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UPCOMING EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS | AUGUST 2015 

PARSE is excited to be the official screening site in New Orleans for The 2015 Creative Time Summit: Curriculum at the Biennale Arte in Venice. We will be hosting two tandem events on Thursday, August 13th, showing highlights from the Summit 11am - 3pm and 6pm - 10pm.

Join us at 11am for bakery goods generously provided by Shake Sugary and come back at 6pm for wine and remarks by Newcomb Art Museum’s new director, Monica Ramirez-Montagut.

 

NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH!

 

 

Check out PARSE’s new website! We now have tons of content charting our program over the last two years and will soon be adding an archive of exhibitions and events organized between 2010 and 2013. 

 

Our curator-centric program is rapidly growing and we’re also pleased to officially announce PARSE’s fabulous board members:  Elizabeth Shannon, Susan Bridges, Miranda Lash, and Bob Snead. As before, you can sign up to receive occasional newsletters from PARSE through our website and we’ve added a donation button as well. 

Press Street currently serves as our fiscal sponsor, but we are in the process of gaining 501(c)3 status. Any donation helps us achieve our goal to bring three to four international curators to New Orleans annually to engage in studio visits with local artists, conduct research in the area, and utilize the PARSE facilities to experiment with the boundaries and possibilities of curatorial practice. 

 

 

 

Join us Friday, August 28th, 7 - 10pm for our fourth Storefront Studio Opening featuring the work of our August artist-in-residence, Thistle Marie Musgrave.
Brought to you by
niños malos.
Stay tuned for further details!
 
niños malos operates in tandem with PARSE by supporting experimental art, dance, fashion, film, music, performance, sound, theater, and video. niños malos also organizes Storefront Studio Residencies in the months between exhibitions. 
PARSE is an art space and curatorial residency in New Orleans’ Central Business District that serves as a platform for critical dialog about contemporary art. This program hosts three to four visiting curators annually. During extended stays in the city, curators are encouraged to engage in studio visits with local artists, conduct research in the area, and utilize the PARSE facilities to experiment with the boundaries and possibilities of curatorial practice. 
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