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  • THE ART OF THE JOURNEY, ART THERAPISTS’ EXHIBIT: Through Sept. 6, St. Tammany Art Association, 320 N. Columbia St., Covington. (985) 892-8650. sttammanyartassociation.org.

UNTITLED WORKS BY LEE MORAIS: SEPT. 6 THROUGH OCT. 26, THE FOUNDATION GALLERY, 1109 ROYAL ST., NEW ORLEANS. PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY NOLA. (504) 568-0955. WWW.FOUNDATIONGALLERYNOLA.COM.

LOUISIANA HE*ART, WORKS BY MICHELLE CONQUES OF DENHAM SPRINGS: SEPT. 6-30, JEAN BRAGG GALLERY OF SOUTHERN ART, 600 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. (504) 895-7375 OR JEANBRAGG.COM.

WANDERLUST: PAINTINGS BY CHERI BEN-IESAU, POTTERY BY RENEE MELITO, MIXED MEDIA BY STEPHEN PALMER AND JEWELRY BY CHIGUSA NISHIMOTO: SEPT. 6-30, ARIODANTE GALLERY, 535 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. (504) 524-3233 OR ARIODANTEGALLERY.COM.

UNTITLED, PINKNEY HEBERT ARTWORK: OPENING SEPT. 6, BOYD|SATELLITE GALLERY, 440 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. (504) 581-2440 OR BOYDSATELLITEGALLERY.COM.

UNTITLED, LOIS CHILES, RICHARD DEUTSCH, CAROLE A. FEUERMAN, BETH LAMBERT: SEPT. 20 THROUGH OCT. 11, OCTAVIA ART GALLERY, 454 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. (504) 309-4249. WWW.OCTAVIAARTGALLERY.COM.

SEGREGATION STORY, PHOTOGRAPHY BY GORDON PARKS: THROUGH SEPT. 20, ARTHUR ROGER GALLERY, 432 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. THIS COMPELLING SERIES CHALLENGED THE MYTH OF RACISM. (504) 522-1999. ARTHURROGERGALLERY.COM.

THIRD COAST SUITE, WORKS BY FRANCIS X. PAVY: THROUGH SEPT. 20, ARTHUR ROGER GALLERY, 432 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. IMAGERY, CONCEPTS AND IDEAS PERTAINING TO THE LOUISIANA COASTAL WETLANDS AND SURROUNDING WATERS. (504) 522-1999. ARTHURROGERGALLERY.COM.

18TH ANNUAL NO DEAD ARTIST: THROUGH SEPT. 27, JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, 400 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. INTERNATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ART. (504) 522-5471. JONATHANFERRARAGALLERY.COM.

OF PAINT AND PAPER, A SURVEY OF MONOTYPE COLLAGE PAINTINGS BY KEITH PERELLI, 2011-PRESENT: SEPT. 4 THROUGH OCT. 2, ISAAC DELGADO FINE ARTS GALLERY, 615 CITY PARK AVE., ISAAC DELGADO HALL, NEW ORLEANS. PERELLI’S FIGURATIVE MIXED MEDIA WORK FOCUSES ON SOCIO-POLITICAL AND PERSONAL THEMES OF CONFLICT AND DISCORD. OPENING RECEPTION SEPT. 4 FROM 5-7 P.M. (504) 671-6377. WWW.DCC.EDU/DEPARTMENTS/ART-GALLERY.

DATA SHADOWS, EXHIBIT BY ANNIELAURIE ERICKSON: THROUGH OCT. 8, CARROLL GALLERY AT TULANE UNIVERSITY, 202 WOLDENBERG ART CENTER, NEW ORLEANS. (504) 314-2228. CARROLLGALLERY.TULANE.EDU.

FROM CAMEO TO CLOSE-UP, LOUISIANA IN FILM: THROUGH NOV. 26, THE HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION WILLIAMS RESEARCH CENTER, 410 CHARTRES ST., NEW ORLEANS. POSTERS, LOBBY CARDS, PHOTOGRAPHS, PRESS BOOKS AND OTHER EPHEMERA FROM THE SILENT ERA TO THE MID-1990S. LOUISIANA’S CLIMATE AND SCENERY HAVE ATTRACTED FILMMAKERS SINCE THE SILENT ERA. (504) 523-4662. WWW.HNOC.ORG/LAINFILM.

CREOLE WORLD, PHOTOGRAPHS OF NEW ORLEANS AND THE LATIN CARIBBEAN SPHERE: THROUGH DEC. 6, THE HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION WILLIAMS RESEARCH CENTER, 410 CHARTRES ST., NEW ORLEANS. RICHARD SEXTON’S ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN IMAGES FROM 38 YEARS OF TRAVEL. (504) 523-4662. HNOC.ORG/CREOLEWORLDEXHIBITION.

WOODCARVINGS AND PAINTINGS BY LOCAL ARTISTS: J&S GALLERY, 3801 JEFFERSON HIGHWAY, JEFFERSON. (504) 952-9163.

“FROM BARBED WIRE TO BATTLEFIELDS, JAPANESE AMERICAN EXPERIENCES IN WWII” EXHIBIT: THE NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MUSEUM, 945 MAGAZINE ST., NEW ORLEANS. DURING WWII, INDIVIDUALS OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY IN THE U.S. HAD THEIR BASIC RIGHTS STRIPPED AS NEARLY 120,000 MEN, WOMEN AND EVEN CHILDREN WERE CONFINED IN CAMPS FOR YEARS, WITHOUT BENEFIT OF TRIAL. DESPITE THIS TREATMENT, 33,000 JAPANESE AMERICANS SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN EUROPE AND THE PACIFIC, EARNING NUMEROUS HONORS. NATIONALWW2MUSEUM.ORG.

“SHOUT, SISTER, SHOUT! THE BOSWELL SISTERS OF NEW ORLEANS” EXHIBIT: THE HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION, 529 ROYAL ST., NEW ORLEANS. A TRIO OF SISTERS FROM NEW ORLEANS BECAME THE DARLINGS OF RADIO’S GOLDEN AGE. MARTHA, CONNIE AND VET BOSWELL PIONEERED THE CHEERFUL, CLOSE-HARMONY STYLE THAT BECAME EMBLEMATIC OF 1940S GIRL GROUPS.

“GLIMMER STEADY INSIDE THE STONE” NEW PAINTINGS BY NATHAN DURFEE: LEMIEUX GALLERIES, 332 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS.

“LOUISIANA JEWELS” AND WATERCOLORS.: LIVE ART STUDIO, 4207 DUMAINE ST., NEW ORLEANS. HAND-TINTED PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE HARRIET BLUM COLLECTION AND WATERCOLORS BY SEAN FRILOUX. LIVEARTSTUDIO.COM.

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, POWER AND PRIVILEGE IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN HOME, 1492-1898: NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART, COLLINS DIBOLL CIRCLE, NEW ORLEANS. THIS EXHIBITION EXPLORES THE PRIVATE LIVES AND INTERIORS, FOCUSING ON THE HOUSE AS A PRINCIPAL REPOSITORY OF FINE AND DECORATIVE ART.

RISING UP, HALE WOODRUFF’S MURALS AT TALLADEGA COLLEGE: NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART, COLLINS DIBOLL CIRCLE, NEW ORLEANS. THIS PROJECT, A COLLABORATION BETWEEN THE HIGH MUSEUM OF ART AND TALLADEGA COLLEGE, CONSERVES WOODRUFF’S MURALS COMMISSIONED BY TALLADEGA COLLEGE IN 1938 AND PRESENTS THEM TO A NATIONAL AUDIENCE FOR THE FIRST TIME.

KOHLMEYER CIRCLE PRESENTS SHAWN HALL, PASTORAL UNIVERSE: OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART, 925 CAMP PLACE, NEW ORLEANS. IN THIS IMMERSIVE INSTALLATION, THE VIEWER IS PLACED WITHIN THE PIECE LOOKING OUT. OGDENMUSEUM.ORG/INDEX.HTML.

ART OF THE CUP EXHIBITION & TEAPOT SPOTLIGHT: OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART, 925 CAMP PLACE, NEW ORLEANS. RACHAEL DEPAUW, OF NEW ORLEANS, MODERNIZES THE HISTORIC TRADITION OF NEWCOMB POTTERY BY USING THE SGRAFFITO PROCESS TO CREATE BOLD RELIEF PATTERNS AND DESIGNS REFERENCING LOUISIANA’S INDIGENOUS FLORA. OGDENMUSEUM.ORG.

ROLLAND GOLDEN, AN ALTERNATE VISION: 10 A.M., OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART, 925 CAMP PLACE, NEW ORLEANS. ROLLAND GOLDEN’S WORK IS DEEPLY ROOTED IN THE LANDSCAPES AND CULTURE OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH. OGDENMUSEUM.ORG/INDEX.HTML.

“KEEPING TIME, EXTRAORDINARY IMAGES FROM LOUISIANA’S MUSICAL PAST:” THE OLD U.S. MINT, 400 ESPLANADE AVE., NEW ORLEANS. THE EXHIBIT DISPLAYS MORE THAN 50 EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE MUSEUM’S RENOWNED MUSIC COLLECTION. THELMF.ORG/DELFEAYO-MARSALIS-AND-THE-UPTOWN-JAZZ-ORCHESTRA.

ONE PLACE, PAUL KWILECKI AND FOUR DECADES OF PHOTOGRAPHS FROM DECATUR COUNTY, GEORGIA: OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART, 925 CAMP PLACE, NEW ORLEANS. KWILECKI OWNED AND OPERATED A HARDWARE STORE IN BAINBRIDGE, GEORGIA, AND SPENT OVER 40 YEARS PHOTOGRAPHING HIS NATIVE DECATUR COUNTY. $10 FOR NONMEMBERS. OGDENMUSEUM.ORG/INDEX.HTML.

LOUISIANA CONTEMPORAY: OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART, 925 CAMP PLACE, NEW ORLEANS. STATEWIDE-JURIED EXHIBITION ORGANIZED BY THE OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART THAT PROMOTES CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICES IN THE STATE. OGDENMUSEUM.ORG.

HIDDEN TREASURES OF THE LOUISIANA STATE MUSEUM RESTAURANTS EDITION: OLD U.S. MINT-LOUISIANA STATE MUSEUM, 400 ESPLANADE AVE., NEW ORLEANS. COLLECTION OF MENUS, COOKBOOKS AND RESTAURANT ARTIFACTS ARE EXAMINED IN A BEHIND-THE-SCENES VIEWING. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED, AND SPACE IS LIMITED. $20; $15 FOR FRIENDS OF THE CABILDO/LOUISIANA MUSEUM FOUNDATION MEMBERS. (504) 523-3939.

“STEINBECK THE ART OF FICTION” EXHIBIT: FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS, IRISH CULTURAL MUSEUM, 933 CONTI ST., NEW ORLEANS. SCULPTOR LEW AYTES AND PHOTOGRAPHER ROBERT NEASE POOLED THEIR TALENTS FOR THIS WORK DEVOTED TO THE RENOWNED PAINTER OF WORDS. ICMNOLA.COM.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 5

  • YCLEPT ART: 7 p.m., The Den at Howlin’ Wolf, 907 S. Peters St., New Orleans. Over 25 artists both local and visiting showing their most current works. Free admission. $5 raffle tickets toward an artist print at the show. thehowlinwolf.com/the-den.

STUDIO KIDS! “BOXED IN:” 10 A.M., NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART, COLLINS DIBOLL CIRCLE, NEW ORLEANS. ART CLASSES ARE FOR CHILDREN, AGES 5-10, WHO EXPLORE THE GALLERIES FOR INSPIRATION. CLASSES LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS. CALL (504) 658-4128 OR EMAIL EDUCATION@NOMA.ORG TO REGISTER OR INFORMATION. $22 FOR MEMBERS; $30 NONMEMBERS.

FRIDAY NIGHTS AT NOMA: 5 P.M., NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART, COLLINS DIBOLL CIRCLE, NEW ORLEANS. VARIETY OF ART, ACTIVITIES AND PERFORMANCES, WHICH RANGE FROM LECTURES, MUSIC PERFORMANCES, COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS AND FILMS INSPIRED BY THE CURRENT EXHIBITIONS. FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 6

  • LOUISIANA HE*ART OPENING RECEPTION: 10 a.m., Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art, 600 Julia St., New Orleans. New Orleans genre scenes by Baton Rouge artist Michelle Conques. Opening reception. jeanbragg.com.

LEE MORAIS, THE GILDED EDGE OPENING RECEPTION: 6 P.M., THE FOUNDATION GALLERY, 608 JULIA ST., NEW ORLEANS. A PORTION OF PROCEEDS FROM THIS EXHIBITION WILL BE DONATED TO NEW ORLEANS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY. LEEMORAIS.COM.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 13

  • ART ON OAK: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Symphony Book Fair Warehouse, 8605 Oak St., New Orleans. Fundraiser offering posters, prints and paintings starting at $1. Benefits the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. (504) 861-2004.