When

Thursday, November 9, 2017 -
6:00pm to 10:00pm

Tickets & Registration

Free and open to all!

Support

This program is supported by a grant from the New Orleans Theatre Association (NOTA).
This performance is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Louisiana State Arts Council.

Join us on the Second Thursday of each month for an evening of programs designed to enhance your appreciation of contemporary art and artists.

November 9, 2017, 6–10pm

Young Professionals Happy Hour – 6-7pm, Cafe

Meet members from CAC’s Audience Advisory Committee and learn about Kaneza Schaal’s Go Forth and upcoming programs over specialty cocktails and local beers.

Meet the Maker – 6-7:30pm, Atrium

Every month, we highlight some of the best local breweries and distilleries around town. NOLA Brewing Company joins us this month to offer insight into their guiding principles of what makes a good beer. 

Members Only – 6:15-7pm, Presidents Resource Center

Go behind the scenes with the CAC curators starting with a sneak peek at Prospect.4 with Andrea Andersson, Ph.D., The Helis Foundation Chief Curator of Visual Arts, followed by a preview of Go Forth performance with Laurie Uprichard, Senior Curator of Performing Arts. Plus, as a CAC member, you enjoy a free drink at all Second Thursdays.

Conversation – 6:30-8pm, Theater

Using James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son and The Fire Next Time as a framework, human rights activists Jodie Patterson and Tiq Milan come together to discuss how their personal experiences attest to the continued relevance of Baldwin's essays and how his analysis continues to remain critical for African American and LGBTQ+ communities. This conversation is in collaboration with the Amistad Research Center at Tulane University. Register here.

Performance – 7:30-9pm, Warehouse

Kaneza Schaal: GO FORTH (buy tickets)

Following the Louisiana Premiere of Go Forth, join the cast for a special toast and reception.

Poetry – 8-10pm, Atrium

During this special edition of Pass It On, national and regional poets come together to perform original works exploring how communities in the African Diaspora process death, mourning, and remembrance. Artists include Dominique Christina, Hollywood, iCon, Kataalyst Alcindor, Monica Spirit McIntyre, and Staceyann Chin.

Happy Hour 6–8 PM

Music: DJ Chinua

Food Truck: Afrodisiac Nola

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