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Support A Studio in the Woods on GiveNOLA Day!

May 4, 2021

This GiveNOLA Day, we are celebrating a very special milestone – 20 years of supporting artists. Over the past two decades, we have been building a network of artists working to imagine unique and better solutions to combat the effects of the climate crisis in our community. These are the voices and ideas that carry us forward and keep our hope alive through extraordinary change. A 20th anniversary gift to A Studio in the Woods this GiveNOLA will help support the next 20 years of innovative thinkers – those who can envision a world beyond our current limitations and expand the frame of what is possible. To mark this momentous occasion, we will select one lucky donor over the $50 level to receive a care package from our collection of artists’ products from the last two decades, details below. Schedule your gift HERE or mark your calendar for May 4th and join in on this annual day of community support in real time.

Included in our care package:

  • Byron Asher’s Skrontch Music, composed during his 2017 Flint & Steel Residency.
  • Andy Horowitz’s Katrina: A History, 1915-2015, which he worked on during his 2015 Tulane Scholarly Retreat.
  • Benjamin Morris’ Ecotone, featuring poems written for specific sites on the land during his 2011 Ebb & Flow Residency.
  • Aurora Levins Morales’ SILTwhich she worked on during her 2018 Adaptations Residency.
  • Sarah Quintana’s Miss River and The Delta Demitasse, featuring songs composed during her 2012 Ebb & Flow Residency.
  • Monique Verdin’s Return to Yakni Chitto: Houma Migrations, a compilation of her photographs and essays featuring conversations with fellow ASITW alumni Raymond “Moose” Jackson, Kathy Randels, and Nick Slie.
  • Dr. Michael White’s Dancing in the Sky, composed during his 2003 Open Call Residency.
  • Our own Overstory: A Field Guide to A Studio in the Woodswhich chronicles the history of A Studio in the Woods and the flora and fauna of the bottomland hardwood forest.



May 4, 2021