Offbeat Magazine covers the Guardians Institute of Big Chief Donald Harrison, Sr. Museum and Cultural Arts Center

Jan 3, 2013

The Guardians Institute of Big Chief Donald Harrison, Sr. Museum and Cultural Arts Center is a Design/Build project of the Tulane City Center. The article, "Tulane University Constructs Big Chief's Abode," chronicles the life of Big Chief Donald Harrison, Sr. and the facility dedicated to his legacy. Once put into use, the new structure will serve as headquarters for the mother-and-daughter team’s Book Club and other programs designed to enrich the post-Katrina lives of New Orleans’ children.

Project Lead 

Scott Ruff, Seth Welty, Emilie Taylor, Zach Lamb, advising faculty and staff

Project Team

Evan Amato, Alexandra Bojarski-Stauffer, Mary Catherine Bullock, Jerelle Carriere, Michelle Carroll, Sophie Dardant, Matt Decotiis, Alyce Deshotels, Natan Diacon-Furtado, Nels Erickson, Marianne Graffam, Ellen Hailey, Mike Landry, Jake Lazere, Emile Lejeune, Jason Levy, Xiaoyun Li, Mary Beth Luster, Jeremy Maloney, Jordan Matthews, Oren Mitzner, Kathy Mu, Alison Rodberg, Cameron Ringness, Nicholas Sackos, Sarah Satterlee, Justin Siragusa, Nichole Woggon

Tags: 
Prospective Students, Current Students, Faculty
Initiatives: 
Tulane City Center
Faculty: 
Scott Ruff
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