Scholarly Retreats 2018-19

March 23, 2018

The ByWater Institute and A Studio in the Woods seek to enhance and support the scholarship, creativity and cross-disciplinary activity of Tulane faculty and trainees by awarding one- to two-week residencies during Academic Year F2018-S2019. These residencies will provide a… Read More

Edward Ball’s “Life of a Klansman” at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans

February 23, 2018

On March 6, author Edward Ball will lead a talk titled “Life of a Klansman,” exploring the life of Ball’s great-grandfather, who violently opposed racial democracy in Louisiana between 1865 and 1877. Ball will discuss the birth of… Read More

“Uncommon Exchanges” at the Newcomb Art Museum

February 15, 2018

Produced by A Studio in the Woods, ByWater Institute and New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, “Uncommon Exchanges” uses art in hopes of sparking conversation between members of Tulane and New Orleans communities. The conversation series is envisioned as a… Read More

Fallen Fruit hopes to plant 300 citrus trees in New Orleans

January 10, 2018

In honor of the city’s tricentennial year, Fallen Fruit is teaming with local individuals, organizations, and the city park department to plant 300 citrus trees in New Orleans public areas throughout 2018. David Burns and Austin Young, co-founders of… Read More

Fallen Fruit gives the Tulane community the opportunity to adopt a tree

December 15, 2017

Fallen Fruit’s citywide project is designed to open conversations and provide local communities with free homegrown fruit. One particular aspect of the project is to give the Tulane University community the opportunity to adopt a free fruit tree. “New Orleans is… Read More

Jeff Whetstone’s “The Batture Ritual” featured at UNO St. Claude Gallery

December 12, 2017

Jeff Whetstone’s film “The Batture Ritual,” 2017, currently on view at UNO St. Claude Gallery, 2429 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, can be considered a portrait of the Mississippi River. Historically portraits have offered a narrowed or focused perspective on… Read More

New Orleans Public Radio discusses upcoming FORESTival

November 7, 2017

An adventure in the woods awaits as FORESTival kicks off its 7th celebration of art and nature at A Studio in the Woods in lower Algiers. Click here for full recording. Read More

FORESTival’s artists and activities featured in Tulane News

November 6, 2017

The seventh annual FORESTival, a fundraiser for A Studio in the Woods, takes place Saturday, Nov. 11, with new and returning events. “It’s a lovely day in the woods outside of the city, and that appeals to a lot of… Read More

David Sullivan’s “Fugitive Emissions” featured in New Orleans Living Magazine

October 2, 2017

David Sullivan’s Fugitive Emissions is an abstract animation inspired by the effects of air and water pollution prevalent in our chemical corridor. You may think that you know everything about art, but how much do you know about non-traditional forms of art? You… Read More

Sarah Dahnke’s “Dances for Solidarity” featured in Pelican Bomb

June 16, 2017

Sarah Dahnke’s Dances for Solidarity is an ongoing, community-based performance choreographed by incarcerated people in solitary confinement, borrowing from the personal narratives of 50 people in prison in Texas and Louisiana. In 2015, New York-based choreographer and cultural activist Sarah… Read More