Public Art in New Orleans

At Rest by Jason KimesOcean Song by John ScottFOCI by Chakaia Booker
Stairway to the Stars by Mark di SuveroSwamp Flower by Mia KaplanVase with Five Flowers by James Surls
Image Credits: “At Rest” by Jason Kimes, Photo by Bill Sasser, Courtesy of Sculpture for New Orleans; “Ocean Song” by John Scott, Photo: Courtesy Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans; “FOCI” by Chakaia Booker, Photo by Bill Sasser, Courtesy of Sculpture for New Orleans; “Stairway to the Stars” by Mark di Suvero, Photo by Bill Sasser, Courtesy of Sculpture for New Orleans; “Swamp Flower” by Mia Kaplan, Photo by Bill Sasser, Courtesy of Sculpture for New Orleans; “Vase with Five Flowers” by James Surls, Photo by Bill Sasser, Courtesy of Sculpture for New Orleans

New Orleans is a city full of public art – with public sculpture, fountains, gardens, and murals, there is a lot to see. Check out this list of the 21 must-see public art sites in New Orleans, from Curbed NOLA writer Sarah Chase.

The 24th International Sculpture Conference: Sculpture, Culture, and Community will feature panel discussions, keynote addresses, workshops, ARTSlams, and networking events, and will explore how sculpture and the arts can rejuvenate communities and economies. Visit www.sculpture.org/nola2014 or contact the events department at events@sculpture.org or (609) 689-1051 ext. 302 for conference details and to find out more about registration.

The Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel is the official conference hotel, in the heart of the New Orleans Arts District. Special rates are available now and space is limited, so reserve your room by July 20th. The special conference rate is subject to availability. Visit www.sculpture.org/nola2014 for more information.

The 24th International Sculpture Conference is hosted in collaboration with the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, Creative Alliance of New Orleans, New Orleans Arts District, New Orleans Museum of Art, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, and Sculpture for New Orleans.

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