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NFTs are like art, but nice and fratty.

FULLABALOO | Tulane Business School NFT Gallery review

Miss Thing 1, Beta Boy Eater April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only. In a new exhibit in the A. B. Freeman Business School, students have put...

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Where We Are: Tulane Contemporary.5 evokes shared experience

Michal Rahabi, Associate Arcade Editor March 8, 2022

On Wednesday, Feb. 23, The Woldenberg Art Center concluded its latest exhibition: “Where We Are: Tulane Contemporary.5,” an exhibit with a thematic approach to nostalgia and the subconscious. Created...

Separating artists from their art is no easy task.

OPINION | Killing Harry Potter

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor December 1, 2021

Death of the Author is a literary theory which argues that an author’s intentions cease to matter the moment their work is published — nothing about the author’s personal life matters when analyzing...

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“Prospect 5” showcases individual, collective consciousness

Michal Rahabi, Contributing Reporter October 27, 2021

On Oct. 23, the Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans unveiled their latest exhibition, “Prospect 5: Yesterday we said tomorrow.” P.5 is the fifth edition of Prospect New Orleans, a citywide...

OPINION | Tulane film department requires modernization

OPINION | Tulane film department requires modernization

Abe Messing, Contributing Writer March 24, 2021

Enrolling in a film class initially feels kind of like getting away with something, sort of how being a Moviepass subscriber in 2018 felt — excited to watch a bunch of movies, but still slightly...

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Enjoy art safely with these Ogden events

Sylvie Kirsch, Contributing Writer March 17, 2021

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art — located just three miles from Tulane’s Uptown campus —  has been offering a wide variety of engaging activities and exhibits throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.    This...

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Tulane graduate makes mark as NOLA artist

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor February 3, 2021

Brandon Surtain graduated from Tulane in the spring of 2020 with a master’s of architecture as well as a master’s of sustainable real estate development, but these are not the only interests he...

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Mardi Gras posters offer tradition in unusual year

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor January 27, 2021

Carnival season in New Orleans — culminating with the celebration of Mardi Gras on Fat Tuesday — is a time where art takes the center stage, whether that be through parades or posters around the city....

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Experiencing the NOLA art scene during COVID

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor January 20, 2021

New Orleans is a city known for its vibrant culture, which is often shown throughout the numerous art exhibitions in the city. In the wake of COVID-19, however, many museums and galleries have had...

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Event Spotlight: Art for Art’s Sake

Hannah May-Powers, Arcade Editor October 7, 2020

It would be impossible to quantify the cultural impact that the city of New Orleans has had on artists. Not only does the city inspire artists who live here, but plenty of artists from around the world...

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Seniors in art departments faced with new challenges

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor May 2, 2020

The Tulane Hullabaloo is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Tulane University. Consider subscribing today to support our mission. As the semester comes to a close, so does the undergraduate...

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Brace for BUKU 2020

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor February 26, 2020

Mardi Gras may have ended, but don’t fret — the upcoming BUKU Music + Art Project guarantees that the party won’t be ending any time soon here in New Orleans.  The festival will be returning...

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