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Connect2Educate (C2E) Collaborative Launches New Website Featuring the C2E Notebook Connect2Educate, a local collaborative of organizations whose mission is to connect resources with New Orleans public schools, has launched a new website (www.connect2educate.org), featuring the C2E Notebook, which contains profiles of 106 organizations that serve public schools and public school children in Orleans Parish. Formed in 2008, the C2E Collaborative coordinated a networking event among school representatives and community resource providers in March 2009, and published the C2E Notebook, which details more than 100 organizations whose programming is offered to public schools and public school students. The C2E Notebook closes the knowledge gap about the availability of programs among school leadership teams. Armed with current, relevant information, every public-school community is now better equipped to engage those programs which enrich the school experience for children. Information on the C2E Collaborative and a PDF version of the C2E Notebook are available on the website. The Connect2Educate (C2E) Collaborative is an alliance of diverse organizations including the LEH, the Greater New Orleans Afterschool Partnership, Communities In Schools-New Orleans, Save Our Schools-New Orleans, and Start the Adventure in Reading, and over 100 community resource providers. VISIT WWW.LEH.ORG FOR APPLICATION TO HOST! Rural museums sought for traveling Smithsonian exhibition The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities invites smaller museums, libraries and cultural institutions in towns of fewer than 12,000 residents to apply to host a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition entitled “Journey Stories.” This exhibition, made possible through the Museum on Main Street (MOMS) program, has been developed especially for rural audiences and small museums with limited access to traveling exhibitions due to space and cost constraints. “Journey Stories” will tour six small Louisiana communities in beginning in June 2011. Sites will be chosen based on geographic location, strength of proposed ideas for auxiliary events, and physical display space. In addition to covering six-week exhibition rental fees for each selected site, the LEH will make available up to $6,500 in grant funds to each host in support of ancillary local programs. Eligibility Requirements: • Institution is a museum, public library, or other cultural institution in a community of fewer than 12,000 residents. • Institution has at least 750 square feet of exhibition floor space with at least 8-foot ceilings. • Institution is a non-profit organization A detailed request for proposals, as well as the application form, are available at www.leh.org/html/museum.html. Applications are due Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009. To learn more about the Museum on Main Street program, visit www.leh.org/html/museum.html. For more information about the “Journey Stories” tour in Louisiana, or for further details on the application and selection process, please contact tour coordinator Rachel Norman at 504-620-2479 or email@example.com. Fall 2009/LOUISIANA CULTURAL VISTAS 5 www.connect2educate.org Office space for lease at the Louisiana Humanities Center Office space is available for lease at the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities’ Louisiana Humanities Center at Turners’ Hall, 938 Lafayette Street, in New Orleans Central Business District. Single executive offices on our first, fourth and fifth floors vary in size from 11-by-12 feet to 12-by-20 feet and rent from $300 to $625 per month with a minimum 1-year lease. Utilities and janitorial services are included and contract parking is available. The recently renovated 5-story office building is located at O’Keefe and Lafayette. Please call Warren Meyer at (504) 620-2484 for more information.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Louisiana Cultural Vistas - Fall 2009
Louisiana Cultural Vistas - Fall 2009
Louisiana Endowment For The Humanities
John Biguenet: Writer Craftsman
The Historic New Orleans Collection
Grace Before Dying
“When I Was Big Enough To Tote a Gun, I Did”
Louisiana Association Of Museums
Music Flows Like Water
The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art
Louisiana State Museum
Louisiana Sugar Mill
Louisiana Cultural Vistas - Fall 2009
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