Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design

Next Newcomb exhibits offer art with wonder and mystery

Hannah Dean Art lovers have twice the reason to visit the Newcomb Art Museum when its newest show opens on Wednesday (Jan 20). Vivid works by two contemporary female artists will be on display in...  Read more »

Build the Boulevard

As part of our ongoing exhibit Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard: Past, Present, and Future, Tulane City Center is teaming up with PlayBuild to provide a kids overview of the exhibit, a look at the... Read more »


Do you have want to know more about a local issue? Or have an idea for your neighborhood or the city? Tulane City Center has announced a call for any suggestions of New Orleans based issues or ideas...  Read more »

Information Session scheduled: Red Beans Roundtable

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Red Beans Roundtable

Historic Preservation can drive reinvestment in neighborhoods, protect architectural heritage, and raise property values...that last part gets tricky. Please join us for a discussion of what roles... Read more »

Archinect Features - Deans List: Kenneth Schwartz of Tulane School of Architecture

The Deans List is an interview series with the leaders of architecture schools, worldwide. The series profiles the school’s programming, as defined by the head honcho – giving an invaluable...  Read more »

Metropolis Magazine Highlights Tulane School of Architecture's Social Innovation Agenda

A Decade after Katrina, Tulane Seeks to Expand Its Social Innovation Agenda Dora Sapunar Tulane University’s URBANbuild program was founded in 2005, not long before Hurricane Katrina ravaged much of...  Read more »

Bastion, a housing development for Veterans, receives $4.5 million toward construction

Bastion, a project whose design and development team include faculty and graduates of the Tulane School of Architecture, has recently received funding to move forward with construction on the 80-unit...  Read more »

Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard: Past, Present, and Future

Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, formerly Dryades Street, has witnessed over two centuries of change. By the 1850s, a thriving commercial district had developed around the Dryades Market. Irish and... Read more »

Exhibition scheduled: Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard: Past, Present, and Future

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