Trèo is the latest project from Pauline and Stephen Patterson, Mid-City residents, Belfast natives and owners of Finn McCool's Irish Pub, at 3701 Banks St. Though the Finn McCool's address had been a Mid-City bar for generations, it was badly deteriorated when they bought it in 2002. Since then, the Pattersons and their staff have built the pub back into a neighborhood institution, convening a community of patrons from across New Orleans and beyond. With gratitude to their adopted city and its indomitable spirit,they are proud to join the renaissance along Tulane Avenue with Trèo.
Through its history, Tulane Avenue has been a central artery for the Crescent City, serving both its Mid-City neighborhood and people from around the region. An unprecedented amount of investment is driving a rebirth along its blocks, and with Trèo we are adding to this promising chapter and helping to build the new direction for its future.
Beyond the Uniform: veterans art
This is truly going to be an amazing experience. Veterans and veteran art will be the focus during the entire month of Sept. We will have a series of movies, workshops and performances throughout the month. This show is co curated by Diamond Kitchell Gordon, Raymond Facundo and Jonathan Walsh. A portion of the proceeds from Treo and The ...
It’s all about that KOCC
IT’S ALL ABOUT THAT K.O.C.C When a group of free-loving ballers show you what they’ve got on the artistic level GROUP SHOW
Indulgence-a show about food and drink
INDULGENCE In the month of Tales of the Cocktail this show will will reflect OUR cities love for indulging in the best food and drink on the planet. So celebrate Nola and these amazing works of art by Sean Gautreau, Dominque Steffens and Jacques Soulas
Young Americans Art Exhibition
Young Americans A show Curated by Tony Campbell “I heard the news today, Oh boy” David Bowie quotes Lennon in his song “Young Americans” The song was recorded two days after President Nixon resigned from office. Bowie reflects an anxiety about America and its future, an anxiety that again is felt sharply today. Photography has been historically a ...