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The Atlantic's 'CityLab' features Tulane City Center collaboration with Mardi Gras Indians

September 08, 2015
A face mask belonging to Big Chief Victor Harris of the FiYiYi nation tribe. (Matty A. Williams)

The Tulane City Center's history of collaboration with Mardi Gras Indian groups since 2006 has been highlighted in The Atlantic's 'CityLab' forum. Sparked by the success of the recently planned Mardi Gras Indian Cultural Campus, led by former Tulane City City Center director Maurice Cox, the article also features the Guardians Institute [faculty design lead Scott Ruff and faculty construction lead Seth Welty], and the House of Dance & Feathers [advising professor Patrick Rhodes].

City Lab Article 

Photo: A face mask belonging to Big Chief Victor Harris of the FiYiYi nation tribe. (Matty A. Williams)