Upcoming Art Events

all ages family friendly for teens budget contributed
The Cabildo
$6

This tricentennial exhibition of Don Andrés Almonester and his daughter, Micaela, the Baroness de Pontalba with portraits, treasures from the family château in France, loans from other collections, and historic and commissioned photographs of Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo,… Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

The exhibition features five 20th Century quilts made by the women of Alabama that elevate a traditional craft form to a work of intentional art, using geometric shapes and an independent design process. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

Celebrating the centennial of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the exhibit explores the school that integrated fine arts and design, including photographs and decorative arts from NOMA’s permanent collection, the exhibition underscores the principles of the Bauhaus aesthetic and mission. www.noma.org Read more

all ages family friendly for teens budget contributed
The Cabildo
$6

This tricentennial exhibition of Don Andrés Almonester and his daughter, Micaela, the Baroness de Pontalba with portraits, treasures from the family château in France, loans from other collections, and historic and commissioned photographs of Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo,… Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

The exhibition features five 20th Century quilts made by the women of Alabama that elevate a traditional craft form to a work of intentional art, using geometric shapes and an independent design process. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

Celebrating the centennial of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the exhibit explores the school that integrated fine arts and design, including photographs and decorative arts from NOMA’s permanent collection, the exhibition underscores the principles of the Bauhaus aesthetic and mission. www.noma.org Read more

Slave Rebellion Reenactment Costume Shop

Sewing repurposed clothing to make costumes for "Slave Rebellion Reenactment," largest armed rebellion of enslaved people in United States; open to all skill levels, materials provided. Also various dates at Longue Vue House and Gardens, Herbert Hall at Tulane Univeristy and St. John Library… Read more

all ages family friendly for teens budget contributed
The Cabildo
$6

This tricentennial exhibition of Don Andrés Almonester and his daughter, Micaela, the Baroness de Pontalba with portraits, treasures from the family château in France, loans from other collections, and historic and commissioned photographs of Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo,… Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

The exhibition features five 20th Century quilts made by the women of Alabama that elevate a traditional craft form to a work of intentional art, using geometric shapes and an independent design process. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

Celebrating the centennial of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the exhibit explores the school that integrated fine arts and design, including photographs and decorative arts from NOMA’s permanent collection, the exhibition underscores the principles of the Bauhaus aesthetic and mission. www.noma.org Read more

contributed accessible all ages
Hermann-Grima Historic House
$20-$25

Drawing time led by Sarah Nelson and use historical elements of this French Quarter courtyard for inspiration with basic materials provided. www.hgghg.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

The exhibition features five 20th Century quilts made by the women of Alabama that elevate a traditional craft form to a work of intentional art, using geometric shapes and an independent design process. www.noma.org Read more

New Orleans Museum of Art

Celebrating the centennial of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the exhibit explores the school that integrated fine arts and design, including photographs and decorative arts from NOMA’s permanent collection, the exhibition underscores the principles of the Bauhaus aesthetic and mission. www.noma.org Read more

all ages family friendly for teens budget contributed
The Cabildo
$6

This tricentennial exhibition of Don Andrés Almonester and his daughter, Micaela, the Baroness de Pontalba with portraits, treasures from the family château in France, loans from other collections, and historic and commissioned photographs of Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo,… Read more

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