Satchmo at the Waldorf

Working at The Louis Armstrong House Museum you never know who you are going to run into.  I encounter a wide variety of visitors from across the globe from places such as Kenya, Australia, and even the United Kingdom. Students, educators, musicians, playwrights, and actors all see Louis's home as a haven to gain knowledge... Continue Reading →

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Soul Of A Nation

Earlier this month, I traveled to Bentonville, Arkansas with a group of emerging curators and students from the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUC), which comprises of students from Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, and Morehouse College. Traveling along, President Dr. Mary Schmidt-Campbell of Spelman College, joined the group considering her instrumental work as the executive... Continue Reading →

The Annual 2018 Louis Armstrong House Museum Gala

The 2018 Louis Armstrong House Museum Gala was nothing short of amazing. The event took place at Capitale in the Bowery of NYC. The venue itself was breathtaking, from the elaborately adorned ceilings, to the contemporary and sophisticated centerpieces that graced the dinner tables. Waiters glided amongst the guests, offering an array of hors d'oeuvres.... Continue Reading →

Everywhere In New York

Aside from being curatorial fellows, one of the exciting parts about the fellowship is that we get to visit and meet other exciting people working in New York. Generally, it’s someone who works at a museum or other cultural institutions, and through these encounters we get to learn how other organizations, for and non-profit, run... Continue Reading →

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