As part of its mission to support the neighboring communities, Prospect New Orleans has implemented a satellite program, P.3+ Regional, which includes the cities of Hammond, LA; Baton Rouge, LA, Lafayette, LA and Mobile, AL. The program is directed at highlighting and promoting concurrent exhibitions and arts events in these cities throughout the course of the biennial. This outreach to neighboring communities takes advantage of the rich cultural resources of these cities and places their activities in dialogue with the local, national and international artists participating in Prospect.3: Notes for Now.
Prospect New Orleans will be offering Art Excursions via bus to the P.3+ Regional sites in Hammond on January 10, 2015. Details are included below.
Hammond Regional Art Center
217 East Thomas Street
985 542 7113
Hammond Art Excursion Bus Trip to view P.3+ Regional programming in Hammond
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Presenting over two dozen art exhibits, installations and performances through Janaury 25, 2015. Exhibits include: "Flight of the Wetlands" by John Valentino; a performance by GIANTS IN THE CITY, a traveling exhibit of giant inflatable art sculptures created by an international group of artists; an exhibit by Jeff Mickey & Jean Flint; a P.3+ Regional Juried Show; "Perfectly Imperfect" by Mike Kilgore; ACRE TV video installation; and exhibits by Lori Gomez, Shanna D'Antonio, Josh Hailey, Kim Bergeron, Heather Vallaire, Michel Schroeder, Rachel Brown and Leah Anne Floyd, Christina Molina, Courtney Keller, Gustavo Duque; Kenneth Alexander, Lester Merriweather, Chuck Wright, Patty McGehee, Roland Guidry, and Andrea Hano.
$45, includes bus trip to and from Hammond, a reception at the Hammond Regional Art Center, and visits to performances, exhibits and programs.
The bus leaves New Orleans at 11AM from the Contemporary Art Center, 900 Camp Street, and returns to New Orleans at approximately 7:30PM.
For more information, or to reserve a spot on the bus, contact email@example.com
Visit http://www.hammondarts.org for more information and to download a brochure with a complete schedule.
Throughout the duration of Prospect 3, Hammond will present the following art exhibits, live music, performing arts, special events and 1st Friday Art Walks.
-Changing monthly exhibits and lectures at Hammond Regional Arts Center.
-Regular exhibits and an extensive collection of mural paintings at the Tangipahoa African American Heritage Museum and its downtown pop-up annex.
-Public art installation by Gustavo Duque.
-"Flight of the Wetlands" by John Valentino.
-"Giants in the City" public art installation, January 9 - 11.
-"Feast of Flowers" community art installation.
-Changing monthly exhibits and lectures at SELU Contemporary Art Gallery.
-Rotating exhibits by members of the Hammond Art Guild.
-Streaming video installation presented by ACRE TV.
-Multi-Sensory audio-visual installation by Savej.
-Regular exhibits at Oak St. Gallery.
-Artwork by Lloyd Wilson, Drake Fuller and Dead Girl Art at A Little Bit of Dis & Dat.
-"Indecent Exposure" group exhibit.
-Public art exhibits by Andrea Hano and Pat Macaluso and Chuck Wright, Phillip Colwart and Tyler Vance
-Changing exhibits by Christina Molina, Shanna D'Antonio, Kim Bergeron, Drake Fuller, Lloyd Wilson, Dead Girl Art and Heather Vallaire.
-Regular local live music at various downtown venues and music, dance and theater at the Columbia Theater.
P.3+Baton Rouge: Notes Upriver will present dozens of new installations, exhibitions, film screenings, and live events at over 15 locations throughout the capital region.Emerging arts organization Elevator Projects with support from the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, The Walls Project, and Red Cake Event Planning are
coordinating projects for P.3+BR. The program will include locally made film screenings at the Manship Theatre, documentary film screenings at Lagniappe Records, literary program in partnership with New Delta Review, and a weekend of special arts events from November 14 to 16.
Perhaps the most ambitious element of Notes Upriver is the occupation of an entire vacant floor of the downtown Chase Towers, in an effort to fill the space with local contemporary art. The 15,000 square foot temporary alternate gallery space in the South Tower will feature works by over 60 Baton Rouge artists and will be open to the public during select hours and by appointment.
Dozens of local partners sites will also present exhibitions, artist lectures, literary readings, and performances. P.3+Baton Rouge locations include
The Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary Art
Shaw Center for the Arts
LSU Museum of Art
Louisiana Art & Science Museum
Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge Firehouse Gallery
LSU School of Art Foster Gallery and Glassell Gallery
Ann Connelly Fine Art
The Healthcare Gallery
Capital Park Welcome Center
The Walls Project Art & Design Center
The Gallery at Manship Theatre
On Saturday, November 15, the Walls Project Art & Design Center, located on the ground floor of the Chase Towers, will host 12 hours of cultural performances including collaborative dance, digital orchestras, environmental mixed-media installations, and local music starting at noon. Free entrance to all partnering museums and galleries from 12pm- 5pm.
Two special events will take place on Saturday, November 15th as part of the LSU Museum of Art's participation in P.3+: from 3-4 p.m. an exhibition tour with artist Kelli Scott Kelley of her work Accalia and the Swamp Monster and from 4-5 p.m. an unveiling of the latest installation from local emerging artist Silas Breaux as part of the Love Local Art contest. More information on these events can be found here: http://prospectneworleans.squarespace.com/storage/LSU%20MOA_pressreleases.pdf
Sunday, November 16, the Manship Theatre will host a local filmmaker’s festival, celebrating films produced in Louisiana.
The closing reception for P.3+BR will be the January 24 Surreal Salon Soiree at the Baton Rouge Gallery. The Soiree is a unique Baton Rouge experience with live music, surrealist games, interactive installations, and hundreds of bizarrely clad attendees coming together to celebrate the Capital Region's partnership with Prospect New Orleans and the completion of Notes Upriver.
programming has been made possible by the support of the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, Heather Sewell-Day and David Wright of Redcake Event Planning, Florida Street Holdings, Rodneyna Hart, Diane Leightman and Stinson Maps, Ann Connelly Fine Art, Elizabeth Weinstein and the Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Natasha Walker, Elisabeth Altazan, Matthew Schwartz of Pacifico, The Walls Project, Tiffany Sewell, Melisa Rad, Jason Langlois and the Manship Theatre, Emily Pontiff, Jency Hogan, Jonathan Downing, Maya Curtis, Jessica Sharpe, Chad Forbes, and many wonderful, dedicated volunteers.
For more information about upcoming exhibitions and events, go to
Acadiana Center for the Arts
101 West Vermilion Street
337 233 7060
Over the course of Prospect.3, our partner organization the Acadiana Center for the Arts will host two exhibitions, “Eco Displacement:Ghosts of the Gulf” and “Trivial Pursuit: Obsession’s Allure. Located in Lafayette, LA, the ACA is a quick two-hour drive from New Orleans and well worth the trip.
Eco-Displacement: Ghosts of the Gulf
October 11 – January 25
Opening reception October 11, 6-9pm
The ACA is pleased to host Brandon Ballengée’sEco-Displacement: Ghosts of the Gulf. This ambitious project will be comprised of a 16 foot aquarium which will function as a free-standing eco-system with dozens of aquatic native Mississippi Basin plants and animals collected with the public and students on field-trips. The Mississippi River is the largest river system in North America and is home to thousands of species of native plants and animals. From the phytoplankton that helps to create the air we breathe, to the fish and shellfish that we eat, we’re connected to the river. It is in hopes that through this project people will recognize that the river is not separate from their daily lives but is integral to the interconnected communities along the shoreline and the surrounding region.
Trivial Pursuits: Obsession’s Allure
October 11 – January 25
Opening reception October 11, 6-9pm
Many artists currently working today fixate on or around an image, idea, passion or even a dilemma. From this fixation there comes an endless amount of information often within very narrow perimeters that inform or guides art making. This fixation can be a powerful force, often a consuming passion that leads to an obsession. In this exhibition of over 15 artist, themes, processes or concepts are taken to a notable extreme. Artists include; Susan Bowers, Ralph Bourque, Troy Dugas, Fred Daspit, Shawne Major, Aaron McNamee, James A. Meaux, Mary Morgan, Stephanie Patton, Mark Ponder, Sam Reveles, Brian St. Cyr, Regina Scully, Alfred J. “AJ” Stahl, and Eric Todd.
Centre for the Living Arts
301 Conti Street
Mobile, AL 36602
251 208 5671
Over the course of Prospect.3, our partner organization the Centre for the Living Arts will present,”Pre-Glo”, on view through December 31st, 2014. Located approximately two hours from New Orleans in Mobile, AL, the Centre for the Living Arts is not to be missed.
April 11 – December 31, 2014
Pre-Glo is generously sponsored by Wind Creek Hospitality and Mrs. Arlene Mitchell.
The Main Gallery will feature Mario Ybarra, Jr.’s billboards from The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, organized by LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division). The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project is a series of artist-produced billboards and activations that will unfold along Interstate 10 Freeway from Florida to California through spring 2015. Using approximately 100 billboards total, 10 artists will create “chapter” groupings along I-10, each a unique interpretive link to the exhibition’s thematic. The billboards will move through and punctuate the landscape by tracing territorial expansion from east to west, along one of the country’s busiest freeways, and will conclude in Los Angeles.
Ybarra Jr. is a visual and performance artist, educator and activist who combines street culture with fine art to produce site-specific urban interventions that often bring to light little-known aspects of a particular location’s cultural history. Ybarra Jr.’s chapter of The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project uses source material from the artist’s ongoing collection of images of what he calls “barrio aesthetics” in Los Angeles. Ybarra Jr. is interested in inserting the daily culture and experience of one city and neighborhood into another, both contrasting and familiar. Ybarra’s billboards, which have been on display in both Mobile and Baldwin counties since January 2014, will be exhibited in PRE-GLO.
The Video Gallery features Global Futures: Pre-Glo, curated by Tom Leeser of the Center for Integrated Media at CalArts. This installation of sound and video blends the Centre’s upcoming theme of globalism with its previous video exhibit, Future Tense – Futures Project. The two themes intersect at the point of representation, a “global futurism” seen through a lens of technological driven data visualizations and the ever-expanding reach of global communication.
This communication is evidenced by the data visualizations from the Spatial Information Design Lab at Columbia University and its director, Laura Kurgan. For the exhibit, video selections of the Lab’s work are projected onto the Centre’s video gallery walls. The video is accompanied by wall text that describes each project. Click here for more information on Spatial Information Design Lab.
The Lab’s complex and compelling data visualizations are contrasted with sound art from four international artists who use electronic music, spoken word and field recordings gathered from around the world. Stephanie Smith recorded the haunting and mysterious sounds of a ship at sea. Tom Leeser captured the sound of Nepalis and Tibetans performing chants while doing “kora,” a daily walking ritual done around the Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu. Kristín Pora Haraldsdotti’s exhibits her rare collection of recorded Icelandic folk poems, and Henry Schroy contributed a Brazilian drumming performance from Rio de Janeiro. Each of the sound artists and their recordings are positioned in the gallery as “cardinal points”- describing the compass positions of east, west, north and south.
Global Futures: Pre-Glo is immersive, yet it provides enough space for the viewer to experience a critical distance addressing the paradox of scale within the current global condition. The Spatial Information Design Lab’s projections appear as a visual example of the enormity of publicly gathered global data, while the sound art is heard individually through headphones as an isolated and private refuge.
Global Futures: Pre-Glo participants include:
Video, Data Visualizations and Website:Spatial Information Design Lab, Columbia UniversityLaura Kurgen, Director
Kristín Pora Haraldsdottir
Stephanie Cheng Smith
Video Editing/ Media Supervision:
Xavier de Richemont’s immersive light installation, Pop Boat, which was created for Futures Project, will remain on view for the duration of PRE-GLO.
2×4, New York City design consultancy, will be responsible for exhibition design and identity for both PRE-GLO and GLOBAL. With the launch of The Memory Project in 2012, CLA partnered with 2×4 to implement an extensive organizational re-brand, featuring a re-designed website and style guide. Clients include Prada, Nike, Dia Art Foundation, the Guggenheim Museum, Museum of the Modern Art, the New York Times and the Whitney Museum, as well as numerous others nationwide and abroad.