CULTURE. SCHOLARSHIP. COMMUNITY.

Art Exhibit New Perspectives and Musical Performance

For immediate release: September 1, 2017, Isidore Newman School | Arts, New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation

Newman Arts and the New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation in collaboration with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and the Consulate of Mexico are pleased to present

NEW PERSPECTIVES 

A groundbreaking intercultural arts experience that explores contemporary visual arts and music of Latin America during National Hispanic Heritage Month.

NEW PERSPECTIVES is an exhibition that brings together five Hispanic Contemporary Artists working in different mediums. Artists Gustavo Duque, Belinda Flores-Shinshillas, Carmen Mariscal, Piki Mendizabal, and Cristina Molina use different mediums to express a common nostalgia for tradition, loss, family, human relations, and memories in their art. These feelings are taken with them to their place of migration with a new perspective.

The Isidore Newman School Choir and musicians from the LPO will perform a repertoire of music that includes compositions by Silvestre Revueltas and traditional Mexican and Tango songs under the direction of the LPO’s Music Director Carlos Miguel Prieto.

NEW PERSPECTIVES will be held on October 24, 2017, in Reynolds Ryan Art Gallery and the Henson Auditorium at Isidore Newman School from 5:00 to 8:00 pm The opening artist’s reception will start at 5:00 pm followed by the concert at 7:00 pm New Perspectives will be on view through December 1, 2017.

As part of the program, visual art students at Newman will learn about the beauty of the Latin American culture by collaborating in the studio with visiting artists. The New Perspectives experience will conclude in a second exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the Consulate of Mexico in New Orleans, where Newman and Breakthrough New Orleans students will exhibit their inspired artwork in spring 2018.

For more information, please contact the Newman Arts Department at 504.896.6328 or the NOHHF Cultural Committee at 504.473.3075 or 985.259.1177.

 

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 —RAFFLE—

Cartier-Style Diamond and Gold Necklace

This is a gorgeous 14K yellow gold estate Cartier Panther-style necklace. It features a beautiful geometric link design and is centered with approximately 36 sparkling round-cut diamonds having an approximate total weight of 0.70 carats. The diamonds have an average color of “H-I” and an average clarity of “VS2”. The necklace measures 9 mm in width and 18 inches in length, and weighs 35.5 grams. This item will be raffled on the night of December 2nd at the 2017 Azúcar Ball. Tickets may be purchased at 501auctions.com/azucarball or directly from members of the 2017 Azúcar Ball Committee. Only 100 tickets will be sold. $75 per ticket.


2017 Scholars Ceremony

The New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation honored its 2017 scholars from the finest public, private and parochial schools in the New Orleans area, awarding 53 scholarships and providing the environment for the scholars and their families to meet their heads of schools and school counselors, as well as the members of the Board of Directors of the NOHHF and many friends and sponsors of the Foundation. 34 graduating seniors and 19 underclassmen from 17 participating local high schools were recognized at the 2017 ceremony and reception which took place at the Henson Auditorium of Isidore Newman School, in New Orleans, on April 26th.

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2017 Azúcar Ball

The 2017 Azúcar Ball promises to be a fantastic affair. Our most important fundraising event of the year will take place Saturday, December 2nd at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, 601 Loyola Avenue, starting with the Patron Party at 7:00PM and followed by a fun-filled Ball at 8:00PM. Great music, dancing, food from New Orleans’ finest restaurants, great silent auction, a unique raffle and much more. Mark your calendar!! Save-the-date cards are being sent out prior to the invitations.