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Crossroads on The Vine is a culminating event for Crossroads Charter Schools’ Visual and Creative Arts programs. Crossroads students spend a minimum of two hours per week in art studios studying curriculum based on the elements and principles of design. The program strives to help students develop their visual literacy skills so they have a greater understanding and appreciation of art. Each year the schools celebrate the year of learning through this community event, but this year will be the best yet!

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The Legacy Plays On! reincarnates the American Jazz Museum's inaugural theme in commemoration of 20 years serving the local and national communities through research, exhibition, education, and performance. Explore the history of the American Jazz Museum in this celebratory exhibition!

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Welcome to New Orleans, home to historic architecture, mouthwatering cuisines, and legendary jazz. Save Art is always looking for new ways to contribute to the ever-evolving art community by supporting both artists and art-based causes. Their eighth project explores the city of New Orleans and one of its greatest musical treasures, the iconic American genre of jazz.

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Spectrum is an innovative and powerful exhibition featuring artist Juliette Hemingway. Hemingway finds her inspiration in music and Autism awareness. The blue images represent Autism and allow her art to be race neutral so all people can be reminded of the beauty of the world despite its challenges.

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Acclaimed as an “interactive paradise” by the NY Times, these exhibits bring to life the great American art form of jazz. Listening stations, touch screen interactives, and custom mixing boards complement displays of artifacts, graphics, and commissioned artwork in a sculpturally dynamic space that makes this sophisticated musical style accessible and engaging for visitors of different ages and musical backgrounds.