Melba Liston, the first female trombonist to join big bands of the 1940's and 1960's, thought the trombone was the most beautiful thing she ever saw.Read More
After a fun-filled St. Patrick’s Day, MissArtemiss continues the celebrations of green by taking a closer look at our lovely and evergreen planet earth.Read More
This month's MissArtemiss Muse, Georgia O'Keeffe, inspires us to explore the unknown and to pursue our passions with curiosity and confidence.Read More
Although notorious as an elaborate fete for adults there are many family-friendly ways to revel with the best Mardis Gras goers right here in our beloved city of New Orleans.Read More
A heroine of France, a Saint of the Catholic Church, Joan of Arc is a modern day muse.Read More
In celebration of tonight's solstice moon, let's make a winter wish...Read More
In New Orleans, a life-sized gingerbread house delights children of all ages...Read More
At MissArtemiss, a wish is not a mere wish, but in fact, the stardust of which dreams are made. And, if you can dream it, you can do it. Follow this sacred message as we introduce December's MissArtemiss Muse: Louisa May Alcott, author of the famed Little Women.Read More
The MissArtemiss whimsical mix of bees and fleur de lis inspire girls to go forth and conquer, as Napoleon so infamously did.
MissArtemiss celebrates the strong, intelligent and peace-loving spirit of Sacagawea, a true-blue MissArtemiss Muse.
Discover how this #MissArtemissMuse empowers little women today with her adventures from over 200 hundred years ago...Read More
The truth is that New Orleans, with its long, rich history of illustrious characters and wild adventures, is thoroughly and permanently spooked.Read More
Amelia Earhart's lifestyle made independence and adventure more common goals for women.Read More