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Artists Respond: Post-Roe Louisiana

Artists Respond: Post-Roe Louisiana is a juried exhibition that will feature artwork in a variety of media by artists from Louisiana, in response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court of the United States in June of 2022.  The exhibition will be on view in the Carroll Gallery of the Newcomb Art Department of Tulane University, and will include student work as well as artwork by established and emerging artists from throughout the state.  This project is supported in part by a grant from the Newcomb Institute.

The exhibition’s Panel of Jurors is comprised of:

  • Dr. Clare Daniel, Administrative Associate Professor, Newcomb Institute
  • Dr. Maurita Poole, Director, Newcomb Art Museum
  • Laura Richens, Curator, Carroll Gallery, Newcomb Art Department
Karen Abboud Visceral, 2022
Karen Abboud
Aloe Vera, Yarrow, Pennyroyal, Ariya Aladjem Wolf, 2022
Ariya Aladjem Wolf
Odessa Blackmore La Femme Fetal, 2022
Odessa Blackmore
Oona Bruss Separation, 2022
Oona Bruss
Jacob Cavallaro Loudly Speaking, 2022
Jacob Cavallaro
Janet Dake Age of Endings
Janet Dake
Megan Ezell Beginning & End
Megan Ezell
Emma Fick Entwined 1
Emma Fick
Kathryn Gordon Ultrasound
Kathryn Gordon
William Hamstead This Ain’t Over, 2022
William Hamstead
Peter Hoffman Business Casual, 2018
Peter Hoffman
Francine Judd Stock ICONOBABA, 2022
Francine Judd Stock
Saheli Khastagir, Search 2021, Endurance 2022
Saheli Khastagir
Raeann Koehler, Daughter of Ash, 2022
Raeann Koehler
Sara Madandar Blind Protest
Sara Madandar
Saskia Ozols No Choice
Saskia Ozols
Mary Jane Parker Cygnus
Mary Jane Parker
Suzanna Scott Coin Cunts, 2022
Suzanna Scott
Stacey Stanfill Shelter & Protect, 2022
Stacey Stanfill
Wendy L. Starn Supremely Callous
Wendy L. Starn
Blaine Steiner Break for Autonomy
Blaine Steiner
Catherine Walker Consume(d), 2022
Catherine Walker
Caitlin Waugh Dis-ease, 2021
Caitlin Waugh
Lorna Williams (womb)
Lorna Williams
Antonia Zennaro My Body My Choice
Antonia Zennaro