Join Slave Rebellion Reenactment on Friday, October 25, 6pm - 7:30pm at the Contemporary Arts Center, located at 900 Camp St. New Orleans for a free and open discussion with New York-based visual and performance artist Dread Scott, about his artistic practice and his latest collaborative project Slave Rebellion Reenactment.
Slave Rebellion Reenactment is a large-scale, community-engaged art performance and film project reimagining the largest rebellion of enslaved people in the United States. The performance will take place upriver from New Orleans, November 8 -9, 2019.
Learn more about Slave Rebellion Reenactment at www.slave-revolt.com.
Slave Rebellion Reenactment is presented by Antenna, a New Orleans based multi-arts organization, with support by many local organizations including RicRACK, Tulane’s New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, Xavier University, Community Book Center, and Junebug Productions. Funding for the project has been provided by Open Society Foundation, VIA Art Fund, Ford Foundation, Surdna Foundation, MAP Fund, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Nathan Cummings Foundation, A Blade of Grass, Art Matters, Givens Foundation for African American Literature, Andrew Porter, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Smack Mellon, Paige West, Cordy, Ethan, & William Ryman, Susan & Ralph Brennan, Manon Slome, Glenn F. Scotland, Mary Katherine Ford, and an incredible group of 500+ other individuals just like you.