June 4 – June 25/5pm, Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Ogden After Hours returns with their June lineup, perfect for an after-work visit. Every Thursday, Ogden presents Southern musical acts paired with a music history lesson. This month’s performance schedule brings you Cardinal Sons, Little Freddie King, The Asylum Chorus, and Electrifying Crown Seekers.
June 5/7pm, Indywood Cinema
Below Dreams returns for a special night at Indywood Cinema. The first-time feature filmmaker Garrett Bradley found inspiration for the film while traveling back and forth between New York and New Orleans on the Greyhound bus. Settle in with some popcorn and friends to watch this Tribeca Film Festival favorite.
June 5, 6/10am, Dat Dog Magazine Street
The newest, hippest spot to shop locally made art, jewelry, clothing and handmade goods – Magazine St. Art Market. Take a trip to the Magazine Street and make your way to the courtyard of Dat Dog to shop local. See you this Friday and Saturday!
June 6/10am, Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Art Center
Taste all that O.C. Haley has to offer during Eat Local Month. Join local food advocates at the OCH Local Foods Fest for small bites and live cooking demos.
June 6/12pm, St. Roch Park/Sampson Playground
Angela Fama, a Canadian multidisciplinary artist brings her traveling photography studio to the Loving Festival. Step inside her pop up studio to discuss the meaning of love while being photographically captured during the process.
June 6/9pm, The New Movement
Two hilarious women – Colleen Allerton and Lauren LaBorde will have your side in stitches at their monthly installment of rude. Enjoy this sketch duo as they bring you a high-energy, improvised, live comedy show.
June 7/8pm, Dancing Grounds
Enjoy a Sunday evening at a special informal performance of The Agency by Narcisse/Movement Project. Following the performance, LIFT: performers writing about performance and Maritza Mercado-Narcisse will be discussing the performance and it’s relation to similar work in New Orleans. The performance and conversations are free!
June 8/7pm, Civic Theatre
Glass Animals makes a stop in New Orleans to entertain fans with their downbeat, electro-pop melodies. Be sure to arrive early to catch opening act Gilligan Moss.
June 8/8pm, Republic
A preview of his June 16th Mercy EP release Pat Grossi aka Active Child performs at Republic. Opening act Low Roar will set the mood for this Monday night of music.