• La Femme

    La Femme

    Curated Show by Don Marshal at the New Orleans Art Center
    March 12 - April 3rd, 2016

  • 7 on 7

    7 on 7

    Opening reception: Jan 09, 2016, 6:00pm - 10:00pm

    7 on 7

    Featuring work by:

    Angel
    ArtSoulLife
    Ashley Teamer
    Ben Fox-McCord
    Christopher Bunch
    Ernest Joshua Littles
    Generic Art Solutions
    Jer’Lisa Devezin
    John Isiah Walton
    Muffin Bernstein
    Pat Phillips
    Peter Hoffman
    Tina Lugo
    Wendo

    Opening time/Exhibition Dates – January 9th 6pm-10pm/ January 9 – February 7

    7 on 7 is a themed exhibition based on the 7 deadly vices and 7 heavenly virtues that we are all familiar with in films, literature such as Canterbury tales, and other media. The exhibition features 14 artist , nationally and locally, each depicting one of the vices or virtues in their preferred medium.

    pictured above is Adios, Goddess of Humility, Archival Print by Muffin Bernstein

  • Silent Spring at the Algiers Public Library

    Silent Spring at the Algiers Public Library

    Muffin Bernstein: Silent Spring
    December 8 – 27, 2015
    Artist Talk & Honey Tasting: Tuesday, Dec 22, 5-6pm
    Algiers Regional Library
    3014 Holiday Drive
    New Orleans, LA 70131
    504-596-2641
    Hours: Monday - Thursday 10am-7pm; Saturday 10am-5pm

    The Algiers Regional Library is pleased to present Silent Spring by Muffin Bernstein in conjunction with PhotoNOLA 2015.

  • Coastal Play at the Anba Dlo Festival October 2015

    Coastal Play at the Anba Dlo Festival October 2015

    An Interactive Game built by Muffin Bernstein and Jenna de Boisblanc
    We will have an interactive game table in the shape of Louisiana. The base layer will be the old map of Louisiana in Blue with the top layer being the new map of Louisiana. Louisiana is vanishing, losing 10,000 acres annually. We intend to highlight this problem through simple interactions with 3d printed objects that digitally interact with a laser cut rendition of Louisiana. The 3d printed objects will range from a pelican to a cargo ship. Oil vs Pelicans, Nutria vs Marshland, Fracking vs Solar, and so on. As an object is placed in its winning spot it will illuminate differently then when placed in its losing spot. We will have game cards for players to take with them that highlight facts about our wetlands loss and rising sea level. We will also create a wall display that also highlights facts about future of Louisiana.