Saturday, August 6, 2016 -
5:30pm to 11:00pm

Tickets & Registration

Whitney White Linen Night at the CAC
900 Camp Street
$10 General Admission | Free to CAC Members
CAC's Cool Down Lounge
743 Camp Street
$40 CAC Members | $50 non-Members
Julia Street Block Party
Free Admission
Food & Beverage Tickets: 10 Tickets for $12
Rain or Shine
All admissions and food & beverage tickets are available for sale during the event on Julia Street, at the CAC, and at the Cool Down Lounge.



Whitney White Linen Night 2016

Whitney White Linen Night  2016 will launch the CAC’s milestone 40th Anniversary Season. This annual event is a fundraiser for the CAC.


300–700 blocks of Julia Street and throughout the Arts District New Orleans
Art Openings & Outdoor Celebration
Free Admission | 5:30–9:30pm New Extended Hours!
• Exhibition Openings at more than 20 Galleries & Museums
• Cocktails & Cuisine from 25 Local Restaurants
• Cox Cool Down Lounge
Rain or Shine
Food provided by The American Sector, Bratz Y’all, Crêpes à la Cart, Charcoal’s Gourmet Burger Bar, Curly Q Fry Company, Dickie Brennan’s Restaurant Group, Foundation Room at House of Blues, The Green Fork, Imperial Woodpecker Sno-Balls, Josephine Estelle at Ace Hotel, Kenton’s, Kingfish, La Thai Uptown, Legacy Kitchen, LMNO @ Le Meridien, Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant, Meauxbar, Mellow Mushroom, Mizado Cocina, Nirvana Indian Cuisine, NOLA Girl Food Truck & Catering, Pinkberry, Saucy’s BBQ, Seed, Saint Lawrence, Superior Grill, The Velvet Cactus
Stay Cool!
Limited tickets available for the CAC's Cool Down Lounge sponsored by Cox
The Lighthouse, 743 Camp Street at Julia Street
$40 per CAC Member | $50 per Non-Member
Includes 2 complimentary drinks, light bites, private restrooms, seating with air-conditioning, AND access to the CAC Afterparty.


900 Camp Street
$10 General Admission | Free to CAC Members or Cool Down Lounge ticket buyers
This group exhibition of regional artists marks the beginning of the CAC’s 40th Anniversary Season. 
$10 General Admission | Free to CAC Members
Cash Bars & Cuisine
Afterparty Entertainment: Mod Dance Party's DJ Matty spins funk and soul platters from the 50s, 60s, 70s, & 80s


Thank you our 2016 Whitney White Linen Night Partners, a portion of whose proceeds will benefit the CAC on Saturday, August 6. Please continue to support the CAC by visiting the following restaurants, shops, and bars during Whitney White Linen Night:
American Institute of Architects (AIA), Aunt Sally's Praline Shop, Avery Perfume Gallery, Barcadia, The Calling Card, Harrah's New Orleans Casino & Hotel, KREWE du optic, KV Workspace, Legacy Kitchen, Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery, Rock-N-Sake New Orleans, The Rusty Nail 


Ariodante Gallery, 535 Julia Street
White Linen Night—David Lumpkin, Nancy Susaneck, Louise Guidry—Acrylic on canvas, jewelry, ceramics
Arthur Roger Gallery, 432-434 Julia Street
New Wave—Kyle Bravo, Jenny LeBlanc—Installation
Photographs, Paintings and Drawings—George Dureau
Vic and Nat'ly comic strip artwork—Bunny Matthews
Beata Sasik Gallery, 541 Julia Street
Textures—Beata Sasik
boyd|satellite, 440 Julia Street
Sputnik 3—Errol Barron, Blake Boyd, Carlos Betancourt, David Eddington, Pinkney Herbert, Peter Hoffman, Deborah Pelias, Pat Phillips, Andres Serrano
Brand New Orleans Art Gallery, 646 Tchoupitoulas Street
The Best of Brand—Group show with various artists—Mixed media
Callan Contemporary, 518 Julia Street
Quantum Noûs—James Flynn—Acrylic and UV reactive acrylic paintings on wood panel
Contemporary Arts Center, 900 Camp Street
“A Building with a View”: Experiments in Anarchitecture
This group exhibition of regional artists marks the beginning of the CAC’s 40th Anniversary Season. 
Degas Gallery, 604 Julia Street
Fleurs d'ete—Susan Morosky, Cybele Gontar
Gallery 600 Julia, 600 Julia Street
in the shadow of a Beausoleil—Chuck Broussard—Oil paintings
George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts, 747 Magazine Street
Bayou Collection—George Rodrigue—Paintings created for a Cajun ghost story book, originally released during the 1984 World’s Fair in New Orleans. This collection includes Watchdog, the first ever "Blue Dog” painting based on the Cajun legend of the loup-garou.
George Schmidt Gallery, 626 Julia Street
Recent Works by George Schmidt—George Schmidt
Jed Malitz V2 Gallery, 615 Julia Street
Jazz'n Art—Joel Gwidt, Suzanne MacDonald, Caroline McClintic, Leonard Filgate, and Ceaux
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, 400A Julia Street
20th Annual NO DEAD ARTISTS: International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art—Jurors include Franklin Sirmans, Anastasia James, and Lester Marks.
Julie Silvers Art, 617 Julia Street
Swirl and Twirl—Julie Silvers
LeMieux Galleries, 332 Julia Street
In Our Veins—Amy Guidry—Acrylic painting
Near and Far—Lee Deigaard—Photography
Mallory Page Studio, 614 Julia Street              
Night Swimming—Mallory Page—Mixed media/Acrylic on canvas
Martine Chaisson Gallery, 727 Camp Street
Draped—Patty Carroll
May gallery & residency, 750 Carondelet Street
CELL—Heather Hansen and Diogo De Lima—Two live kinetic drawing and dance performances on paper: VR installation of prior kinetic drawing and dance performance
Octavia Art Gallery, 454 Julia Street
Pop Abstraction—Works by Sam Francis, Larry Poons, Andy Warhol, and more
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp Street
Louisiana Contemporary—Presented by The Helis Foundation, this annual juried exhibition is organized by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and promotes contemporary art practices in the state of Louisiana.
Søren Christensen, 400 Julia Street
On the Fabric of the Infinite—Melissa Herrington—New mixed media paintings on canvas and panel
Stella Jones Gallery, 201 Saint Charles Avenue, Suite 132
INSPIRED: Celebrating 20 Years of African American Art—Group Exhibition
The Alex Beard Studio, 608 Julia Street
A Brush with Nature—Alex Beard
YAYA Gallery at Deutsch Kerrigan L.L.P., 755 Magazine Street
Young Aspirations/Young Artists’ Exhibition—Various youth artists


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