Ashé Cultural Arts Center1712 Oretha Castle Haley, New Orleans
Paseos Por New Orleans is a bilingual exhibit and oral history project\r\npresenting portraits of Latina/o cultural activists living in Southeast\r\nLouisiana. What does it mean to be Latino/a in Louisiana? How is\r\nLatin American cultural heritage celebrated and transformed in Louisiana? What\r\ncan we learn about our neighbors and ourselves in un paseo (a stroll, a\r\nwalk, an excursion, a journey)?
The\r\nExhibit - The\r\nPaseos\r\nPor New Orleans poster exhibit will debut at the Ashé Cultural Arts\r\nCenter from September 20 to October 25, 2013 in honor of Hispanic Heritage\r\nMonth, and in anticipation of a portion the African Presence in México\r\nExhibit from the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago being on display at\r\nAshé from November 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014.
FOR MORE INFORMATION contact: Nikki Thanos
The\r\ncreation of the Paseos Por New Orleans exhibit was made possible through\r\nsupport from the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, the\r\nNational Park Service, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation and\r\nLouisiana State University. The oral\r\nhistories created during this project will be archived at the T. Harry Williams\r\nCenter for Oral History at LSU and the Latin American Library at Tulane\r\nUniversity.