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These are the best cultural venues in town based on their, FACILITIES and ARTISTIC QUALITY.
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Published: November  25, 2014

Newcomb Art Gallery

In 1996, the Newcomb Art Department completed an expansion and renovation that included the addition of the Newcomb Art Gallery, a 3,600 square foot exhibition facility dedicated to presenting first rate contemporary and historic exhibits to the Tulane University and New Orleans communities. Encompassing what is now the Woldenberg Art Center, the Gallery serves as a physical and symbolic bridge between the University’s Art Studio and Art History programs.

Though the founding faculty members believed an exhibition gallery should be an integral component of the College’s educational mission, it was also to serve the community by focusing national and international attention on Newcomb, New Orleans, and Louisiana as vital cultural centers. The Gallery’s mission aims to present high quality exhibitions that enhance the University’s curriculum, link the city and the University through a common interest in the arts, and bring intellectually stimulating cultural opportunities to the community that other governmental and academic institutions are unable to do. 

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Address :

Art Department Woldenberg Art Center New Orleans-Estados Unidos

Phone :

+1 504 8655328

Schedule :

Tuesday - Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday - Sunday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Published: November  25, 2014

Newcomb Art Gallery

In 1996, the Newcomb Art Department completed an expansion and renovation that included the addition of the Newcomb Art Gallery, a 3,600 square foot exhibition facility dedicated to presenting first rate contemporary and historic exhibits to the Tulane University and New Orleans communities. Encompassing what is now the Woldenberg Art Center, the Gallery serves as a physical and symbolic bridge between the University’s Art Studio and Art History programs.

Though the founding faculty members believed an exhibition gallery should be an integral component of the College’s educational mission, it was also to serve the community by focusing national and international attention on Newcomb, New Orleans, and Louisiana as vital cultural centers. The Gallery’s mission aims to present high quality exhibitions that enhance the University’s curriculum, link the city and the University through a common interest in the arts, and bring intellectually stimulating cultural opportunities to the community that other governmental and academic institutions are unable to do.