Archive for April, 2011

Houma’s where the heart is…

Time
Saturday, April 30 · 4:00pm – 7:00pm

Location
Streets of Downtown Houma

 

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-LIVE MUSIC!
stage 1 (Memorial Park)
5:00 Ampathy (Acoustic performance)
6:00 Toastbeards
7:00 Don Puebla and the Shawls

Stage 2 (Roussell Street)
4:00 Clay Parker
6:00 Gabriel Deville of the Artisans
7:00 Everyday

-Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Bayouwalk
At 4pm with Terrebonne Parish officials in Memorial Park, Next to Bellelo’s Cafe

-7887 Main Street Open House
Formerly the old City Court Building, Recipient of 2009 Facade Grant

-Mural Unveiling
The Elks Lodge on Main Street Unveils a mural by Artist Hans Geist, Open for the Public to view from 4-9pm

-Gallery Reception
Recent works by artists Cory Blanchard, Brandon Champagne, and Lori Fonseca at the Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum,6-8pm

-Outdoor Movie
Begins at 8pm in Memorial Park outside the Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum; picnic blankets and lawnchairs welcome.

“Mr. Bill gives Shell the Bill”- mockumentary short by Walter Williams; “Oil Story” by Andrea Dupree with audio by Cosmic Reward; “La Terre Est Enflammée” music video for Isle Dernière featuring the Geaux Geaux Sheaux, by Andrea Dupree & Walter Williams; “Monsters” Video Art debut for Don Puebla and the Shawls by Andrea Dupree; “Big Bird’s Birthday”- stop motion video and digital transcription of Fisher-Price® Movie Viewer’s “Big Bird’s Birthday”© from 1971, By April Leonard & James Dupree.

This will be followed by a special screening of Glen Pitre’s Belizaire the Cajun to celebrate its 25th anniversary,. Come out and meet the filmmaker!

-Arts Walk
A variety of Artists will be displaying their works ranging from pottery to paintings throughout downtown from 4-9pm

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look what the bunny’s bringing

AVANT CINEMA – a multi media showcase of video installation and short form
> experimental, art and animated cinema on five screens.
>
> From the fascinating machinery propelling “…a Bike Porn” (A. Shirley) to
> the metaphysical musings of animated “Soul Cycle” (Y. Huron) and a
> bittersweet tale of lost love one summer in Coney Island (Coney Island
> USA, C. Butta), AVANT CINEMA reaches into the filmic depths with fifteen
> works of movie art that will excite, astonish, and delight audiences on
> April 24th 2011.
>
> Contributions of short films and video installation projects from artists
> around the country have been curated by Jocelyn Marquis, who also
> contributes her most recent works to the exhibition. Join us in the
> courtyard for the short film program. Three dedicated gallery spaces
> feature the video installations.
>
> Sunday April 24th, 2011 from 7PM – 9PM
> Royal Blend Cafe
> 621 Royal @ Toulouse – New Orleans 70130
> 504-523-2716

> $5 Suggested Donation
> Free Popcorn
> Coffee Drinks available for sale in the cafe
In the courtyard – films by Yuri Huron, SOUL CYCLE; Craig Butta, CONEY
ISLAND USA; Jocelyn Marquis, PLUSH; JR Fleming, DRIFT; Andrea Dupree,
VISIONS OF ATLANTIS; Ryan S Ballard, LOS VAQUEROS PUTREFACTOS; Jocelyn
Marquis, DIFFICULT DEATH (teaser); Lisa Stock, THE QUEEN OF WONDERLAND;
Simone Bailey, ELINORE BEAUREGARD; additional films by Hans Michaud and Cassidy Vare.
Three dedicated galleries feature Video Installations by Andrew Shirley:
“BASED ON A TRUE STORY” A BIKE PORN; Jocelyn Marquis: COLOR FILM DEUX; JR
Fleming: IT 
Due to mature content, this show is recommended for audiences 18 or over.

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