When

Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 5:30pm

Tickets & Registration

Whitney White Linen Night Afterparty at the CAC
900 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
9pm-Midnight
$10 General Admission | Free to CAC Members
 
CAC's Cool Down Lounge presented by Cox
The Lighthouse, 743 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
5:30–9:30pm
$40 CAC Members | $50 non-Members
Includes two (2) complimentary drinks, light bites, private restrooms, and seating with air conditioning plus access to the 9pm Afterparty at CAC
 
Julia Street Block Party
Free Admission
Food & Beverage Tickets: 10 Tickets for $12
Rain or Shine
 
Tickets are on sale now. All proceeds from the event, including admissions and food & beverage tickets, benefit the CAC and the Arts District New Orleans. 

Support

Whitney White Linen Night 2017

Sport your white linen and support the CAC and the Arts District New Orleans on the hottest night of the year! 

ART OPENINGS AND JULIA STREET BLOCK PARTY

300-700 of Julia Street and throughout the Arts District New Orleans
Free Admission | 5:30–9:30pm
Eat, drink & support the CAC | Proceeds from food and beverage tickets benefit the CAC's contemporary programs in visual arts, performing arts and education and outreach
• Exhibition Openings at more than 20 Arts District New Orleans Galleries & Museums
• Cocktails and Cuisine from 25 Local Restaurants
 
Purchase food & beverage tickets | 10 tickets for $12
 
Avoid the long lines! Advanced food and beverage tickets are available for pick-up at the CAC (900 Camp Street) until August 4, 2017. On August 5, please pick up pre-ordered tickets at the CAC Tent, 600 Block of Julia Street, after 5pm. 
 
Advanced ticket lagniappe: For every 50 food & beverage tickets purchased before August 4, 2017, the CAC will provide one complimentary CAC Afterparty admission for you or a guest.
 

WHITNEY WHITE LINEN NIGHT AT THE CAC

CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER
900 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
 
EPHEMERA OBSCURA, OPENING RECEPTION
5:30–9:30pm
Free Admission
 
OFFICIAL CAC AFTERPARTY
9pm–Midnight
$10 General Admission | Free to CAC Members
Cash bars, cuisine, and music by DJ RQ Away
*NEW LOCATION* in CAC’s newly renovated Warehouse (entrance on Camp Street)
 
CAC's Cool Down Lounge Presented by Cox Communications
The Lighthouse, 743 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
5:30–9:30pm
$40 CAC Members | $50 General admission
Includes two (2) complimentary drinks, light bites, private restrooms, and seating with air conditioning plus access to the Afterparty at CAC
 

ARTS DISTRICT NEW ORLEANS OPENINGS

Ariodante Contemporary Crafts Gallery, 535 Julia Street
Pathless Travel Continued—Cheryl Grace, Emily Zawislak, Jerry Hymel, Crescent City Swoon
 
Arthur Roger Gallery, 432 Julia Street
R.I.P. Bruce Davenport Jr. Artwork by Dapper Bruce Lafitte—Dapper Bruce Lafitte
John T. Scott: His Legacy—John T. Scott
 
Beata Sasik Gallery, 541 Julia Street
SANCTUARY—Beata Sasik—Original Oils
 
Boyd|Satellite, 440 Julia Street
Louisiana Cereal: The Kickstarter Project—Blake Boyd—Polaroid Portraits and Mixed Media
 
Brand New Orleans Art Gallery, 646 Tchoupitoulas Street
Soul of New Orleans—Epaul Julien—Mixed Media
 
Callan Contemporary, 518 Julia Street
Faith and Reason II—Doyle Gertjejansen
 
Degas Gallery, 604 Julia Street
Primary Process—Robin Benton Crutcher
 
Degas Gallery (at Humphreys & Partners), 608 Julia Street
Poem Paintings—Cybèle Gontar
Year of Abstraction, Select Works—Emily Lovejoy
 
Gallery 600 Julia, 600 Julia  Street
White Linen Night on Bayou Black—Will Smith, Jr.—oil painting
 
George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts, 747 Magazine Street    
Cayla Zeek: An Ever-changing Sentiment—Cayla Zeek
 
George Schmidt Gallery, 626 Julia Street
Recent Works—George Schmidt—paintings
 
JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, 400A Julia Street
A Burning House—Ti-Rock Moore—mixed-media conceptual, activist art
 
LeMieux Galleries, 332 Julia Street
Campfire Stories—John Donovan and Mark Hosford—ceramics, screen printing and mixed media collaborative works
 
Martine Chaisson Gallery, 727 Camp Street
Being—Adrien Broom
 
Octavia Art Gallery, 454 Julia Street
CUBA—Frank Mujica Chávez, Roberto Diago, Alex Hernández Dueñas, José Emilio Fuentes Fonseca (JEFF), and The Merger—Paintings, sculptures, and photographs
 
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp Street
Louisiana Contemporary Presented by The Helis Foundation
Various Contemporary Louisiana Artists
 
Søren Christensen, 400 Julia Street
A Distant Holla—Daniel Minter—Mixed media painting, assemblage, and sculptural installation
 
Stella Jones Gallery, 201 St. Charles Avenue
How Then Shall We Remember—Delita Martin—Mixed Media Paintings

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