Ayo Scott

Divinely Crafted by Ayo Scott

Divinely Crafted

The 100 Men Hall, founded in 1994 in order to “assist its members when sick, bury its dead in a respectable manner, and knit friendship. developed into an organization that preserves culture, interprets history and gathers the community in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi through live music events, innovative programs, and artistic expression. The Hall chose […]

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NOTCF Award

The New Orleans Tourism and Cultural Fund was set up to support cultural industries and culture bearers of the City of New Orleans through partnerships, grants, and programs to advance sustainable tourism. On Jan 14 2023, the NOTCF had their inaugural gala where they honored 8 culture bearers of different cultural sectors.  I was honored

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Ayo Scott- Bel Air

Features

Over the past few years opportunities have allowed for Ayo’s work to be featured in multiple notable film projects including “Cut Throat City” directed by RZA. Ayo’s work has also been featured on season 5 of HBO’s Queen Sugar. Most recently, two of Ayo’s pieces can be seen in episodes of the Fresh Prince dramatic

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Ayo Scott - Lessons

Lessons

During the lockdown of 2020 the Louisiana Endowment or the Humanities (LEH) began construction of the Helis Foundation John Scott Center. The center will be a hub for integrated arts and humanities programming unlike any in the Gulf South. It will also house the largest collection of artwork by Ayo’s Father John T. Scott. As

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ZGA Gardens at MacGregor Park

https://www.khou.com/article/features/young-artists-transform-zga-community-garden-at-macgregor-park/575627659 Young artists transform ZGA Community Garden at MacGregor Park “This is something they will be proud of for life and know that they collaborated for good,” said New Orleans artist Ayo Scott. HOUSTON — Kids at the Zina Garrison Tennis Academy took a break from swinging rackets to swinging paint brushes Thursday afternoon. They

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