This week on Inside the Arts you'll hear from jazz trumpeter Hannibal Lokumbe. He talks about the world premiere of Water Too High, Bones Too Low, an original composition remembering the 8th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Then, the New Orleans premiere of the off-Broadway musical Children's Letters to God continues its run at the NORD Ty Tracy Theater at Gallier Hall. And we talk with an English designer who knows how to spin a yarn.
This week, on Inside the Arts, we’ll explore Something Old, Something New an exhibit of recent acquisitions at the Historic New Orleans Collection. We'll talk YAT with Chris Champagne and explore a cultural center that’s bringing a Hindu system of philosophy to the 9th Ward. Then, we'll spin a yarn with an English textile artist.
English designer Camilla Franklin knows how to spin a yarn — quite literally, in fact. On this week's Notes from New Orleans she speaks with Sharon Litwin about her involvement in Louisiana's longstanding textile industry.