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Artist and owner of Aquarium Gallery in New Orleans, Jacob "Reptile" Martin, shares with us the fun of his work which utilize all the skills, materials, and then some that he has acquired along the way.

 

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My Voice After the Storm

BY REBECCA REBOUCHÉ
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

In a story time fashion, artist Rebecca Rebouché, shares with us her process of how she has evolved from her earlier works influenced by her southern Louisiana roots, depicting elements of life in the south to only find her true voice after returning to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

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Reinvention, Renewal, Refinement of Self

BY TRACEY SHERRY
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

For Tracey Sherry the path of reinvention, renewal and refinement has been anything but a straight line.  Her journey has weaved back and forth between music, science, and education to lead her to where she is today as the “volunteer” managing director of another non-profit the Birdfoot Festival here in New Orleans, which celebrates vibrant art form of chamber music.

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Art as a Tool for Environmentalism

BY PIPPIN FRISBIE-CALDER
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

Wetland artist, Pippin Frisbie-Calder shares with us how her past has influenced her path back to New Orleans and becoming a wetland artist.

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Impact of Industrial Disasters

BY BREONNE DEDECKER
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

Darin Acosta & Breonne DeDecker have been working together on various art, media and research projects in the Gulf south since they were teenagers.   In this presentation, they begin to define and discuss the impact of industrial disasters in terms of flash point, short term effects and the long term slow moving disasters and its impact to re-shape, re-configure and re-invent our physical environment.

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Impact of Industrial Disasters

BY DARIN ACOSTA
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

Darin Acosta & Breonne DeDecker have been working together on various art, media and research projects in the Gulf south since they were teenagers.   In this presentation, they begin to define and discuss the impact of industrial disasters in terms of flash point, short term effects and the long term slow moving disasters and its impact to re-shape, re-configure and re-invent our physical environment.

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Changing Society’s View about Math

BY KELLEY JOHNSON
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

In this presentation Kelley Johnson, a mathematician, begins to share a more nuanced perspective of math and its rich, diverse history and beauty to change soms of the negative connotation of math.

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Revival of Fortified Wines in America

BY SALVATORE AGNELLO
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

Bartender Salvatore Agnello shares with us a bit of history and the artistry of fortified wines and his take on why they are worth revisiting and trying.

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Old Weird America

BY JOHNNY DILKS
@ VOL 16 ON APR 08, 2015

Musician Johnny Dicks share with us how all his hobbies and passions from his past, from fishing as a child, to studying fine art, to a fortuitous trip to a record store has converged to lead him to what he is currently passionate about and doing, restoring antique American furniture and then some.

 

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