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OG DE N MUS E UM O F S OUTHE RN ART

925 CAMP STREET NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130 OGDENMUSEUM.ORG 504.539.9650

THE OGDEN MUSEUM CENTER FOR SOUTHERN CRAFT & DESIGN PRESENTS THE ANNUAL

art of giving 11 A.M. TO 4 P.M.

NOVEMBER 30 & DECEMBER 7 & 14

A HOLIDAY SHOPPING EVENT WITH SOUTHERN CRAFTSMEN & VENDORS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

O G DEN MUSEUM O F S O UTHE RN A RT

2019 Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage PAID New Orleans, LA Permit No. 2675

OCTOBER TO DECEMBER

On t h e c o v e r : W i l l i a m Ch r i s t e n b e r r y, Go u rd Tre e n e a r Ak ro n , Al a b a ma ( de t a i l), 1 9 8 1 , Dy e - t r a n s fe r prin t, prin te d 1981, E x h ibit io n prin t, 16 x 20 i n c h e s , T h e E s t a t e o f W i l l i a m Ch r i s t e n b e r r y, Co u r t e s y o f He mp h i l l F i n e Ar t s P o s t e r : Ho r t o n Hu mb l e , T h e R a c e ( d e t a i l ) , 2 0 1 9 , Oi l o n c a n v a s wi t h pe n c i l , Co l l e c t i o n o f t h e a rt is t


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UPCOMING EVENTS

EXHIBITIONS

O WHAT A NIGHT!

ON VIEW UNTIL DECEMBER 8

ON VIEW UNTIL DECEMBER 8

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: CONNIE ROBERTS

ART OF THE CUP

CELEBRATING SOUTHERN ART + CULTURE ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

AUCTIONS + PRESENTATION OF THE OPUS AWARDS + DANCING

PATRON PARTY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2019

GALA DINNER

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2019

TICKETS & INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT OGDENMUSEUM.ORG OR CALL 504.539.9616

TEACHER WORKSHOP

MUSEUM STORE POP-UPS

C U R AT E D C O N V E R S AT I O N S

Connie Roberts’ work bridges the realms of fine art and folk art and tackles many subjects with sharp wit and unrestrained humor. Roberts creates carved wooden whistles influenced by nursery rhymes, cartoon images and political commentary. Roberts is prolific in her creative range of ideas, which also find their way into larger, complex sculptures with whistle components. /// Image courtesy of C o n n i e R o b e r t s

ON VIEW UNTIL J A N U A RY 5

ON VIEW UNTIL J A N U A RY 1 9

LOUISIANA CONTEMPORARY,

ELEPHANT NECKLACE: WORKS BY LYNDA BENGLIS

PRESENTED BY THE HELIS FOUNDATION

OCTOBER 1 - 31

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 5 - 7:30 P.M.

VINCENTE WEBER

EXPLORING MEMORY IS A STRANGE BELL: THE ART OF WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

NOVEMBER 1 - 30

This workshop will include a guided tour of the exhibition, original lessons plans designed to engage students in works on exhibition and dinner! FREE, but space is limited! Register now at ogdenmuseum.org and join Museum Educators to explore this important exhibition.

ABBEY KUHE

DECEMBER 1 - 31 CLAUDIA MCGRANE

View work available for purchase by contemporary Southern Artists in the Ogden Museum Store!

/// Photo by Ogden Museum staff

/// P h o t o c o u r t e s y o f V i n c e n t e W e b e r

B A B Y A RT S P L AY !

OCTOBER 15, NOVEMBER 5 & DECEMBER 10, 6 - 8 P.M.

OCTOBER 15: HALLOWEEN VAMPIRE MAKEUP WORKSHOP WITH INGRID VICTORIA NOVEMBER 5: SILICONE MOLD MAKING AND CASTING WITH CARLIE TROSCLAIR DECEMBER 10: INDIGO/SHIBORI DYE WITH AARON HEAD Join us at the O for drinks and crafts! $20 for members; $25 for non-members. Register at ogdenmuseum.org.

THURSDAYS, OCTOBER 17 NOVEMBER 21, 9:30 - 10 A.M.

Young Audiences Baby Artsplay! Presented by The Helis Foundation is the perfect opportunity for young children and their caregivers to enjoy an educational, yet fun-filled trip to the Museum. Six, 30-minute workshops allow children to explore, observe and investigate their world and the museum through song, dance and movement experiences. For ages 4 months to 3 years with a caretaker. Space is limited. Register for individual workshops at yabap.eventbrite.com. /// P h o t o c o u r t e s y o f Yo u n g Audiences

FILM SCREENINGS

F R E E FA M I LY D AY

NOVEMBER 5, DECEMBER 5 & JANUARY 9, 6 P.M.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 10 A.M. - 2 P.M.

PLACE OVER TIME: PERSPECTIVES OF THE SOUTH THROUGH FILM NOVEMBER 5: BURNING CANE DECEMBER 5: SHERMAN’S MARCH JANUARY 9: HANDS ON A HARDBODY

WITH LEVEL ARTIST COLLECTIVE OCTOBER 15: HORTON HUMBLE DECEMBER 10: CARL JOE WILLIAMS JANUARY 7: RONTHERIN RATLIFF

Join us for a series of conversations in the galleries of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art with the members of Level Artist Collective. Free and open to the public. /// C a r l J o e W i l l i a m s , S e l f P o r t r a i t o f t h e A r t i s t a s a an Essence, Clarence and Annie W illiams, the E a r l y Ye a r s ( d e t a i l ) , 2 0 1 9 , M i x e d m e d i a o n b o a r d , Collection of the artist

CRAFT HAPPY HOURS

/// Photo courtesy of Aaron Head

OCTOBER 15, DECEMBER 10 & JANUARY 7, 6 P.M.

CELEBRATING HOME

What does “home” mean to you? Visit the Ogden Museum and celebrate with a day of art activities and entertainment exploring themes of home and place. This event is free, open to the public and fun for the whole family! /// Photo by Ogden Museum Staff

A RT I S T WORKSHOPS

OCTOBER 26, NOVEMBER 23 & DECEMBER 14, 10 A.M. - 1 P.M.

Join us for a series of creative mornings exploring Ogden Museum exhibitions. Each workshop will incorporate a short meditation practice prior to an in-depth art making experience. All materials will be provided. For adults 18 and up. $40 member; $45 non-member per workshop. Advance registration required at ogdenmuseum.org. /// Photo by Ashley Lorraine

Strahan, Survived (detail), 2019, Acrylic, oil, h a n d m a d e p a p e r, 2 4 ” x 2 4 ” , C o l l e c t i o n o f t h e artist

Presenting Sponsor: PACE Gallery

Since the 1960s, Lynda Benglis has employed a variety of materials including beeswax, latex, vaporized metals and ceramic to explore the physicality of form. Benglis’ ELEPHANT NECKLACE series is a body of hand-wrought, glazed ceramic curls that the artist correlates with the blownout tires of tractor trailer transports strewn on the sides of countless American highways. / / / L y n d a B e n g l i s , Elephant Necklace, 14 of 20, 2017, Cast bronze, 8.5 x 11 x 10.5 inches, Museum purchase with fund provided in honor of Allison Kendrick

OCTOBER 5 TO MARCH 1

OCTOBER 5 TO MARCH 1

LEVEL ARTIST COLLECTIVE

MEMORY IS A STRANGE BELL

VIP Opening Reception: Thursday, October 3, 6 - 8 p.m. (Please see RSVP information on your invitation.) Opening Reception: Saturday, October 5, 6 - 9 p.m. during Art for Art’s Sake In 2015, Level Artist Collective was formed by Ana Hernandez, Horton Humble, Rontherin Ratliff, John Isiah Walton and Carl Joe Williams. As five artists of color with deep ties to the city of New Orleans, Level Artist Collective developed with the intent of creating a platform to promote, support and sustain their cooperative voice and vision. This exhibition, primarily comprised of new work, presents a distinctly New Orleans narrative to the larger contemporary art dialogue through fiercely independent studio practices. /// Ana Hernandez, Those who dwell in the Wa t e r s ( d e t a i l ) , 2 0 1 9 , A c r y l i c , h o u s e p a i n t , g e l medium on canvas

THE ART OF WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

Major Sponsor: Belger Foundation VIP Opening Reception: Thursday, October 3, 6 - 8 p.m. (Please see RSVP information on your invitation.) Opening Reception: Saturday, October 5, 6 - 9 p.m. during Art for Art’s Sake Although widely known as a pioneering master of color photography as an art form, Christenberry was a multifaceted artist – utilizing painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, found object assemblage and installations to weave a deeply personal narrative with universal relevance. Memory is a Strange Bell: The Art of William Christenberry explores the role of remembrance, place and the passage of time in the artist’s work. / / / W i l l i a m C h r i s t e n b e r r y, G h o s t F o r m , 1 9 9 4 , M i x e d m e d i a w i t h H a l e C o u n t y r e d c l a y, Gift of the Roger Houston Ogden Collection

OCTOBER 12 TO NOVEMBER 17

DECEMBER 7 TO F E B R U A RY 9

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2 - 3 P.M.

ARTISTS AND SENSE OF PLACE RESIDENCY EXHIBITION

PHOTONOLA CURRENTS

ON THE LEVEL: A PANEL DISCUSSION FEATURING LEVEL ARTIST COLLECTIVE

Join us for a panel discussion with the artists of Level Artist Collective moderated by Ogden Museum Curator of the Collection, Bradley Sumrall. Free with Museum admission. /// P h o t o c o u r t e s y o f L e v e l A r t i s t C o l l e c t i v e

courtesy of t he New Orleans Film Society

G A L L E RY TA L K

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art first launched Louisiana Contemporary, Presented by The Helis Foundation, in 2012, to establish a vehicle that would bring to the fore the work of artists living in Louisiana and highlight the dynamism of art practice throughout the state. The 2019 edition includes 23 artists and 44 works of art, spanning painting, photography, sculpture, works on paper and mixed-media installation. / / / J e s s i c a

PA N E L DISCUSSION

Join us for a three part film series co-presented by the Ogden Museum and the New Orleans Film Society exploring the South over time. Free for New Orleans Film Society and Ogden Museum members. /// Photo

RECEPTION & J U R O R ’ S TA L K

The Ogden Museum Center for Southern Craft & Design presents its 12th annual invitational exhibition, Art of the Cup. Prominently installed among the main galleries of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the exhibition features cups and teapots by world-class Southern ceramicists, which are also available for purchase. / / / C u p b y R e y H a n s e n

W I N T E R H O L I D AY CAMP

Since 2001, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s residency program, Artist and Sense of Place, has paired professional artists with local schools to explore the history, practices, and identity of the student’s world. Working with elementary school children in the medium of the artist’s choice, the artist spends three weeks with students exploring the influence of geography and sense of place. Upon completion of the residency, the students visit the Museum to view their finished works of art. This exhibition will showcase artwork created by students from Woodmere Elementary School in collaboration with artist Gina Phillips. The exhibition will be displayed in the Education Gallery on the third floor.

Opening Reception and Juror’s Talk : Friday, December 13, 5 - 7 p.m. PhotoWALK: Friday, December 13, 7 - 9 p.m.

CURRENTS is an annual exhibition which highlights the diverse photographic work being created by New Orleans Photo Alliance members. Established in 2009, CURRENTS was designed as a showcase exhibition, featuring multiple images per selected photographer, to offer an overview of contemporary photographic practices and projects. /// ©Priya Kambli, Mami and Sisters

OGDEN AFTER HOURS • #HEARTHESOUTH Don’t miss out on our weekly entertainment series, held every Thursday from 6 - 8 p.m.!

OCTOBER 3: KRISTEN DIABLE 10: SOUL BRASS BAND 17: DARA TUCKER 24: LAWRENCE SIEBERTH WITH DICKIE LANDRY 31: SLEAZEBALL ORCHESTRA

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 5 - 7 P.M.

CURRENTS is an annual exhibition which was initiated to highlight the contemporary photographic work created by New Orleans Photo Alliance Members. Join us for a reception and juror’s talk celebrating the opening of the exhibition. This event is free and open to the public. /// P h o t o b y O g d e n M u s e u m S t a f f

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 12 - 1 P.M.

MEMORY IS A STRANGE BELL: THE ART OF WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY

Join Ogden Museum Curator of Photography, Richard McCabe, for a discussion on the Ogden Museum’s current exhibition, Memory is a Strange Bell: The Art of William Christenberry. /// House and Car, Near Akron (detail), 1978 © 1978 William Christenberry

DECEMBER 26 & 27 AND JANUARY 2 & 3, 9 A.M. - 3 P.M. FOR STUDENTS IN 2ND - 5TH GRADES

Hang out at Ogden Museum over Winter Break! Spend the day looking at, talking about and making art with a team of creative teaching artists and educators. Campers will explore the galleries and try their hand at drawing, painting, collage, sculpture and much more. Each day will explore different works of art and feature new projects. $45 member per day; $50 non-member per day. Register at ogdenmuseum.org. /// P h o t o b y O g d e n M u s e u m Staff

D O C E N T- L E D T O U R S

Drop-in Docent-led tours are available every Thursday and on the first Saturday of the month at 2 p.m. Tours are free with Museum admission. To schedule a private tour email education@ogdenmuseum.org. Come See the South!

NOVEMBER 7: KEITH BURNSTEIN’S KETTLE BACK 14: JOHNNY J AND THE HITMEN 21:ROD PICOTT 28: NO OAH: HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

DECEMBER 5: FILM SCREENING: BURNING CANE 12: EXTENDED 19: MIKE DOUSSAN 26: ROLAND GUERIN

JOIN THE O • #SEETHESOUTH ALL YEAR LONG! Experience the South through exclusive member privileges including unlimited free admission, private exhibition previews, discounted admission tickets for guests, discounts at the Ogden Museum Store and so much more! Memberships start at just $60 (individual). Join today at ogdenmuseum.org or call 504.539.9616.

To support our exhibitions as a Host Committee donor, please contact 504.539.9616 or email development@ogdenmuseum.org. Programming is supported by The Helis Foundation, the Goldring Family Foundation, the Ogden Family Foundation, the Woldenberg Foundation, the City of New Orleans | Edward Wisner Donation, a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans as administered by the Arts Council of New Orleans, and by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works.

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