Snake Tube Adventure Racing… and more!

“Artistic Rendering of Snake Tube Adventure Racing”

UNO St Claude Gallery

2429 St Claude Ave

New Orleans, LA

Now a Grand Closing Reception:

Saturday, April 4th, 2020.


Refreshments and Unique Culinary Experiences will be provided.

Dates of Exhibition:

3/20-4/4 Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm-5pm

& by appointment

Jane Tardo invents complex objects and display systems that weave contemporary commentary and consumer indulgences into sculptural cultures. Using a combination of art, design, and craft, the sculptural work reflects personal and political narratives through a series of fabricated products. Each product offers an enticingly tactile interactive experience that is equal parts delightful, confusing, and concerning. The products are also accompanied by their own investment opportunities in the form of popular merchandized objects such as hats, patches, and keychains. Using humor and subtlety, these details combine into game-like installations that explore complex arenas such as autonomy, intimacy, and dueling realities in a time of ecological collapse. These themes derive from the artist’s own frustrations about the past, doubts on the present, and concerns for the future; however, they are also rooted strongly in her belief of a better world. This hope is evident in the meticulous craftsmanship and execution of her work. Jane Tardo’s title piece, Snake Tube Adventure Racing (the world’s first quilted RC racetrack), invites audiences to select and pilot a tubed snake through 24 feet of quilted landscapes while using their personal phones to record a virtual experience of the race.

Pressure, 2020

Pretty Horses

An MFA Thesis Exhibition

E Marshall

Opening Reception: 

Friday, February 7th, 6-9PM

on view through March 8th 2020

UNO Saint Claude Gallery

2429 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA

Gallery Hours: Sat-Sun 12-5pm

E Marshall lives and works in New Orleans Louisiana. Marshall’s work skips across many mediums and materials. The satisfaction of making marks is the driving force behind the work and it surfs on the horizon between memories and identity as they relate to the physical, drawn surface. 

“Pretty Horses” showcases drawings, textile and sculptural work made while Marshall pursues a Masters degree in Fine Arts from the University of New Orleans.

Black Lines Detail, 2019

Red Layers Detail, 2019

Drawing of the Sky, 2020

Fairgrounds, 2020


© 2019 by University of New Orleans, School of The Arts

2429 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117

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