Joan Mitchell Center Community Partnerships
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. The Joan Mitchell Center will be intentional and deliberate about developing reciprocal institutional relationships throughout the city and finding ways to partner on community-based projects.
In this capacity, the Center is available for public use and guest accommodations, with priority given to artists and non-profit organizations. In addition to several guest rooms, the varied spaces at the Center can accommodate many kinds of events, from a small retreat to a large benefit gala.
Any fees for use are determined on a sliding scale based on an organization’s ability to contribute and its mission of service to the community. View the Site Use Letter of Inquiry Form for more details on available space, and the process for applying.
For more information on community partnerships or site use, contact us at email@example.com.
Preparation for a youth-led dinner, facilitated by F.E.E.S.T. (the Food Empowerment Education Sustainability Team) and hosted by the Renaissance Project.
Creative Capital’s Core Weekend workshop, professional development which helps artists build a sustainable practice.
Activity facilitated by F.E.E.S.T. (the Food Empowerment Education Sustainability Team) and hosted by the Renaissance Project.
"Queens Rule!" panel discussion and reception, focused on the lives of the Mardi Gras Indian Big Queens and the role of women in the tradition.