Visual Arts

Friday Night at NOMA - Red Hot Brass Band and A Great Day in Harlem


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Join us for Where Y’Art?! on Friday, July 27th from 5pm to 9pm> Program includes:

5pm to 8pm: Art Making Activity
5:30pm to 8:30pm: Music by the Red Hot Brass Band
7pm: Art You Can Eat: Offbeat Sweet and Savory Desserts:Overlooked ingredients transformed into fabulous desserts: Brett Gauthier, Executive Pastry Chef: Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group (Reservations requested)
7:30pm: Screening: Jean Bach & Matthew Seig’s A Great Day In Harlem
About A Great Day in Harlem
Run Time: Approximately One Hour
Back in 1958 New York City clubs boasted nightly performances by the greatest players in jazz. Their music and their lives spanned four decades and linked styles and origins from across the country. This is the story of a moment from that era that brought dozens of these giants to a single frame.

A Great Day in Harlem is an hour-long documentary film that brings to life a remarkable moment in the history of jazz – a moment in which dozens of America’s jazz legends unexpectedly gathered together for a photograph that would become emblematic of the golden age of jazz. By illuminating this single, historic event, A Great Day in Harlem is a window to an unprecedented era in music history which addresses broader issues of creativity and community in our own time.

About Art You Can Eat
Café NOMA presents Art You Can Eat, a 12-week summer series featuring the artful culinary creations of Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group chefs and special guests. Fridays from June 8 to August 24, 2012, at 7 PM, chefs from Café NOMA, Ralph’s on the Park, Red Fish Grill, café b, and Heritage Grill will lead an interactive, educational, and delicious cooking event celebrating NOMA exhibitions and the culinary arts of New Orleans.

Art You Can Eat is an interactive demonstration of the tips and tricks behind classic and contemporary cooking, mixology and presentation, with special emphasis on professional techniques made easy.

All programming is included with Museum admission.



New Orleans Museum of Art

1 Collins Diboll Circle
New Orleans, LA 70124
(504) 658-4106


Regular admission: $10 adults; $8 seniors, students; military; $6 ages 7-17.


Friday July 27 (05:00 PM - 09:00 PM)