Erik Kiesewetter is an independent multi-disciplinary designer primarily focused on publication and printed design. He studied graphic design at University of Louisiana in Lafayette and, in 2004, set up his first design and Risograph printshop/studio in New Orleans, under the name constance. constance continues to work in critically investigating discourses of design, utilizing unstable processes that cannot be easily measured and do not always yield the outcomes that were intended.
1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
State Library, Capitol View Room
New Orleans, the Founding Era / La Nouvelle-Orléans, les années fondatrices
2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Barnes & Noble Bookselling Tent
New Orleans, the Founding Era / La Nouvelle-Orléans, les années fondatrices (English and French Edition)
On the occasion of the tricentennial of the founding of New Orleans, this groundbreaking exhibition catalog celebrates the diversity of the city's earliest populations.
New Orleans, the Founding Era gathers contributions from eight leading scholars of the French Atlantic World and features an illustrated checklist of artifacts from public and private collections across France, Spain, Canada, and the United States. This dual-language publication from The Historic New Orleans Collection explores the ideas, peoples, and material cultures that shaped one of the most complex and challenging colonization projects in the Americas.
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