Oestreicher to Chair Panel at International Sculpture Convention

sculpture-neworleans-oestreicher-ceonvention-photoDavid Oestreicher has been selected as Chairman of a Panel Discussion for the International Sculpture Center Convention in New Orleans on October 1-4,2014 at the Renaissance Arts Hotel. Serving on the panel will be Mark Romig, President of the New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Corporation and voice of the New Orleans Saints, and Kurt Weigel the Direcrtor of the Downtown Development District. The subject will be cultural tourism as an economic engine.

The 24th International Sculpture Conference: Sculpture, Culture, and Community, will feature panel discussions, keynotes, workshops, artSLAMS, and networking events, and will explore how sculpture and the arts can rejuvenate communities and economies.

The conference is hosted in collaboration with the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, New Orleans Arts District, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, and Sculpture for New Orleans.

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Not too long after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, David Oestreicher, then-president of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, contacted Michael Manjarris to talk about the visual arts in New Orleans. Manjarris, founder of Artist and Sculpture for New Orleans says Oestreicher took the lead to make sure support was going to the visual arts in New…

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Oestreicher appointed judge pro tempore

David W. Oestreicher, a New Orleans lawyer, was appointed Judge pro tempore of the City of New Orleans Municipal Court. His appointment was made by the Louisiana State Supreme Court.

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Oestreicher wins settlement, and cookie name crumbles

A federal judge signed a lawsuit settlement in which a Los Angeles woman will retain the sole rights to her brand of cookie confections. New Orleans lawyer, David W. Oestreicher, II, filed the suit on behalf of Phyllis Hoffman, who operated a mail order cookie business in New Orleans, where she also delivered to homes…

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