Jammin' On Julia

4 May 2018


Jammin’ on Julia is an annual festival benefiting the non-profit, Arts District New Orleans. 

Our non-profit organization has been diligently 'rebranding' and expanding over the past two years to become a nationally recognized contemporary fine arts, food and performance destination in a compact, coherent architecturally distinctive historic district.

We have 12 contemporary art galleries, 3 world class museums/institutions presenting visual and performance arts, numerous hotels, cafés, bars and star chef restaurants all working together to support and reinforce the unique qualities of the Arts District.

Jammin' on Julia takes place on Saturday, May 4th, from 6 - 11 p.m. There will be art, refreshments and music on the street as well as inside the galleries.


Ariodante Gallery
Split Personality - Myra Williamson Wirtz, Nancie Roark, Juli Juneau, Sergio Alvarez

Arthur Roger Gallery
John Alexander - Recent Paintings and Drawings
Pard Morrison - In Fields

Beata Sasik Gallery
Beata Sasik - new work

Boyd | Satellite
Deborah Pelias - Escapes

Brand New Orleans Art Gallery
Ida Floreak - Ascent

Callan Contemporary
John Henry - Sculpture

Paul Villinski - Reprise
Carlton Scott Sturgill - Something Old / Something New

LeMieux Galleries
Benjamin J Shamback - Flowers Color the Landscape

Martine Chaisson Gallery
Mallory Page - a ponderous weight (I don't remember if I was freightened or pleased.)

Octavia Art Gallery
Kikuo Saito

Søren Christensen Gallery
Group Work, selections from the roster

Stella Jones Gallery
Made America



Jen Howard Band

Bon Bon Vivant

Mariachi Jilasco

Helen Gillet


Taylor Ott


ArtSumex - Court 13's El Toro 

Brennan Steele light projection installation

Buku Dance Krewe - Dancing Grounds

Liquid Rhythm Inc

7 Live Painters
- Brent Houzenga
- Epaul Julien
- Dago
- Arlyn Sanchez
- JoLean Barkley

- Wendo
- Monica Kelly 

5 Public Sculptures

Special Guest appearances by:

Golden Eagles Mardi Gras Indians

Jailhouse Rockers

Merry Antoinettes

Michael Feduccia and the Electronic 2nd Line led by "Cash" the mobile DJ booth



New Orleans Social House (NOSH)

Flamingo A Go Go



Zippy Fruit

Margaritas by Superior Grill, beer sponsored by Abita and wine from Martin's Wine Cellar



Downtown Development District

Deutsch Kerrigan

Iberia Bank

Mexican Consulate of New Orleans

New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation

MDRG - Market Dynamics Research Group

French Quarter Realty

ABITA brewing company

Martin Wine Cellar

Superior Grill

WHERE Magazine

OffBeat Magazine

The New Orleans Advocate

St. Charles Avenue Magazine



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