The Pearl and the Crescent: Examining Simliarities between Havana and New Orleans Curated by J. Marshall Brown

David Armentor

Sep 15, 2016

Save the Date! Opening Reception for the exhibition The Pearl and the Crescent Wednesday, September 21 from 5 - 7pm at the Pitot House.

September 21 - November 21, 2016

Join us for an Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 21
From 5 - 7pm at the Pitot House
Free and Open to the Public

The relationship between New Orleans and Havana is historically strong - a connection reflected by shared architectural elements prevalent in both cities. Photographs, historical maps, and academic texts in The Pearl and the Crescent consider the cities' architectural ancestry, encouraging greater awareness of the connectivity between these sister cities.

J. Marshall Brown is a Candidate for the Master of Preservation Studies degree at Tulane University. After a trip to study historic preservation in Havana, he developed a keen interest in the island nation's innovative approach to historic preservation as well as the common history between Havana and the city he now calls home - New Orleans.

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MPS - Master in Preservation Studies
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