Culture Collision 9 Press Release
Here’s some of our favorite press through the years!
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From the OffBeat in 2012
“Cultural Economy,” especially under Mayor Landrieu, is a phrase that’s gained a bit of traction, and for good reason: A recent article in The Times-Picayune by Jaquetta White claimed that “there were 1,300 other cultural businesses in New Orleans in 2011, almost 10 percent more than 2010. Last year the cultural industry paid more than $1.2 billion in salaries.
From the Times-Picayune/nola.com in 2010
For some of us, intermissions are never long enough. We’re the people that get shoved out the door when the gallery closes. We’re the ones who are still waving at friends when the houselights dim.
As New Orleanians usher out Isaac, they are ushering in the cultural season. Despite rain, wind and power outages, Culture Collision 4 is on. And the best photo gallery!
From Get Online Nola
A relationship with your city is like any other – you have to put in the hours to get the best results. I’ve been back in New Orleans for a little over 2 years now, but it was only recently that I committed to start investing more into this great city.
Events like last night’s Culture Collision make that much easier.