FINE BLACK LINES — Adjunct professor Patrick Coll helps to install a piece titled "The Nameless," by artist Hew Locke on the walls of the Newcomb Gallery on the Tulane University uptown campus. The installation, constructed with over 1,500 feet of black yacht rope, is part of Prospect.3, a city-wide art event beginning Saturday (Oct. 25). A pre-opening party takes place Thursday (Oct. 24) evening, from 5–7 p.m. in the Newcomb Gallery. Other artists included in the show are Monir Farmanfarmaian, Andrea Fraser and Ebony G. Patterson.
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|Prospect.3: Notes for Now Reception||10/23/2014|
|Jazz at the Rat featuring Ashlin Parker and Trumpet Mafia||10/23/2014|
|Lounge Presents: Queer People of Color Discussion and Workshop||10/23/2014|
|The Vorhoff Library and Newcomb Archives present A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper||10/24/2014|
|SeLebrating Sierra Leone||10/24/2014|
|Thinking on the Page: Women in Biography and Memoir||10/25/2014|
|Newcomb Film Series: The New Black||10/27/2014|
|Prospect 3: Notes for Now||10/28/2014|
Friday, Oct. 24, 7 – 10 p.m.
Imaginary Frenz will play a benefit concert at the House of Blues 225 Decatur St. in the French Quarter to raise awareness and support for the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Join Tulane University School of Medicine students who are organizing the fete for a night of music — rock, funk, soul, country and ballads to name a few — along with dancing and food. There will be a silent auction, raffles and other surprises. For tickets, email or call the House of Blues at 504-310-4999. Already booked that night? Supporters may donate online.
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