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The Power of Resistance at UNO Gallery

Political, radical, incendiary: such has been Dread Scott’s artistic practice for the past thirty years, with works that bridge art and activism by intimately connecting the visual with the social. Through mediums ranging from street performance to video, photography, and printmaking, Dread Scott confronts injustices head-on, raisng the uncomfortable question of social responsibility. Curated by...More Please

Artist Talk with Dread Scott

Join us Monday, September 30th at 2:30pm for a discussion with New York based visual and performance artist, Dread Scott about his artistic practice and his latest collaborative project Slave Rebellion Reenactment, a large-scale, community-engaged art performance & film project reimagining the largest rebellion of enslaved people in the United States. The performance will take...More Please

Sewing Circle @ Costume Workspace

You can participate in the production of costumes for the re-enactors by attending a sewing circle. At these events, participants of all levels can develop their sewing skills, socialize, and learn more about the project. Workshops are free to attend and are open both to members of the army as well as allies who would...More Please

Sewing Circle @ Costume Workspace

You can participate in the production of costumes for the re-enactors by attending a sewing circle. At these events, participants of all levels can develop their sewing skills, socialize, and learn more about the project. Workshops are free to attend and are open both to members of the army as well as allies who would...More Please

Raising Cain

Dedicated to Victoria, Peggy, Lucy, Suzette, Francoise, Marie Rose and the other unnamed women of the 1811 “rising.” by kai lumumba barrow  Raising Cain celebrates the role of enslaved women in the 1811 German Coast Slave Uprising. Using Community Book Center as a symbolic “hush harbor,” the window installation recalls the field as a site for clandestine planning...More Please

Slave Rebellion Reenactment featured in Vanity Fair

Read the full article at VanityFair.com On a cloudy March afternoon, I climbed a levee in Montz, Louisiana, with the artist Dread Scott. The wind was whipping, and muddy water streamed through an open dam into the Bonnet Carré Spillway. The area, once home to sprawling riverfront plantations, is now dedicated to wildlife and recreation. But...More Please