In collaboration with Tulane University's School of Architecture, Louisiana State University's Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, and the Tulane City Center, The Mardi Gras Indian Council envisions the possibility of a strong enduring presence along the LaSalle corridor in Central City. The historic significance of this corridor is consistently reinforced through important annual cultural events such as Mardi Gras, Super Sunday and St. Joseph's Night parades, which begin at A.L. Davis Park where the Mardi Gras Indians meet and practice throughout the year. Through landscape interventions and the renovation of exisiting structures a future 'campus' is proposed to provide a permanent place in which the Mardi Gras Indians could host events and classes, raise funds and plan projects, all while preserving their culture. Moreover, such a campus would create an identifiable Mardi Gras Indian landmark, strengthening Central City and New Orleans through community and cultural programming.