The 2012 Culture Collision!

5:30pm - 10:00pm, Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Location: Generations Hall - 310 Andrew Higgins Drive, New Orleans, LA 70130

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Join Press Street’s Antenna Gallery at The Fourth Annual Culture Collision- A City-Wide Celebration to Kick-Off the Cultural Season in New Orleans!

5:30 – 8:00PM:
  Network with over 50 Performing and Visual Arts organizations – including Antenna, ROOM 220 and NOLA MIX Youth DJ Program!  All participating organizations will be prepared to sell you tickets or memberships for the 2012-2013 Season and they will have materials on hand for you to take home. Come explore the vast and diverse cultural offerings that make New Orleans unique. There will be plenty of food on hand; a cash bar and DJ Matty will be back as well as the overwhelming large free raffle!

8:00 – 10:30PM:
  You will not have to go far to join the celebration, the party will continue in the Big Room at Generations Hall beginning at 8:00. The cash bar will remain open throughout the show.

Admission is FREE!
Parking is available for $10 in the Fulton Street Garage; with additional street parking also available.  For more information visit www.culturenola.org, and please follow Culture Collision on Facebook.

The event is hosted by WWNO, Sponsored by OffBeat, Generations Hall and Canary Collective. It is organized by the Arts Council of New Orleans, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Loyola University Montage Series, New Orleans Ballet Association, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans Opera Association, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and Southern Rep.

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