Please join us at Mosquito Supper Club,3824 Dryades St. February 13th 6-9pm. Food and booze provided.
Opening reception Friday, February 8th 6-10pm. Exhibition will be on show through March 3rd, weekends 12-5pm and by appointment. 4037 St. Claude Ave. Gallery info here.
“Embedded in the southern landscape are complicated narratives and dark histories, interwoven and overlapping in their themes. God’s Country: The Territory Ahead examines how landscape has the power to define identity, and how identity of place is often tied to the land itself. Over the course of five years, Southerly Gold ventured across the state of Louisiana creating a record of place, of stories stumbled upon, and a documentation of relics accessible to any wandering traveler or curious eye. The Territory Ahead is an ode to this region: to the industry and resources that are beholden to the land; to the people and places that have suffered and sacrificed in the name of prosperity; to the complex identity of place that arises in the intermingling of potential versus reality.”
My collective Southerly Gold is now a member of the artist-run gallery/ art space Good Children. More details soon, but we are so grateful to be amongst some incredible artists on GC’s roster.
So pleased to announce that a number of STEWARDS hard copies are now available in the following zine libraries: ABC No Rio Zine Library, St. Louis Public Library, Auckland Public Library (New Zealand), Austin Public Library, Denver Zine Library, Olympia Zine Library, Albuquerque Zine Library, New Orleans Public Library. More additions soon!
I’m pleased to announce my collective Southerly Gold will be showing three pieces from our series God’s Country at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s Louisiana Contemporary. Opening August 4th, on show through November 4th.
I’ll be teaching a workshop at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art for absolute beginners. More info here.
In conjunction with my oral history and portrait project STEWARDS, I will be cohosting the incredible, nomadic storytelling BYO. This month’s theme is “A Queen Within” and half of the storytellers hail from STEWARDS project. Info here.
STEWARDS is an investigation to South Louisiana women, the intentional space they create, and the intersection with healing. Book, and accompanying launch, TBD in early May.
In conjunction with the museum’s exhibitions The Colorful South and William Eggleston’s Troubled Waters, I’ll be facilitating a color photography workshop will teach participants how to make aesthetic choices to create visual themes, convey emotions, and tell stories within their images. More info here.
I will be teaching digital photography techniques at Mobile Museum of Art. This is a continuation of my previous beginner’s class in conjunction with curator Richard McCabe’s Contemporary Alabama Photography exhibition. More info here.