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December 2022

Artist Salon with Simi Kang, Nailah Jefferson, and Laurie Sumiye

December 8 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
A Studio in the Woods, 13401 Patterson Rd
New Orleans, LA 70131 United States

Join us to meet and learn more about current Rising Resident Simi Kang and a collaborative project by Rising Residents Nailah Jefferson and Laurie Sumiye. They will each give short a presentation on their work followed by a light dinner and refreshments. Registration required below. Simi Kang is a mixed Sikh American community advocate, educator, artist, and scholar. Their work centers Asian American collaborative resistance as a site for imagining environmentally and economically just futures in southeast Louisiana. Their project, Mapping…

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January 2023

Artist Salon with Zeelie Brown and Rachel Lin Weaver

January 12, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
A Studio in the Woods, 13401 Patterson Rd
New Orleans, LA 70131 United States

Join us to meet and learn more about current Rising Residents Zeelie Brown and Rachel Lin Weaver. They will each give short a presentation on their work followed by a light dinner and refreshments. Registration required below. Zeelie Brown’s first art museum was the pine woods in Alabama. They make Black&queer wilderness refuges called “soulscapes” to (re)imagine what nature might be. Zeelie is currently working with the MIT Department of Architecture, NOMAS, and Group Project to create sustainable human waste solutions in their…

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March 2023

FishSTOCK!

March 25, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
TBA

Join us and artist Brandon Ballengée for a celebration of art, adaptation, and fishes! Check back here for more details as we get closer. Fishes are by far the most successful group of vertebrates (animals with backbones) to ever occupy Earth. Fish are marvels of adaptation and resilience, occupying almost all bodies of water on our planet, and scientists have described over 34,000 species with new species being found all the time! However, overfishing, oil spills, changes to habitats and climate…

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