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LSU Hill Memorial
Audubon in Louisiana: Digital Exhibition
- Take a peak at Audubon's Elephant Folio, Octavo Edition, drawings, proofs and manuscripts from the comfort of your own home...or better yet, take it outside!
- Converted from the physical exhibition "Audubon at Oakley," the digital exhibition strives to reunite these elements, making the information available to a broader audience during the bicentennial of Audubon's arrival in Louisiana in 1821.
- This exhibition is on display now through the end of the Spring 2022 semester.
- The collection holds thousands of titles including correspondence and specimens sent to Europe from naturalists, soldiers, and missionaries from across the globe that inspired numerous works beginning in the 16th century.
- The exhibition and the collection are free to access and are open to the public.
Louisiana Arts & Science Museum (LASM)
"Our Louisiana" Exhibition
- LASM is featuring works by Louisiana-born and Louisiana-based artists to illustrate the evolution of art in Louisiana through the Museum’s collection.
- The artists whose work is on view were inspired by the landscape, people, and culture that is uniquely “Our Louisiana.”
- Free admission to the museum, which includes unlimited Irene W. Pennington Planetarium shows, is available every first Sunday of the month!
Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge
The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge promotes cultural growth, economic development, and educational enhancement through the arts in and around the 11 parishes they serve. They also host the Ebb and Flow Festival which celebrates the unique artistic, cultural, and ecological community of Baton Rouge!
Louisiana Photographic Society
The Louisiana Photographic Society offers members a variety of programs, classes, seminars, and field trips throughout the calendar year to advance and promote the art of photography in the River Parishes of south Louisiana. Check out their online gallery here!
- Internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer C.C. Lockwood has captured the unique sense of space in wild places. His photographs in Atchafalaya Houseboat were published in National Geographic.
- Lockwood is a frequent speaker on wildlife, conservation photography and environmental issues and his newest book, Louisiana Wild, The Lands Protected and Restored by The Nature Conservancy, highlights conservation efforts on over 280,000 acres of Louisiana land.
Louisiana Wild by
Call Number: La 333.7209 L817L
Publication Date: 2015-09-07
The scenic images that Louisiana brings to mind—moss-draped cypress, lush marshlands, alligators gliding through bayous, herons coasting across an open sky—all spring from one of the most diverse and productive ecosystems on the continent. From the precious maritime forests of Grand Isle to the steep contours of Tunica Hills, Louisiana’s wild outdoors defines each region’s sense of place and value.