Based in the culturally diverse and historic city of New Orleans, the Joan Mitchell Center’s mission is to support local, national, and international contemporary visual artists. Learn more.
Thursday, May 26
Discussion + artwork by Artists-in-Residence
Join us for artist talks on the theme of "Re-tracing Histories: Personal & Collective" with Joan Mitchell Center Artists-in-Residence Firelei Báez, Nyame O. Brown, and Gabriel Martinez, moderated by Sage Crump. Then, stay with us as all ten of the current Artists-in-Residence share their open studios, showing work in progress created during their residency.
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The Joan Mitchell Center's Artist-in-Residence programming offers artists – from emerging to established, national and local – the time and space to create work, and the opportunity to engage with a community of artists in residency at the Center, as well as with the vibrant arts community of New Orleans. Learn more.
Artwork of the Spring 2016 Artists-in-Residence.
As part of the Joan Mitchell Center's commitment to provide a forum for artists and to be a welcoming, inclusive gathering place for artists and the broader community of New Orleans, the Joan Mitchell Center curates and produces public programming, creating events that support values of community, diversity and social equity. Learn more.
Poet Kelly Harris-DeBerry reading at the February 2014 Visual MashUp and Open Studios, February 2014
Performance by Monica McIntyre during Visual MashUp, December 2013
The Joan Mitchell Center aspires to be an asset to an already culturally rich neighborhood in New Orleans. Working with a broad range of individuals and institutions throughout the city is integral to the Center's mission and goals. Learn more.
An ‘Art Market’ organized by the New Orleans organization Constance and hosted by the Joan Mitchell Center, which gave over 60 local artists the opportunity to sell their works and engage directly with the public in December of 2011.
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