Art Museums, Entertainment, Holidays, Performing Arts
Yes, Luna fete is still happening, but it's smaller and socially distant this year.
Art Museums, Entertainment
Brittany Schall could do anything that she wants to do with her art. Her art is powerful, personal, photorealistic and astoundingly skillful. What she chooses to do with it is...
Art Museums, Causes/Activism, Destinations, Mixed Media Art, New Orleanians
If you live in New Orleans, you’ve seen Lionel Milton’s work. His moving and powerful art graces many a wall and canvas around the city. He is a man with...
Art Museums, Know Your NOLA
JAMNOLA will take you on a photographable and Instagram-able journey throughout a magical New Orleans that explores art, music and the people who have made the city what it is....
Art Museums, Know Your NOLA, New Orleanians
The Louisiana artist may choose to keep his identity a secret but you can get to know him through his influences and through his work, which has cropped up everywhere...
Art Museums, New Orleanians
Louisiana local painter, Josh Wingerter, has seen a flurry of news coverage recently, for his “Drive Through Galleries” of vibrant, cheeky, topical painted stencil work along Royal, Burgundy, Decatur and...
Art Museums, Small Business
Home decor from New Orleans-based artists to spruce up your mood inside and remind you of our beautiful city.
Art Museums, Childrens Museums, Cultural Museums
Stuck in our homes, the city’s cultural organizations could have closed their doors and waited for this crisis to pass. Instead, they’ve done the opposite, by virtually opening their doors.
Art Museums, Childrens Museums, Comedy, Cultural Museums, Festivals/Street Fairs, Natural History Museums, Science Museums
Free comedy, festivals and museums are all you need to stay busy this weekend,
The most expensive piece of art ever sold was in Baton Rouge for almost a half-century.