New Orleans, Louisiana

Press Street

Press Street is an interdisciplinary arts collective whose mission is to engage the community with thought-provoking exhibitions, publications, arts education, and events. An all-volunteer group of local artists, writers, filmmakers, and curators committed to high-quality original programming, Press Street opened in 2008 Antenna, one of only a handful of nonprofit spaces for exhibiting contemporary visual art in New Orleans. In addition to monthly exhibitions, Press Street|Antenna hosts a range of talks, readings, film screenings, and workshops.

Press Street SEED Grants

Photo: Bottle Tree

Children Reading to an Audience

Amaya reads her story from Fantastical Dirt Bikes to friends and family in Press Street's gallery. Photo: Doug Keller

Press Street- SEED Grants

Hand-in-Glove Conference (2013). Artist-centric organizations gather to share ideas. Gia Hamilton moderates "Ways of Being" Panel. Photo: Angela Berry

Soldiers Creating Art

Members of the National Guard participate in the first annual Draw-a-Thon, 2006. Photo: Susan Gusleson

Press Street SEED Grants

Installation view of Annielautie Erickson's Slow Light, on view in Press Street's Antenna Gallery, July 2013. Photo: Bottle Tree

Participants at the 2013 annual Draw-a-Thon, held at the Marigny Opera House. Photo: Bottle Tree