New Orleans

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New Orleans Museum of Art

The city’s oldest fine arts institution with permanent collection of over 40,000 objects. Website Address 1 Collins Diboll Cir FEATURED IN “Changing Courses” and Self-Reflection at the New Orleans Museum of Art

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Located in the vibrant Warehouse Arts District featuring a largest and most comprehensive collection of Southern art large and comprehensive collection of Southern Art. Website Address 925 Camp St FEATURED IN “The Rising” of New Orleans Post-Katrina, at the Ogden Museum What Music is Within at Ogden Museum, New Orleans


New Orleans-based organization committed to being a vital participant in the life of the city through the creation and support of artist- and writer-driven programs. Website Address 3718 St Claude Ave FEATURED IN In 200 Words: R. Eric McMaster at Antenna Gallery, New Orleans

Jonathan Ferrera Gallery

A commercial gallery with a public conscience featuring monthly exhibitions of (inter)national, emerging to established, contemporary artists. Website Address 400A Julia St

Arthur Roger Gallery

An anchor New Orleans gallery featuring regional & international artists in several exhibit spaces. Website Address 432 Julia St

The Front

Fostering the work of emerging contemporary artists through innovative exhibitions, lectures, screenings, performances, arts programming and career building programs which are free and open to the public. Website Address 4100 St Claude Ave FEATURED IN The Front in New Orleans, LA

Good Children Gallery

Good Children Gallery is a pioneer artist-run space in the St. Claude Arts District aimed at enhancing the cultural landscape of New Orleans. Website Address 4037 St Claude Ave

Newcomb Art Museum

Tulane University's museum presenting exhibitions and programs on art and design that engage communities both on and off campus. Website Address Woldenberg Art Center #202 Newcomb Cir FEATURED IN Aboriginal Women Artists Get Their Due at the Newcomb in New Orleans Flights of Fantasy: Kate Clark and Andrea Dezsö at Newcomb Art Museum, New Orleans

Staple Goods

An artist collective dedicated to innovative programming of contemporary visual art by its members and invited guests from the U.S. and abroad. Website Address 1340 St Roch Ave

Ashé Cultural Art Center

Ashé curates, exhibits, and commissions fine, folk, and fine-folk art of the African Diaspora, producing over 350 music, theater, dance, spoken word, drum circles, and multi-disciplinary events a year. Website Address 1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd

New Orleans African American Museum

NOAAM seeks to preserve and further the culture and history of African Americans and the African diaspora. In addition to developing exhibitions, the museum provides programs and space for the community. Website Address 1418 Governor Nichols St

Backstreet Cultural Museum

The museum houses an expansive assortment of memorabilia indigenous to Mardi Gras, jazz funerals and other New Orleans traditions, including a collection of photography and video documentation by Sylvester Francis. Website Address 1116 Henriette Delille St

Stella Jones Gallery

The gallery provides a venue for artists of the African diaspora to exhibit superior works of art while providing lectures, panel discussions, intimate gallery talks and exhibitions with artists in attendance. Website Address 201 St Charles Ave #132

McKenna Museum of African American Art

The McKenna Museum seeks to make fine art of the African Diaspora accessible by identifying and presenting emerging artists alongside well-established fine arts masters. Website Address 2003 Carondelet St

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