I think the key is for women not to set any limits.
New Orleans’ vibrant culture takes center stage with NolaVie, an unusual public/private partnership to cover arts and culture and publish it on Nola.com, the Times-Picayune newspaper’s website. NolaVie will be populated by experienced journalists and members of various cultural organizations and be run by a local businesswoman and former editors and writers at the newspaper.
Ten Partners and Pop-up Events
Thursday, January 12, 2012
After its first full year, NolaVie.com has partnership agreements with ten New Orleans cultural and arts groups, a discrete website and a page on The Times Picayune’s Nola.com.
And the newspaper in late 2011 has now agreed to reverse publish some of the stories appearing on NolaVie in its printed editions.
The arts groups provide money and content in exchange for increased visibility. For example, employees at Nola Art House Music contribute pieces about jazz to NolaVie. The two partnered to host a holiday jazz concert in December 2011 and teamed up to host another jazz performance in January 2012.
Other creative events NolaVie has dubbed “pop ups.”
• Posted by Sharon Litwin on 01/12 at 04:54 PM
Sharon Litwin is president of Partnership for Action (PFA) a non-profit organization created in 1997 by a diverse group of women for the benefit of the City of New Orleans. She is co-founder of NolaVie, a new website dedicated to covering and promoting the full breadth of New Orleans’ unique culture. NolaVie is a project of PFA.
Renee Peck spent three-plus decades working as a feature editor and reporter for The New Orleans Times-Picayune, covering everything from food to TV to home and garden.
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