Aimee Hayes

Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Inside The Arts: Bands Of Mardi Gras; Monuments Men; The Totalitarians

Warren Easton High School, Bacchus, 2012
Credit Stan Strembicki

This week on Inside the Arts, a photographic exhibit captures the essence of Carnival through a unique lens in Stan Strembicki's Bands of Mardi Gras, opening this week at Lemieux Galleries.

The National World War II Museum is marking the opening of the film Monuments Men with a preview of an exhibit that will mark their achievements. Visitors to the planned Liberation Pavilion will step into a replica of a salt mine for a look at the art treasures they saved from the Nazis.

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue January 7, 2014

Jazz Vocalist Karrin Allyson; New Play Bacchanal; Edward Burtynsky's WATER

Karrin Allyson.

This week on Inside the Arts, we're talking jazz with singer Karrin Allyson. Southern Rep Theater, in partnership with the Tennessee Williams/Greater New Orleans Literary Festival, gears up for the New Play Bacchanal this weekend.

And we take a look at Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky's photo exhibit Water, in its final days at NOMA and the Contemporary Arts Center.

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Kronos Quartet Celebrates The Big 4-Oh; Pride And Prejudice Opens Uptown; Central City Celebrates

Southern Rep's production of Pride & Prejudice runs from Nov. 13-24.
Credit Jose Garcia / Southern Rep

This week on Inside the Arts, the Grammy Award-winning Kronos Quartet celebrates its 40th Anniversary season with a stop in New Orleans. Southern Rep Theater puts a fresh spin on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. And, revelers will make a joyful noise as the Central City Festival gets underway.

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue April 16, 2013

Inside The Arts: Donald Harrison, Jr., Dustin Lance Black's "8", Three Fleming Sisters of Lafitte

Donald Harrison, Jr.

This week host Diane Mack goes Inside the Arts to talk jazz with acclaimed saxophonist Donald Harrison, Jr.

Then, Academy Award-winning screenwriter and gay rights activist Dustin Lance Black will make a stop in New Orleans for the staged reading of the play 8.

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Inside The Arts
12:45 pm
Mon January 23, 2012

Southern Rep Says Goodbye to Theater Home of 20 Years

Southern Rep Theater is looking for a new venue after twenty years in residence on the third floor of Canal Place.

WWNO's  Diane Mack talks with Southern Rep's artistic director Aimee Hayes.