The Final 24 Hour Marathon Begins THIS Friday at 5PM at the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans
Set your watches accordingly! Our final 24-hour screenings of The Clock by Christian Marclaybegin Friday evening at 5PM!
Whitney Bank “Meet Us at The Clock” Challenge
This weekend during final the 24-hour extended screenings of The Clock, take a selfie in in the lobby by the sign “The Clock” stating the time, and post to social media using #TheClockNOLA24 @prospect_NOLA @CACNO. Whitney Bank will be giving away a Prospect New Orleans catalog to any participant who views all 24 hours of the film over the course of the weekend. To help you, Food trucks will be on site before 9am and after 5pm, coordinated by MyHouseNOLA! From 9am-5pm get coffee and snacks from the Café at the CAC.
The Schedule This Week
Friday November 25: 5pm – Saturday November 26 at 5pm**
Saturday November 26: 5pm – Sunday November 27 at 5pm**
**24 Hour Continuous Screening
Tuesday November 22: 11am-5pm
Wednesday November 23: 11am-5pm
Thursday November 24: CLOSED for THANKSGIVING
The Clock will be CLOSED for the holiday. Prospect New Orleans would like to wish you and your family a very happy and safe Thanksgiving!
Tuesday November 29: 11am-5pm
Wednesday November 30: 11am-5pm
Thursday December 1: 11am-5pm
Friday December 2: 11am-5pm
Saturday December 3: 11am-5pm
Sunday December 4: 11am-5pm
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FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The Clock is presented by Prospect New Orleans in partnership with the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans.
The premiere presentation of The Clock in New Orleans is made possible by generous support from Whitney Bank, the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, Ralph and Susan Brennan, and an Anonymous gift.
Additional support is provided by Christopher J. Alfieri, Brooke Davis Anderson, Shawn M. Barney, Dorian M. Bennett, Vivian and Richard Cahn, Dathel and Tommy Coleman, William A. Fagaly, Patrick Finney, John P. Foley, Anna Beth and John Goodman, Andrea Aron Huseman, Sean Johnson, Allison Kendrick, Katie Koch Home, Beth and Hugh Lambert, Deborah Luster, Gregory Morey and Scott James, Roger H. Ogden and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Nancy D. Portnoy, Staci A. Rosenberg, Francesca Schwartz, Poco and Liz Sloss, studio WTA, Charles L. Whited Jr., and Michael Wilkinson.
Technical production by Solomon Group, New Orleans.
Special thanks to Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.
Thank you to My House NOLA for Food Trucks and Fun!