Two films from Post Coastal series set to premiere at New Orleans Film Festival
Refuge and Keepers of the Mound, part of the Post Coastal series, will have their world premiere at the New Orleans Film Festival. Both films explore how Louisiana's coastal communities are grappling with the crisis of land loss.
Refuge: October 14, Pyrtania Theatre; 5 PM
Keepers: October 18, Advocate Headquarters; 8:30 PM
Awarded artist's residency at A Studio in the Woods as a part of their Adaptation Series
Located on a bottomland hardwood forest on the Mississippi River bank within the city limits of New Orleans, A Studio in the Woods has an established record of pairing land preservation with intimate artist residencies centered on environmental challenges and connecting artists to the local community. Adaptations Residencies invite artists to examine how climate driven adaptations - large and small, historic and contemporary, cultural and scientific - are shaping our future.
Mossville awarded a Monroe Fellows Research grant from Tulane's New Orleans Center for the Gulf South
The Monroe Fellows Research Grants aim to promote research on the Gulf South—to explore the region’s rich history and culture and to place the Gulf South, including the areas of the Caribbean and Latin America with which it has been historically linked, in a larger national and international context.