018

In honor of the city’s Tricentennial, Newcomb Art Museum was joined by Pelican Bomb and A Studio in the Woods to commission and present EMPIRE, an art installation that explores how histories are told, remembered and revised, focusing on New… Read More

Fallen Fruit’s “EMPIRE” featured in the New Orleans Advocate

April 24, 2018

Every piece in Fallen Fruit’s “EMPIRE” at the Newcomb Art Museum tells a story of New Orleans culture and folklore. One is a picture-perfect print of oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, carnival beads and toilet paper (the duo visited… Read More