FIDELITY BANK WHITE LINEN NIGHT

Arts District New Orleans

August 7th, 2021, 6-9 PM

ARTS DISTRICT NEW ORLEANS ANNOUNCES “FIDELITY BANK WHITE LINEN NIGHT” IS BACK AUGUST 7TH

White Linen Night returns with ART, food, drinks, and fun in Downtown New Orleans (masks are required in the galleries and encouraged on the street)

NEW ORLEANS (20 July 2021) – Arts District New Orleans (ADNO), the organization that founded the popular White Linen Night, is pleased to announce that the event is back this year, and will take place on August 7th, in conjunction with the First Saturday art walk. This year’s event is presented by new sponsor Fidelity Bank and will take place from 6-9 p.m. on the 300-600 blocks of Julia Street in the New Orleans’ historic Warehouse Arts District and will also include museums and institutions in the immediate area. The 20 contemporary art galleries and institutions which compose the Arts District are eager to welcome guests back to visit and view their exhibitions in person at this highly-anticipated annual event. Guests are strongly encouraged to don their white linen while strolling down Julia St., visit the galleries, enjoy food and drink from local vendors, and art-centered street activations.

Each gallery will present new exhibitions, with world-class art installations from the talented artists represented. In addition to the Julia Street art walk event, member galleries off-Julia will also welcome guests, and area institutions The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) and The Ogden Museum of Southern art will also open their doors and unveil new exhibitions. As the event closes, guests are invited and encouraged to make their way to White Linen Night Party, After Dark, an after-party event presented by the CAC which goes until MIDNIGHT.

INSTAGRAM GIVEAWAY
-Follow ADNO on Instagram
-Visit at least 3 of 7 stops off Julia Street, take a picture of artwork or selfie and post to your story. Tag both the location and ADNO to be entered to win. STOPS ARE: Ogden, CAC, SPILLMAN | BLACKWELL, Stella Jones, Martine Chaisson, Octavia, American Italian Cultural Center, and New Orleans Marriott Warehouse Arts District Hotel. Prize package will include elements to a "night in the Arts District" with a one-night stay at New Orleans Marriott Warehouse Arts District Hotel, gift certificates for bar tab and dinner from ADNO friends, and a year membership to the Ogden. I'll try to make some sort of graphic for this, but maybe for now we can just list it? 

New Orleans Marriott Warehouse Arts District Hotel will be offering 25% off all food and beverage at the bar when you mention White Linen Night. 

“White Linen Night has been part of the Arts District calendar for 27 years,” says Leslie-Claire Spillman, ADNO President. “While the events of the last 15 months have presented some challenges for this year’s event, we are grateful that with this new partnership with Fidelity Bank, we are able to welcome guests back to the district for the event we all know and love; a night of food, drink, fun, and most importantly ART. Join us for the art walk from 6-9 p.m. and then keep the party going into the night at the CAC, or drink and dine at the many incredible eateries and watering holes in the beautiful Arts District”.

“Fidelity Bank is proud to sign on as title sponsor and present White Linen night this year,” says Chris Ferris, President and CEO of Fidelity Bank. “For 113 years, we’ve supported art and culture in New Orleans. Our mission is to be Here for Good and ourcommunity partner, ADNO is certainly doing good by making sure this signature event returns to the streets of New Orleans for 2021. Fidelity Bank supports the many local galleries and artists that make up the art district of New Orleans and we look forward to a fantastic Fidelity Bank White Linen Night.”

In addition to title sponsor, Fidelity Bank, this event is made possible by the generous support of the Downtown Development District New Orleans and Event Restroom of Gretna.

 

MEMBER GALLERY & INSTITUTION EXHIBITIONS

Ariodante Gallery, 535 Julia St. Amy Sartin Carlisle- "Featured artist Lisa Normand- Jewelry
Nancy Susaneck- Lagniappe Artist Gary Schiro- Crafts"

Arthur Roger Gallery, 432 Julia St. Group, "BLACK BEAUTY" and Christopher Saucedo, "Requiem MMI"

Beata Sasik Gallery, 541 Julia St. Beata Sasik, "New Work"

Callan Contemporary, 518 Julia St. Michael Kessler, "Shifting Filters"

Contemporary Arts Center, 900 Camp :St BEHIND EVERY BEAUTIFUL THING: Encountering Bodies, Wrestling the Human Condition"

Degas Gallery, 604 Julia St, Michael Guidry, "Bonne Fortune" and Michael Hedges, "New Paintings"

Gallery 600 Julia, 600 Julia St Carol Hallock, "Gone Bananas"

Gryder Gallery, 615 Julia St, Dapper Bruce Lafitte and GRYDER present "New Orleans/New Wave: A Celebration of the Life of Diego Cortez (Part I)"

Italian American Cultural Center, 537 S Peters Luke Fontana, New Work 

JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, 400A Julia St. Jenny Day, "Not Mirrors", Portals and Trenity Thomas, "Alternatively Free"

LeMieux Galleries, 332 Julia St. Group, "And Now for Something New, Vol. 3" 

M Contemporary, 614 Julia St. Frederick Guess, New Paintings, James Strombotne, Tamarind Institute Prints (1960’s)

Martine Chaisson Gallery, 727 Camp St., Hunt Slonem

Octavia Art Gallery, 700 Magazine St. Alia Ali, "Patterned Paradigms"

Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp St Louisiana Contemporary 2021 presented by The Helis Foundation

SPILLMAN | BLACKWELL Fine Art, 866 Camp St Kimberly Witham, "This Mortal Coil" and Ann Johnon, "New & Recent Work"

Stella Jones Gallery, 201 St. Charles Ave. Halim Flowers & John Lister, "Meeting of Two Kings"

 

VENDORS


400 block of Julia
Crepes a la Carte
Tanjariné Kitchen (Vegan)
Da Grillmaster Smoke & Soul BBQ
Big O's Original Pops (bigopops.com)

500 block of Julia
Carmo
Bec's at the Lake
Tre's Kitchen
Big O's Original Pops (bigopops.com)
 

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