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“Space and Place” at JMC Gallery

11 Nov

“Space and Place” at JMC Gallery

As part of our continuing Visual MashUp series, this exhibition features work by artists who participated in October’s Visual MashUp.

Brandan Odums
Dixon Stetler
Svetlana Volic

– See more at: http://joanmitchellfoundation.org/news/space-and-place-at-jmc-gallery#sthash.dKhStX4i.dpuf

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NOCCA

8 Nov

NOCCA

Thanks to Professor Lisa Shattuck, I had the opportunity to visit NOCCA (New Orleans Center for Creative Arts). Lisa teaches in the Media Arts department. I gave a short presentation of my work to students and stayed as guest in her class. http://www.nocca.com/

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Space and Place

6 Nov

Space and Place

On November 9th I will exhibit my work (photographs from series Inner Landscape) at Joan Mitchell Center Gallery in New Orleans.

As part of JMC continuing Visual MashUp series, this exhibition features work by artists who participated in October’s Visual MashUp.
Please join us on November 9th, as part of St. Claude Second Saturday, to view pieces by:
Brandan Odums
Dixon Stetler
Svetlana Volic

JMC Gallery
1000 N Rampart St (at St Phillip)
Saturday, November 9th, 2013
The gallery will be open from 1 pm to 9 pm.

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Serbian-American poet Biljana D. Obradovic

5 Nov

Serbian-American poet Biljana D. Obradovic

Yesterday I met Serbian-American poet, critic and translator Biljana D. Obradovic. She is Professor of English at Xavier University of Louisiana, New Orleans, where she lives with her husband John Gery and son Petar.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biljana_D._Obradovic
She is a friend of Kathy Randels, my host in New Orleans. Kathy Randels is a native New Orleanian, a theatre artist/educator, and the Artistic Director of ArtSpot Productions.
http://www.artspotproductions.org/about_people_kr.htm

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Jeff Becker

3 Nov

Jeff Becker

Working at site with amazing set designer Jeff Becker, for outdoor performance “Cry You One” in Lower St. Bernard Parish. LA

http://www.cryyouone.com/pages/detail/2/live-performance

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Possum Kingdom

3 Nov

Possum Kingdom

Yesterday I had the opportunity to see performance “Possum Kingdom” by Cripple Creek Theatre Company from New Orleans.

This production is part of a larger artistic collaboration with The Louisiana Bucket Brigade and the “Down By the River” project, which explores issues of environmental justice, the history of resistance movements, and plantation-to-plant patterns in Cancer Alley communities affected by the petro-chemical industries along the Mississippi River Road between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
Inspired by the unfolding environmental ruination and societal crises in south Louisiana, the story takes place in a small community of swamp workers whose lives and livelihoods are uprooted when the whims of unseen “upriver” consumers and the degradation of their natural environs force them to sacrifice and discard their jobs, homes and memories. Possum Kingdom’s team mixes politics, physicality, original music, and simple machines to create an enchanting outdoor theater experience with a heavy dose of magic.

http://www.cripplecreekplayers.org/shows/20132014-season-8/possum-kingdom/

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Jazz in the Park!

1 Nov

Jazz in the Park!

Halloween evening at Armstrong Park, New Orleans. We were listening concert of Rebirth Brass Band, Kermit Ruffins and Bonerama.