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Free tree adoptions kick off in January

Dec 15, 2017
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Members of the Tulane community will have the opportunity to adopt a fruit tree, free of charge, as part of the...

LUNA Fête artists share their creative process at Newcomb Art Museum

Nov 30, 2017
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For four days each year artists from around the...

MFA student explores black womanhood in upcoming performance

Nov 27, 2017
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Jarrell Hamilton, an MFA student in the Tulane University Department of Theatre and Dance, is telling the story of black...

Get familiar with Newcomb Art Museum on guided tour

Nov 08, 2017
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On the second Saturday of every month, Newcomb Art Museum staff usually offer a...

High tech meets abstract art

Sep 18, 2017
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The unconventional creative processes of contemporary women abstractionists are on view at Newcomb Art Museum’s latest exhibition, Unfamiliar...

Everything in its place

Sep 13, 2017
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Artist Amy Ellingson arranges pieces of her sculpture Variation: Artifacts while installing her work in the Newcomb Art Museum. Ellingson’s work is part of the Unfamiliar Again:...

Pottery paparazzi

Jul 24, 2017
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The New Orleans leg of Antiques Roadshow, taped this weekend in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, kicks off with a visit to the Newcomb Art Museum at Tulane University. On Friday,...

Tiffany Windows hold magnetic appeal for Newcomb Art Museum

Jun 02, 2017
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Tulane University houses a large collection of Tiffany stained-glass windows, with important works...

Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Location: Uptown Campus


Hailing from across the United States, the artists in this exhibition explore new ways of abstraction based on experimental, process-oriented methods. Intended to defamiliarize common imagery, their practices preclude figurative recognition or easy comprehension.

Rachel Beach Bloom Echo

 


 

Newcomb pottery intersects with New Orleans jazz

May 04, 2017
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The story of Newcomb pottery — made at Newcomb College between 1895 and 1940 — is reaching new audiences with the Newcomb Art Museum's traveling exhibit, “The Most Natural Expression of...

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