African-American storytelling traditions are connected to a sense of place through narrative subjects and landscapes of the American South. 20th century African American life is reflected in paintings, works on paper, and fabric works from the collection of costume designer and arts patron, Myrna Colley-Lee.
Explore contemporary trends in watercolor paintings through 40 watercolors by artists throughout the world. This juried exhibition is presented each year by the American Watercolor Society, a nonprofit membership organization that began in 1866 to promote the art of watercolor painting in America.
Featuring 40 watercolor artists:
Eric L. Reed is a photographer based in Pineville, Louisiana. His still photographs document the production experience of the first project of Alexis Crew Productions featuring many of central Louisiana’s creative individuals blending in seamlessly into the filmmaking process. The short film project included local crew members and actors as well as a shell crew from outside the state who served as teachers and mentors to locals in all aspects of film production.
What does central Louisiana look like through the unique and creative eyes of the next generation of photographers? This exhibition presented by The Muse, AMoA’s club for teens and young adults, features photographs inspired by images throughout Cenla taken by area youth and shared via Instagram, an online photo-sharing website and mobile application.
The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts 2013 Scholarship Art Contest exhibition features fifteen finalists chosen from across Louisiana who were awarded college scholarships and art supplies. High school juniors and seniors were invited to create a work of art based on the theme “Louisiana’s Culinary Heritage,” representing our state's unique culinary heritage while honoring its festivals, dishes and local ingredients.
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