Second Thursday at the CAC
We invite you for a very special Second Thursday during which we will celebrate the opening of our show, Hinge Pictures: Eight Women Artists Occupy the Third Dimension as well as offer previews to our April performances. Join us for an evening of programs introducing you to the questions and forms given shape in our Spring exhibitions and performances. Free and open to all.
Music: DJ Dreamer
Food Truck: Cocoa and Cream
'Art as Activism' Discussion: 6 - 7:15 pm
Join David Kunian (Music Curator at New Orleans Jazz Museum) as he moderates a conversation with Quiana Lynell (Jazz singer/composer and Loyola Instructor) around Jazz musician, Billy Strayhorn’s role as privately queer, artist-activist as we look forward and into David Rousseve’s upcoming presentation, Halfway to Dawn, inspired by the life of jazz composer and political activist Billy Strayhorn (April 5-7). This panel will look at Art As Activism and we'd like to explore how musicians historically have woven in activism into their music.
Galleries on View: 6 - 9 pm
Immerse yourself in our visual art exhibition, Hinge Pictures: Eight Women Artists Occupy the Third Dimension, a demonstration of formal innovation and social liberation across two floors of the CAC.
Live Performance: 7:15 pm
Nationally acclaimed, multi-instrumental artist, Aurora Nealand, will offer a tasty, acapella morsel from her upcoming performance, KindHumanKind. (March 29-31).
Join us on the Second Thursday of each month for an evening of programs designed to enhance your appreciation of contemporary art and artists. Free and open to all, CAC Members receive a complimentary drink at the bar from 6pm-9pm.