A Scribe Called Quess? , Instructional Coach at Martin Behrman Charter Academy of Creative Arts & Sciences, joins fellow staff Elizabeth Arias and her troupe of Mardi Gras Indians (as seen on NOLA.com, the first of its kind in New Orleans!), other dynamic staff members/poets Honey Sanaa, Erika "PoeticOne" Murray, and Brittany Travesté Epps and the legendary Chuck Perkins and Voices of the Big Easy to bring a smashtastic evening of poetry and culture to close out your school year. Live music from the Vegas Cola Band, food and more will be involved. ALL are welcome and invited for the low price of Free.99. Last time they brought international poets Abiodun Oyewole and Jessica Care Moore through. This time it’s all homegrown but just as global and just as awe sum! Hope to see you there!
Join us for the Closing Reception of "Residue" with environmental print-based work by Kiernan Dunn, Anthony Ford, and Rachel Speck! Residue is a group show in conjunction with the 3rd annual Wetlands Art Tour. The work reflects on what is left over from environmental neglect and degeneration.
Kiernan, Rachel and Anthony are longstanding members of the New Orleans Community Printshop with wide ranging subject matters.
This event is FREE and open to the public. All ages are welcome.
Enrollment Capacity: max 12 Students
This workshop taught by Jessica Peterson, of The Southern Letterpress, will focus on well-crafted but easy-to-do bookbinding structures that are good for printers who like making book editions, including the pamphlet, accordion, and drum leaf structures. Two of these structures allow you to have an image on a full-page spread without having to worry about pesky imposition or pagination (a book printer's dream come true!). Participants will make a demonstration model of each structure, for reference to use in later work.
Jessica runs The Southern Letterpress at 3700 St. Claude in New Orleans, where she provides letterpress printing and design services for clients. She has a Master's degree in book arts from The University of Alabama, Mississippi University for Women and Purchase College.
The students of LPO cellist and frequent Marigny Opera House performer Jeanne Jaubert perform selections for cello. By donation.
LE BAL DES ACTRICES BY MAÏWENN LE BESCO France – 2008 Dramatic comedy, Fiction – 1h45min
Monday, May 30 , 2016 7 pm @ Café Istanbul (Cash Bar)
Friday, June 3, 2016 7 pm @ AFNO (includes Reception and wine)
All films are shown in French with English subtitles
FREE for AFNO Members / $5 for General public
FIRST FRIDAYS ON THE BOULEVARD
If you're at work, it's about time to leave...come check out all the events and discounts on Oretha Castle Haley Blvd! Music, food, art, culture, films, drinks and education the first Friday of every month. We're staying open late and offering special deals and activities. Join us on Friday June 3rd for the launch of First Fridays.
Creative Alliance of New Orleans
1307 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
3rd floor gallery (above Dryades Public Market)
Two Exhibits: Self-taught Central City artist Willie White and also "Songs of Home Songs of Change": a sculpture, a collection of writings and recordings, and a sound-art installation. Co-Sponsored by A Studio In The Woods, and Co-presented by Creative Alliance of New Orleans.
Open 'til 8pm
Blessings Beyond International Church, (BBIC) is hosting
“An Evening of Gospel and Comedy” hosted by Lyle Henderson which will be held at the historic Carver Theater on Saturday, June 4th 2016 from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM. Live performances from special guests include Tonya Boyd- Cannon of NBC’s The Voice, Comedians Shervey, Deacon Two Save, Actress and Singer, Cherene Snow, Ruben Williams, The Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club’s Gospel Choir, BBIC Choir, and many more are all slated to perform at this event. You don’t want to miss this great night of Christian entertainment. General Admission tickets are $25 and VIP tickets are $40 with a VIP reception at 5pm. Tickets can be purchased by calling 504-710-2070 or purchased at the door. Proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the church building fund.
The Foxen Wine Dinner menu includes:
Passed hors d’oeuvres
Smoked Florida Osetra Sturgeon Toasts & It’s Caviar
Lobster – Cheese Curd Croquettes
Foxen "Ernesto Wickenden" Santa Maria Valley Chenin Blanc '14
Herb Grilled Scallop
Lime Pickle – Brown Butter Creamed Corn
Foxen "Bien Nacido Block UU" Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay '13
Parmesan Crusted Grouper
Charred Braised Leeks, Vincotto
Foxen "John Sebastiano" Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir '11
Aged Country Ham, Louisiana Field Pea Salad
Foxen "Julia's Vineyard" Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir '13
Leg of Mississippi Lamb
Sweet Potato, Whipped Feta Pomegranate, Holy Trinity Salsa Verde
Foxen "Grassini Family Vineyard" Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara Cabernet Sauvignon '13
Blackberry Milk Chocolate Tart
Smoke N Bones will be hosting this workshop
For Students ages 10-18
Bring your instrument and come ready to play!
Registration deadline: Monday, June 6th at 5pm.
This event is for 21+ only
Want to improve your French and/or English with native speakers? Or just meet and network with new people while helping them practicing your own language? Speak Easy—a friendly “speed-dating” style language exchange evening at Oak is totalement ce qu’il vous faut! You’ll chat with various conversation partners for 7 minutes each in French, followed by 7 minutes in English.
We will be at Oak: 8118 Oak Street 70118 New Orleans
Price: $15 for Alliance Française members; $20 for General Public (include a drink and hors d’œuvres)
49 years ago, Mildred and Richard Loving (an interracial couple) were arrested in Virginia, and sentenced to a year in prison for the crime of being married. The Lovings' landmark civil rights case, Loving v Virginia ended all race-based legal restrictions to marriage on JUNE 12, 1967 - LOVING DAY, We're honoring Richard and Mildred's legacy by showcasing love songs all night with special guests. Come share the love!
Music by: Jeremy Thomas, Derrick Freeman, Khari Lee, Grayson Hackleman, and special guests
tickets, $15 - at snugjazz.com to benefit the New Orleans Loving Festival
Supported by the New Orleans Musicians' Assistance Foundation. For more information contact email@example.com, and visit www.lovingday.org. #LovingFestival #LoveYall #SnugHarborJazzBistro #NOMAF #LovingDay
One World Family and Lahpet present A Taste of Burma Benefit Dinner to send ethnic refugees from Myanmar to school via One World Family scholarship and transportation programs in Northern Thailand.
This dinner will consist of a 6 course menu steeped in the traditions of Myanmar while incorporating a variety of uniquely local ingredients and concepts prepared by Lahpet Popup Kitchen and local Burmese chefs. A Vegan menu will also be available.
Beverages will be provided by Cathead Vodka, NOLA Brewing Co., Circle Bar, and Snake N' Jakes Christmas Club.
Since 2010, One World Family International has been helping Burmese refugee children receive a formal education in Northern Thailand. All proceeds from this event will help provide enrollment, uniforms and transportation for 60 children, ranging from elementary to high school.
Buy tickets today at BurmeseBenefitNOLA.eventbrite.com
Johnny Vidacovich Trio with Chris Severin and Cliff Hines will be hosting this workshop
For Students ages 10-18
Bring your instrument and come ready to play!