FRIDAY NIGHTS AT NOMA: ARTIST PERSPECTIVE WITH AYO SCOTT

5 - 9 p.m. June 13, 2014

 

This Friday night, stop by for live music by Dorian Rush, an artist perspective gallery talk with Ayo Scott, and enjoy a cocktail from our cash bar. Join us!

About Ayo Scott

As founder, CEO, and Design Principal of NOYO and NOYO Designs, Ayo is laying the foundation for what is quickly becoming one of the foremost purveyors of the New Orleans aesthetic and culture. The only son of world-renowned artist John T. Scott, Ayo has cultivated a style rooted in the classical tradition but embracing modern design elements. A graduate of Xavier University, Ayo’s fine art has been shown nationally and his groundbreaking graphic design work is featured on numerous books, CDs, advertisements, and websites.

Ayo’s passion for art and life are resonate in his creations. Whether using photography, painting, or computer generated design, the tension between existence and desire is conveyed with humility and skill. His work examines the connection between the raw and the refined to expose the undercurrents of our collective existence.

About Dorian Rush

Dorian Rush and Harry Mayronne present an evening of Soulful Blues and Hot Jazz. Honoring a diverse range of artists from Big Mama Thornton, Blossom Dearie and Tom Waits to Lambert, Hendrix and Ross. Both Dorian and Harry are Big Easy award winning performers and when this power combo gets together, it is a class act.

This event is related to the exhibition Rising Up: Hale Woodruff’s Murals at Talladega College.