New Orleans Airlift is dedicated to producing innovative projects for New Orleans-based artists to collaborate and engage with diverse communities locally and internationally. Through networks, friendships, and close connections to New Orleans' street life, Airlift is able to cultivate and foster long-standing relationships with artists locally and globally. The organization understands how important a dynamic street culture, living culture and a thriving contemporary arts scene are to the neighborhoods within New Orleans. By transporting that which is unique to New Orleans to workshops, festivals, performances, and collaborative projects, Airlift is able to bring recognition to New Orleans as well as provide inspiration and creative collaboration around the globe. Airlift was founded in by Delaney Martin and Jay Pennington. Pennington and Martin began to collaborate just after Hurricane Katrina. As they witnessed the particular devastation of the Storm on the New Orleans artistic community, Pennington and Martin saw collaborative creativity as a way of coming together and mending their community. Soon after returning from Berlin, though, Jay and Delaney decided to continue the cultivation of unique artistic collaborations, and kept the organization under the name New Orleans Airlift. Airlift projects are hallmarked by creative collaboration, and artistic experimentation.
When Airlift began reaching out to musicians about performing their own work in the Music Box Village this fall, a theme began to emerge. Not only were beloved musicians like Louis Michot , of Lost Bayou Ramblers , ready to get back in front of live audiences - they were ready with new music. While Airlift cannot mount our ambitious one-of-a kind Music Box Village programming at this time, we can open our magical outdoor environment to local musicians and our community as a resource for sonic healing and expression. Beginning on the weekend of November 6th, Airlift will present new sounds by old friends at the Music Box Village. Our 13, sq ft outdoor sculpture park and performance venue is uniquely suited to safely presenting live music in these challenging times and we want to put it in service of our community. The safety and health of our guests, staff and musicians are paramount see full COVID guidelines here. Protocols adhering to all City, State, and CDC guidelines are in place including face masks, social distancing, and frequent sanitization.
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One of the most popular, if improbable, recent sensations in the New Orleans art world was at neither a museum nor a gallery; it was part of neither a biennial nor an art fair. Although it coincided with Prospect 2, the less than stellar successor to the critically acclaimed Prospect. Founded by artist-curator Delaney Martin and music impresario Jay Pennington, New Orleans Airlift is mostly known for fancifully edgy art expos and musical performances, as well as surreal Tableau Vivants , among other carnivalesque events. Occupying the site where a two-hundred-year-old cottage had until recently stood, The Music Box gave the wreckage a remarkable rebirth. There was no self-conscious art historicity at work here, but more of a mythic sensibility, as if the ancient planks had somehow reconfigured themselves into a magical village of otherworldly shanties. Conducted by Quintron, the performances were mostly haunting electro-acoustic soundscapes that melded elements of Stockhausen and Brian Eno with hints of funk and bounce.
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