Recent Posts on ViaNolaVie
Footprints: An interactive public art map Kelley Crawford, Steven Melendez, and Emma Fick worked together to create a custom interactive public art map for New Orleans. This project was made possible through a grant provided by EPNO (Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans)! Take a walk and click away! Marguerite Oestreicher: The art of running a non-profit Marguerite Oestreicher Fine Arts seemed a permanent part of the Warehouse District landscape until recently when, almost 30 years after it went up, the eponymous sign came down. Yet Marguerite Oestreicher herself had already long moved on, transitioning from a curator of contemporary art to Executive Director of New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. Read her story, written by Ellie Rand, here. Music Review: Tame Impala’s The Slow Rush Influences of psychedelic-rock existed at the core of Tame Impala’s previous albums. Yet, hip-hop, synth-pop, electro-funk, house, and R&B all play essential roles in creating the bleary-eyed, synth-heavy, sonic euphoria that is The Slow Rush. Dylan Cernea looks into the new album and finds a deeper connection than expected.