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PARSE Announces Two New Art Spaces!
October 11, 2016

PARSE NOLA

In November 2016, PARSE NOLA’s curatorial residency program and office will move to an 1860s Greek Revival home located at 819 Marigny Street, operated by the Center for Gulf Caribbean History and Culture. The house will serve as the headquarters for PARSE and will provide living space for numerous curators, writers, and other guests.

PARSE’s curatorial residency program, which hosts three to four international curators annually in New Orleans, is the organization’s core program and primary catalyst for an expansive slate of exhibitions, performances publications, workshops, and experimental projects.

PARSE will continue to program nomadically throughout the city and through collaborations with other nonprofits and organizations. Exhibition spaces will be considered as needed for our program and as required by PARSE guest curators.

PARSE SECO

We are also proud to announce the opening of PARSE SECO, a new contemporary art space just outside of Taos in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico. PARSE SECO, like PARSE NOLA, was born out of the desire to support and create new opportunities for New Orleans artists.

PARSE SECO will provide artists with a live/work space in Arroyo Seco, as well as an opportunity to exhibit their work. Artist Dave Greber will be re-locating to Arroyo Seco in December 2016 to serve as PARSE SECO’s Director of Exhibitions and Artist-in-Residence.

PARSE is very excited about the possibilities afforded by both of these unique spaces and we look forward to sharing more about our programs with you! Generous tax-deductible donations are always appreciated.

Thanks for supporting PARSE!

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