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Amy Mackie follows up her 2013 essay focusing on New Orleans’ artist-run and alternative spaces with a look at some of the recent changes in the city’s art scene.

Amy Mackie

Changing Tides: Another Look at the New Orleans Art World

Pelican Bomb, November 23, 2018

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Charlie Tatum visits PARSE NOLA’s exhibition of short films by Kevin Jerome Everson at Engine Room Art + Projects.

Charlie Tatum

Exhibition Pick: Kevin Jerome Everson

Pelican Bomb, October 24, 2018


The New Orleans Film Festival is in full swing, but even more film events abound in the city, in particular Fighting Weight, a gallery exhibition of films by Kevin Jerome Everson presented by PARSE NOLA and curated by Maaike Gouwenberg.

Travis Bird

Kevin Jerome Everson Gallery Exhibition

Shotgun Cinema, October 19, 2018


The relationship between people and artworks was at the heart of artist Vanessa Centeno’s exhibition “Embrace,” on view last month at the Front, an artists’ collective in New Orleans. 

Charlie Tatum

Touching the Art: Vanessa Centeno’s Sociable Sculpture

Art in America, May 22, 2018

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Hard to believe something that's been around for 30 years is still called "contemporary." But Contemporary Art Month endures, turning March into an event-filled celebration of art being made in San Antonio with an emphasis on the innovative, experimental and edgy.

Dan R. Goddard

The Staying Power of Contemporary Art Month

San Antonio Current, March 4, 2015

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Video-as-art has had a role in museum and gallery exhibits for a long time. But "It Could Go Either Way" by Mariam Ghani and Erin Ellen Kelly appears to be the first time that a solo show consisting entirely of video images has taken place at the Anchorage Museum, if not in Alaska.

Mike Dunham

Curator Amy Mackie Returns to Anchorage with an Engrossing, Challenging Installation

Alaska Dispatch NewsFebruary 12, 2015