Apr
25
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Apr
27
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

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Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)
Apr
29
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)

Our kids brass jam is doing more than brass these days with Clifford McPeek as our music director and Patrick Driscoll leading percussion! Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest. Register your kids for an 8-week session starting March 11 every Monday 4:30 to 6 PM. Email: reese.artklub@gmail.com

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Open Call for Artists! MAWA/Art Klub Residency Exchange
Apr
30
11:59 PM23:59

Open Call for Artists! MAWA/Art Klub Residency Exchange

NEW APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 30, 2019 at Midnight! Would you like to spend 2-4 weeks in residence in Winnipeg, Canada, in the context of a vibrant feminist visual arts centre? Art Klub is currently accepting applications for the MAWA/Art Klub residency exchange program. Women and non-binary visual artists at all stages of their careers are encouraged to apply. Equal consideration will be given to emerging and established artists. APPLY HERE

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May
2
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Kids Brass Jam (Showcase Rehearsal 1 of 3)
May
6
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Showcase Rehearsal 1 of 3)

To prepare for several upcoming concerts, including the final Showcase Concert at the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Thursday May 23 at 6pm with the Preservation Hall All Stars, we are scheduling 3 additional rehearsals on May 6, 13 & 20. Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest.

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May
9
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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May
11
7:00 PM19:00

The Soapbox Collective "How Ya Livin"

Join us EVERY 2nd Saturday in the St. Roch neighborhood for a special performing and exhibiting artist series dedicated to the mental health and well-being of African American men and boys in New Orleans. You can come and enjoy or you can step up on the soapbox and showcase your skills. There will be incentives for those who sign up to share.

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Kids Brass Jam (Showcase Rehearsal 2 of 3)
May
13
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Showcase Rehearsal 2 of 3)

To prepare for several upcoming concerts, including the final Showcase Concert at the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Thursday May 23 at 6pm with the Preservation Hall All Stars, we are scheduling 3 additional rehearsals on May 6, 13 & 20. Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest.

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May
14
7:00 PM19:00

Gulf Coast Playwrights Meet-and-Read (May)

Gulf Coast Dramatist Guild Playwrights Meet and Reads are monthly gatherings in which playwrights bring their works-in-progress to read aloud for feedback from a group of peers. Generally sections between 10-30 pages are read by participating writers. We ask that playwrights attend at least one monthly meeting before signing up to bring in pages of their plays for a reading. Monthly meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm at Art Klub.

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May
16
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Kids Brass Jam (Showcase Rehearsal 3 of 3)
May
20
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Showcase Rehearsal 3 of 3)

To prepare for several upcoming concerts, including the final Showcase Concert at the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Thursday May 23 at 6pm with the Preservation Hall All Stars, we are scheduling 3 additional rehearsals on May 6, 13 & 20. Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest.

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May
23
10:30 AM10:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Soapbox Collective "How Ya Livin"

Join us EVERY 2nd Saturday in the St. Roch neighborhood for a special performing and exhibiting artist series dedicated to the mental health and well-being of African American men and boys in New Orleans. You can come and enjoy or you can step up on the soapbox and showcase your skills. There will be incentives for those who sign up to share.

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Jul
13
7:00 PM19:00

The Soapbox Collective "How Ya Livin"

Join us EVERY 2nd Saturday in the St. Roch neighborhood for a special performing and exhibiting artist series dedicated to the mental health and well-being of African American men and boys in New Orleans. You can come and enjoy or you can step up on the soapbox and showcase your skills. There will be incentives for those who sign up to share.

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Aug
10
7:00 PM19:00

The Soapbox Collective "How Ya Livin"

Join us EVERY 2nd Saturday in the St. Roch neighborhood for a special performing and exhibiting artist series dedicated to the mental health and well-being of African American men and boys in New Orleans. You can come and enjoy or you can step up on the soapbox and showcase your skills. There will be incentives for those who sign up to share.

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Sep
14
7:00 PM19:00

The Soapbox Collective "How Ya Livin"

Join us EVERY 2nd Saturday in the St. Roch neighborhood for a special performing and exhibiting artist series dedicated to the mental health and well-being of African American men and boys in New Orleans. You can come and enjoy or you can step up on the soapbox and showcase your skills. There will be incentives for those who sign up to share.

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Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)
Apr
22
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)

Our kids brass jam is doing more than brass these days with Clifford McPeek as our music director and Patrick Driscoll leading percussion! Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest. Register your kids for an 8-week session starting March 11 every Monday 4:30 to 6 PM. Email: reese.artklub@gmail.com

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Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)
Apr
15
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)

Our kids brass jam is doing more than brass these days with Clifford McPeek as our music director and Patrick Driscoll leading percussion! Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest. Register your kids for an 8-week session starting March 11 every Monday 4:30 to 6 PM. Email: reese.artklub@gmail.com

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Apr
13
7:00 PM19:00

The Soapbox Collective "How Ya Livin"

Join us EVERY 2nd Saturday in the St. Roch neighborhood for a special performing and exhibiting artist series dedicated to the mental health and well-being of African American men and boys in New Orleans. You can come and enjoy or you can step up on the soapbox and showcase your skills. There will be incentives for those who sign up to share.

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Apr
13
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Apr
13
11:30 AM11:30

Kimmie and Joe's Rhythm Lab

Love rhythm and the freedom of improvisation? We want to workshop with you! Through an improvisational approach, this lab will dissect and expand on simple rhythmic ideas. Open to tap dancers, musicians of any instrument, and rhythm makers (so....everyone!) So bring your ax and come play, we'll make something truly unique!

View Event →
Apr
9
7:00 PM19:00

Gulf Coast Playwrights Meet-and-Read (April)

Gulf Coast Dramatist Guild Playwrights Meet and Reads are monthly gatherings in which playwrights bring their works-in-progress to read aloud for feedback from a group of peers. Generally sections between 10-30 pages are read by participating writers. We ask that playwrights attend at least one monthly meeting before signing up to bring in pages of their plays for a reading. Monthly meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm at Art Klub.

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Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)
Apr
8
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)

Our kids brass jam is doing more than brass these days with Clifford McPeek as our music director and Patrick Driscoll leading percussion! Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest. Register your kids for an 8-week session starting March 11 every Monday 4:30 to 6 PM. Email: reese.artklub@gmail.com

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Apr
6
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen

The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)
Apr
1
4:30 PM16:30

Kids Brass Jam (Spring Session)

Our kids brass jam is doing more than brass these days with Clifford McPeek as our music director and Patrick Driscoll leading percussion! Still supported by @threadheadfoundation, Griffin Family Foundation, @preservationhall and @nolajazzmuseum - and newly supported by @HashHouseHarriers @reddressrun & @jazzfest. Register your kids for an 8-week session starting March 11 every Monday 4:30 to 6 PM. Email: reese.artklub@gmail.com

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Mar
31
3:00 PM15:00

"Reunion" Premiere (Dance for Social Change 2019 Fest Event)

DG Uprising, our high school youth dance company, will premiere their new multidisciplinary performance piece, Reunion, as the culminating event of the DSC festival. The performance combines contemporary, hip hop dance, and spoken word to create a performative reflection, exploring the current effects of gentrification and historical patterns of displacement in New Orleans.

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Mar
30
3:00 PM15:00

"Reunion" Premiere (Dance for Social Change 2019 Fest Event)

DG Uprising, our high school youth dance company, will premiere their new multidisciplinary performance piece, Reunion, as the culminating event of the DSC festival. The performance combines contemporary, hip hop dance, and spoken word to create a performative reflection, exploring the current effects of gentrification and historical patterns of displacement in New Orleans.

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Mar
30
12:30 PM12:30

Movement Research with Natalie Cohen (@ Dancing Grounds This Week Only!)

SAT MAR 30 CLASS IS AT DANCING GROUNDS! The material is inspired by the Axis Syllabus principles for motor skills which is derived from different sciences such as anatomy, physics and bio-mechanics. We will investigate the body's function in movement and research and fine tune our understanding of the human body, it's organization, and it's optimal function in dynamic and quotidian movement. Classes will focus on different weekly topics such as Gait -mechanics, spiral lines, landing and launching pads, spinal mechanics, motor masses, rhythm and more!

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