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Life is about celebrating, and in Baton Rouge, we do plenty of it. During your visit, make it a point to stop by a local festival or event—there’s always something worth celebrating here.
Join a tailgate for an LSU football game, where the LSU band (a.k.a., the golden band from Tigerland) and thousands of Louisiana State University fanatics form a powerful cheering force for the LSU football team. Mo Isom and her crew have crafted their own remix of the LSU fight song that will bring out the Tiger love in you. Make sure to stick around for the end, where Mo catches head coach Les Miles on the streets of LSU’s Baton Rouge campus.
Discover how the American Revolution and new conceptions of liberty and personal freedom changed the world forever. Treasured collections for the NY Historical Society and Louisiana State Museum tell the revolution story spanning two continents and two centuries. See exceptional paintings, drawings, maps and manuscripts and many pamphlets, political and satirical cartoons that spread revolutionary fervor throughout the period. Revolution! The Atlantic World Reborn offers visitors the opportunity to explore one of history's pivotal moments in which freedom, equality and the sovereignty of the people became universal goals.
This exhibit illustrates the history of the Louisiana Native Guard, the first black troops to be mustered into the Union Army during the American Civil War and the first steps toward life out of slavery and working toward equality.
Touring since 2004, this exhibit presents the American experience through 50 photographic stories and an outstanding collection of 100 vintage aprons. Also, there will be other aprons from Holy Family Church worn by women staging the annual St. Joseph's altar as well as a display called 'Feed Sack Fashions' from the LSU Textile Museum.
Secretary of State Tom Schedler & Louisiana's Old State Capitol invite you to the opening reception for the museum's newest exhibits. The Art of Hospice is a celebration of sacred works of art and is an incredible journey to capture the energy of hospice professionals and their patients as they both experience dignity and compassion at the end of life. This is a traveling exhibit and The Old State Capitol will be the only venue in Baton Rouge to host this unique exhibit. The reception is Tuesday, January 20, 2015 from 5:30-7:30. The exhibit will continue through February 6, 2015. The George Washington presents the many facets of Washington's leadership through dazzling color graphics of paintings, photographs and iconic objects from the Mount Vernon collections. This exhibit runs through February 28, 2015.
Come out to see A World of Dreams: Landscapes by Tula Telfair and Manchac: In the Wake of North Pass by Megan Singleton. Despite the different terrain and media, these two together comment on the extreme beauty and power of nature. The museum is open on Saturday's 10-5 and on Sunday's 1-4.