News

 NOSD Is Pleased To Announce:  The Baby Doll Ladies' Centennial Exhibition titled, “Baby Dolls: Living Tradition & History” (premiered January 18, 2013) at the Presbytere, La. State Museum.  NOSD in association with The LA State Museum, provided belated recognition to our unique masking, music and dance folklore, which is also an important part of Louisiana's history and American pop culture. 


NOSD is Pleased to Announce:  Our feature article on CNN; IMPACT YOUR WORLD, entitled: "Baby Doll Ladies' modern Celebration of African-American history."


NOSD is Pleased to Announce:  Our feature article in Offbeat Magazine's online editorial (2/16/12), "The Babydolls are 100 and Brand New This Carnival" by Sam Primeaux (Photo credit -Jeffrey Dupuis)

 

NOSD is Pleased to Announce:  Our feature spread in the LA Cultural Vistas Magazine (Winter 2010-11 edition), "They Call Me Baby Doll; Resurrection of a Mardi Gras Tradition" by Dr. Kim Vaz (NOSD (group) Photo Credit -Jeffrey Dupuis; NOSD (poster) Photo Credit -J.Holmes)

 

Welcome



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Millisia White's New Orleans Babydoll Ladies & Music Ambassador, DJ Hektik are honored to have been selected to perform in the 2014 MACYS THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE!!!

 *A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU!*  On Behalf of NOSD & COMPANY we want to publicly recognize and thank our families and in particular those supporters, for without whose contributions, & shared talents our road to Macys experience would have not been a reality. Our heartfelt gratitude and sincere thanks goes out to:

Alesia Roman
Ashe Cultural Arts Center (N.O., LA)
Ben Sandmel (NOJHF)
Charles Tallerico
Dollie Rivas
Edward Buckner
Erica Williams
John H. Barnes Jr., Professor of Art (Dillard Univ.)
Meghan Davis
Nicholas Smith
Patric Ray
Rochelle Romenenq
Sally Young (WWOZ)

****************************

DANCE-TALENT & JUNIOR DANCE-AMBASSADORS WANTED!
Click magazine for details; Click star to register

 

****************************

CNN Living

CLICK TO VIEW - OUR "CNN LIVING" FEATURE ARTICLE; "BABY DOLL LADIES' MODERN CELEBRATION OF AN AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY"


************************

CLICK TO VIEW: Historic Overview of "Millisia White's New Orleans Baby Doll Ladies"


On January 18, 2013, The NOSD in partnership with the LA State Museum provided belated recognition of this unique folklore as an important part of Louisiana’s history & American pop culture by co-curating the exhibition entitled: “Baby Dolls; Living Tradition & History” at the Presbytere, LA State Museum (on view thru Jan. 2014.)

Design Copyright © 2011 Jonas Music Services. This website was created for New Orleans Society of Dance, Inc.. All site content belongs to New Orleans Society of Dance, Inc.