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IdeasCity New Orleans

Free and open to the public

Bell Artspace Campus Great Hall & Lawn

2100 Ursulines Avenue, Tremé, New Orleans, LA

IdeasCity New Orleans will culminate in a high-profile public program on April 20, 2019, featuring conversations, artist talks, prototypes, and demos by an array of local and internationally acclaimed cultural agents whose work engages the forces that define our cities including Black Thought, Kate Orff, Imani Perry, Franklin Leonard, Gia Hamilton, Stephanie McKee, Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts, Austin Allen, Anne Rolfes, Sue Mobley, Bryan C. Lee, Beth Coleman, Marshall Brown, Katey Red, and LOT-EK, among others.

Featured performances by local musicians and performing artists will occur throughout the day, curated by Junebug Productions’ Homecoming Project, a community-based storytelling performance series maintaining the relationship between culture and social change in New Orleans.

IdeasCity Fellows’ projects will occupy and transform the Bell ArtSpace Campus and the grounds of the New Orleans African American Museum in Tremé— the oldest surviving Black community in the United States.

Saturday’s festival is presented in collaboration with media partner PIN-UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment.

Check out the detailed schedule for the day here