Calendar

Dec
16
Sat
World War I and America Reading/Discussion Group
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am

Join  history scholars, Dr. Karl Roider and Dr. Paul Paskoff on Saturday mornings to explore the continuing relevance of the war by reading, discussing, and sharing insights into the writings of Americans who experienced it firsthand. This program, organized to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the nation’s entry into the war in 1917 and presented by Library of America with support from the NEH, is a major initiative involving public programs in all fifty states, a traveling exhibition, a multimedia website, and the publication of an unprecedented anthology of writings by Americans who experienced World War I. The project will illuminate the lasting legacies of World War I, and the similarities and differences between past and present.

Apr
6
Fri
Book Club – The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History
Apr 6 @ 10:00 am

The West Baton Rouge Museum is pleased to host a 6-week book club discussion group entitled The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities with Dr. Olivia Pass. This program is being offered in conjunction with the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Créoles du Monde exhibit.

The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History will offer the reading public an opportunity to consider issues such as why Creole identity migrated among groups over history and how class, race, and culture have been navigated by writers of the Creole experience.  Texts range from the multi-generations story Cane River, by Lalita Tademy, Creole: The History and Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, an album of Creole thought and experience, ed. Sybil Kein, Anne Rice’s novel Feast of All Saints, the historical analysis of Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization, eds. Arnold Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon, and Catherine Carmier, Ernest Gaines’ first novel. This program is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required as space is limited.

Dr. Olivia Pass is currently an Adjunct Professor at Louisiana State University and Southern University as well as for Oshner Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) programs. She is also involved in planning the Celebration of Literature and Art, Inc. which sponsors literary and artistic events in the St. Francisville and Baton Rouge areas. Dr. Pass has a Ph.D. in Early American Literature.

The Créoles du Monde, or Creoles of the World exhibit, celebrates Creole cultures from around the world. Included in the exhibit are fanciful costumes, beautiful paintings, rare books, documents, videos and photography from south Louisiana, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The West Baton Rouge Museum is located at 845 N. Jefferson Avenue in Port Allen. For more information, please call 225- 336- 2422 Ext. 15

Apr
13
Fri
Book Club – The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am

The West Baton Rouge Museum is pleased to host a 6-week book club discussion group entitled The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities with Dr. Olivia Pass. This program is being offered in conjunction with the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Créoles du Monde exhibit.

The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History will offer the reading public an opportunity to consider issues such as why Creole identity migrated among groups over history and how class, race, and culture have been navigated by writers of the Creole experience.  Texts range from the multi-generations story Cane River, by Lalita Tademy, Creole: The History and Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, an album of Creole thought and experience, ed. Sybil Kein, Anne Rice’s novel Feast of All Saints, the historical analysis of Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization, eds. Arnold Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon, and Catherine Carmier, Ernest Gaines’ first novel. This program is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required as space is limited.

Dr. Olivia Pass is currently an Adjunct Professor at Louisiana State University and Southern University as well as for Oshner Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) programs. She is also involved in planning the Celebration of Literature and Art, Inc. which sponsors literary and artistic events in the St. Francisville and Baton Rouge areas. Dr. Pass has a Ph.D. in Early American Literature.

The Créoles du Monde, or Creoles of the World exhibit, celebrates Creole cultures from around the world. Included in the exhibit are fanciful costumes, beautiful paintings, rare books, documents, videos and photography from south Louisiana, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The West Baton Rouge Museum is located at 845 N. Jefferson Avenue in Port Allen. For more information, please call 225- 336- 2422 Ext. 15

Apr
20
Fri
Book Club – The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am

The West Baton Rouge Museum is pleased to host a 6-week book club discussion group entitled The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities with Dr. Olivia Pass. This program is being offered in conjunction with the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Créoles du Monde exhibit.

The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History will offer the reading public an opportunity to consider issues such as why Creole identity migrated among groups over history and how class, race, and culture have been navigated by writers of the Creole experience.  Texts range from the multi-generations story Cane River, by Lalita Tademy, Creole: The History and Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, an album of Creole thought and experience, ed. Sybil Kein, Anne Rice’s novel Feast of All Saints, the historical analysis of Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization, eds. Arnold Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon, and Catherine Carmier, Ernest Gaines’ first novel. This program is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required as space is limited.

Dr. Olivia Pass is currently an Adjunct Professor at Louisiana State University and Southern University as well as for Oshner Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) programs. She is also involved in planning the Celebration of Literature and Art, Inc. which sponsors literary and artistic events in the St. Francisville and Baton Rouge areas. Dr. Pass has a Ph.D. in Early American Literature.

The Créoles du Monde, or Creoles of the World exhibit, celebrates Creole cultures from around the world. Included in the exhibit are fanciful costumes, beautiful paintings, rare books, documents, videos and photography from south Louisiana, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The West Baton Rouge Museum is located at 845 N. Jefferson Avenue in Port Allen. For more information, please call 225- 336- 2422 Ext. 15

Apr
27
Fri
Book Club – The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History
Apr 27 @ 10:00 am

The West Baton Rouge Museum is pleased to host a 6-week book club discussion group entitled The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities with Dr. Olivia Pass. This program is being offered in conjunction with the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Créoles du Monde exhibit.

The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History will offer the reading public an opportunity to consider issues such as why Creole identity migrated among groups over history and how class, race, and culture have been navigated by writers of the Creole experience.  Texts range from the multi-generations story Cane River, by Lalita Tademy, Creole: The History and Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, an album of Creole thought and experience, ed. Sybil Kein, Anne Rice’s novel Feast of All Saints, the historical analysis of Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization, eds. Arnold Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon, and Catherine Carmier, Ernest Gaines’ first novel. This program is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required as space is limited.

Dr. Olivia Pass is currently an Adjunct Professor at Louisiana State University and Southern University as well as for Oshner Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) programs. She is also involved in planning the Celebration of Literature and Art, Inc. which sponsors literary and artistic events in the St. Francisville and Baton Rouge areas. Dr. Pass has a Ph.D. in Early American Literature.

The Créoles du Monde, or Creoles of the World exhibit, celebrates Creole cultures from around the world. Included in the exhibit are fanciful costumes, beautiful paintings, rare books, documents, videos and photography from south Louisiana, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The West Baton Rouge Museum is located at 845 N. Jefferson Avenue in Port Allen. For more information, please call 225- 336- 2422 Ext. 15

May
4
Fri
Book Club – The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History
May 4 @ 10:00 am

The West Baton Rouge Museum is pleased to host a 6-week book club discussion group entitled The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities with Dr. Olivia Pass. This program is being offered in conjunction with the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Créoles du Monde exhibit.

The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History will offer the reading public an opportunity to consider issues such as why Creole identity migrated among groups over history and how class, race, and culture have been navigated by writers of the Creole experience.  Texts range from the multi-generations story Cane River, by Lalita Tademy, Creole: The History and Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, an album of Creole thought and experience, ed. Sybil Kein, Anne Rice’s novel Feast of All Saints, the historical analysis of Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization, eds. Arnold Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon, and Catherine Carmier, Ernest Gaines’ first novel. This program is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required as space is limited.

Dr. Olivia Pass is currently an Adjunct Professor at Louisiana State University and Southern University as well as for Oshner Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) programs. She is also involved in planning the Celebration of Literature and Art, Inc. which sponsors literary and artistic events in the St. Francisville and Baton Rouge areas. Dr. Pass has a Ph.D. in Early American Literature.

The Créoles du Monde, or Creoles of the World exhibit, celebrates Creole cultures from around the world. Included in the exhibit are fanciful costumes, beautiful paintings, rare books, documents, videos and photography from south Louisiana, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The West Baton Rouge Museum is located at 845 N. Jefferson Avenue in Port Allen. For more information, please call 225- 336- 2422 Ext. 15

May
11
Fri
Book Club – The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History
May 11 @ 10:00 am

The West Baton Rouge Museum is pleased to host a 6-week book club discussion group entitled The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities with Dr. Olivia Pass. This program is being offered in conjunction with the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Créoles du Monde exhibit.

The Creole Identity and Experience in Louisiana Literature and History will offer the reading public an opportunity to consider issues such as why Creole identity migrated among groups over history and how class, race, and culture have been navigated by writers of the Creole experience.  Texts range from the multi-generations story Cane River, by Lalita Tademy, Creole: The History and Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, an album of Creole thought and experience, ed. Sybil Kein, Anne Rice’s novel Feast of All Saints, the historical analysis of Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization, eds. Arnold Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon, and Catherine Carmier, Ernest Gaines’ first novel. This program is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required as space is limited.

Dr. Olivia Pass is currently an Adjunct Professor at Louisiana State University and Southern University as well as for Oshner Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) programs. She is also involved in planning the Celebration of Literature and Art, Inc. which sponsors literary and artistic events in the St. Francisville and Baton Rouge areas. Dr. Pass has a Ph.D. in Early American Literature.

The Créoles du Monde, or Creoles of the World exhibit, celebrates Creole cultures from around the world. Included in the exhibit are fanciful costumes, beautiful paintings, rare books, documents, videos and photography from south Louisiana, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The West Baton Rouge Museum is located at 845 N. Jefferson Avenue in Port Allen. For more information, please call 225- 336- 2422 Ext. 15

Nov
3
Sat
Book Club – Picturing Nam
Nov 3 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Presented jointly with the West Baton Rouge Parish Library to accompany the Picturing Nam exhibit, this book club will cover The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, Everything We Had by Al Santoli, and Nam by Mark Baker.  Space is limited. To register and check out loan copies of the reading material, call the WBRP Library at 225-342-7920.  FREE.

Nov
10
Sat
Book Club – Picturing Nam
Nov 10 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Presented jointly with the West Baton Rouge Parish Library to accompany the Picturing Nam exhibit, this book club will cover The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, Everything We Had by Al Santoli, and Nam by Mark Baker.  Space is limited. To register and check out loan copies of the reading material, call the WBRP Library at 225-342-7920.  FREE.

Nov
17
Sat
Book Club – Picturing Nam
Nov 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Presented jointly with the West Baton Rouge Parish Library to accompany the Picturing Nam exhibit, this book club will cover The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, Everything We Had by Al Santoli, and Nam by Mark Baker.  Space is limited. To register and check out loan copies of the reading material, call the WBRP Library at 225-342-7920.  FREE.