PhotoNOLA 2021 is here! The 16th annual celebration of photography is December 8-12. Several events are happening both in-person and virtually, including an opening reception, the Virtual PhotoBOOK Fair, workshops, exhibitions and exhibition openings, artist talks, and more! As part of the PhotoNOLA line-up of events, New Orleans Photo Alliance presented two new exhibitions: The … Continue reading December at NOPA: PhotoNOLA 2021 is here!
Katherine Longly, featured artist in this month’s BookLENS, lives and works in Brussels and graduated in photography, communications, and anthropology. Her projects often start with a very specific question. Behind these questions lies a desire to understand a social phenomenon. And humor is not excluded. Longly pays special attention to actively involve people she works … Continue reading October 2021 BookLENS: Katherine Longly
New Orleans Photo Alliance will be exhibiting two shows the month of November, 2021. In addition to our GiveNOLA show, Critters!, NOPA will be hosting another Member Pushpin Show. Both shows will be on display November 6-28. Our current fall 2021 juried exhibition, Remember the Darkroom?, has been extended through October 29. Opening Reception: Saturday, … Continue reading November at NOPA: Critters! and Fall 2021 Member Pushpin
Saturdays, October 2-23, 1-4 pmNew Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery & Resource Center7800 Oak Street, New Orleans LA New Orleans Photo Alliance Resource Center will be hosting a four week workshop on black and white film photography and darkroom printing. This workshop will be led by Dr. Leslie Parr, professor of photography at Loyola University. Limited … Continue reading Introduction to Film Photography with Leslie Parr, October 2-23, 2021
In this August’s BookLENS, PhotoBOOK Fair team member, photographer, and columnist Jonathan Blaustein interviews renown actor, musician, and photographer Jeff Bridges: Jeff Bridges is more than an actor, or an artist. For Americans of a certain generation, the 1998 Coen Brothers’ film “The Big Lebowski” is a cultural touchstone, much as Baby Boomers worshiped “The … Continue reading August 2021 BookLENS: Jeff Bridges
Featured image: New Harmony Sophomore Kayln Jackson talking about her working during the opening reception for What is Harmony. Photo by Nic Aziz As part of our on going collaboration with New Harmony High School and the New Orleans Museum of Art, NOPA coordinated a project to with local students to explore the fundamentals of … Continue reading “What Is Harmony?” at City Park Through August 2021
For this month’s BookLENS, former NOPA president and creative nomad, Sesthasak Boonchai is interviewing Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel about their recently published book: Electronic Landscapes: Music, Space and Resistance in Detroit. Electronic Landscapes: Music, Space and Resistance in Detroit (EL) celebrates Detroit’s techno, house and hip-hop musicians who construct home studios, renovate buildings and sustain … Continue reading July 2021 BookLENS: Isaac Diggs + Edward Hillel
For this month’s BookLENS, we are welcoming Jonathan Blaustein as a guest reviewer. Jonathan is an artist, writer, and educator based in Taos, New Mexico. He has exhibited his work widely in galleries and museums in the US, and in festivals in Europe as well. His photographs reside in several important … Continue reading June 2021 BookLENS: Kristin Bedford