Pick up your P.3 Passport today!


Prospect New Orleans is pleased to launch the P.3 Passport for the final month of Prospect.3: Notes for Now!

PICK UP your P.3 Passport at any P.3 Venue or HUB
GET STAMPED at all venues before January 25th (excluding the Esplanade Wharf, Exchange Gallery, and City Park)
WIN a t-shirt or tote bag for seeing all of P.3! 

Celebrate with P.3 throughout January!

On view through January 25, 2015, Wednesday – Sunday 11AM-4PM


The Hub: Prospect 3 bike tours

By Anneka Olson

As part of New Orleans art biennial Prospect.3, Bike Easy and Confederacy of Cruisers are co-hosting bicycle tours that take riders on interactive, 4 - 5-hour Sunday tours of many of the installations. The experience takes participants to P.3 venue highlights, sometimes visiting additional P.3+ venues, throughout the Faubourgs, as well as New Orleans’ historic neighborhoods, with a guide providing riders with background information throughout and a mid-ride lunch break.

The HUB, a NolaVie cycling-focused guest blog from the founders of local bicycling advocacy organization Bike Easy, recently spoke with Cassady Cooper, a tour guide at Confederacy of Cruisers, to learn more about P.3 Rides.

Read the interview here:


Congratulations to P.3 Artist Jeffrey Gibson for being selected as a 2014 Art Matters Grantee!


Videos from the Pecha Kucha event in October are now online!

The Vol. 14 presentations from the Pecha Kucha event in October are now online! Participating in the event were P.3 artist Mary Ellen Carroll and New Orleans artist Bob Snead who discussed Press Street's involvement in the app that accompanies Tavares Strachan's You belong here sculpture.

The next Pecha Kucha will take place in early March 2015.


P.3 Minicoach Tours Offered this Weekend

All tours will depart from the Hyatt Regency Hotel (601 Loyola Ave, New Orleans, LA 70113) at 9:30AM

All tours are $75.00 per person.

For more information and to reserve your spot call the Visitor Services Hotline: 504.434.0686 or email



P.3 Artist Lisa Sigal leads "Home Court Crawl" | Saturday, December 13

The route for Home Court Crawl performance and second line can be found here.


Tonight at NOMA: Prospect.3 Lecture with Edith Wolfe, Ph. D.: “Tarsila do Amaral, Brazilian Cannibalism and the Problem of the Self as Other”

Friday, December 5th at 6pm at the New Orleans Museum of Art

Brazilian painter Tarsila do Amaral and poet Oswald de Andrade Brazil’s notorious Anthropofagia movement of the 1920s, which deftly navigated questions of “self” and “other” using ironic critiques of European avant-garde Primitivism. Through an introduction to Amaral’s art and life—Edith Wolfe will present a talk exploring three principle themes: the notion of “seeing oneself in the other,” a central organizing motif for Franklin Sirmans’s vision for P.3; questions of globalization; and the cultural similarities between New Orleans and Brazil. Dr. Edith Wolfe is currently Assistant Director of the Stone Center for Latin American Studies at Tulane University, and her work focuses on early twentieth-century Brazilian art and the relationships between the Latin American and European avant-gardes. For more information, call 504 658 4100.


Take P.3 Home with You!

Visit our webshop to purchase the Prospect.3: Notes for Now
and Basquait and the Bayou catalogues along with our P.3 totes
and t-shirts!

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