JAMMIN' ON JULIA

Arts District New Orleans

MAY 1ST 2021, 12-7PM

Arts District New Orleans (ADNO) is pleased to announce the return of Jammin' on Julia, a Spring art walk + music festival hybrid event in the district. Jammin' coincides with the First Saturday gallery openings on May 1ST, from 12-7PM. In lieu of the traditional evening art openings and street closure for the festival, the district welcomes patrons to an all-day rolling event featuring world class art exhibitions along Julia Street and the surrounding area, with musical performances in select galleries. The event is free and open to the public and is a perfect opportunity to stroll through the historic Arts District and discover New Orleans’ contemporary art, music, and cuisine. With the safety of our patrons in mind, social distancing and masks are mandated in the galleries.

Guests are invited to enjoy art, live music, libations, and an online auction. Patrons who visit may enjoy not only the art and music, but are invited to experience the varied and delicious cuisine offered by the many restaurants in the area. Musical performances by local musicians will take place in LeMieux Gallery, JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, Arthur Roger Gallery, Callan Contemporary, Ariodante, Octavia Art Gallery, Martine Chaisson Gallery, and SPILLMAN | BLACKWELL Fine Art. A map/gallery guide with music schedule may be picked up at any participating gallery courtesy of VenueApp ( learn more at www.venueapp.com).

 

Additional elements of the event include the fourth ADNO LIVE! online art auction (live.artsdistrictneworleans.com) featuring items from our member galleries, giving patrons the opportunity to acquire works of art for personal or corporate collections, in some cases at a price well below gallery retail. In conjunction with Jammin’ Arts Council and The Helis Foundation celebrate the official unveiling of “You Are What You Eat” a mural by artist Jessica Strahan from 3 - 5 PM, at Legacy Park (730 Baronne St.) in partnership with Downtown Development District, International High School of New Orleans, and New Orleans Arts District. This event will feature a youth arts showcase, music by DJ Gamma Bloom and mini farmers market featuring Paradigm Gardens and Farm to Funk Ferments.

 

About Arts District of New Orleans

The Arts District of New Orleans (ADNO) is a burgeoning hub for New Orleans’ professionals and creatives. ADNO strives to connect all aspects of the visual arts, culinary arts, musical arts, and the art of travel to make New Orleans a recognized destination for the arts. ADNO has 16 contemporary art galleries, three world class museums and institutions presenting visual and performing arts, a rotating outdoor public

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES

Ariodante Gallery, 535 Julia St.

Art: Myra Wirtz, Jack Frey, & Jerry Hymel

Suzanne & Angelique Juneau- jewelry

Music: Simon Burke

 

Arthur Roger Gallery, 432 Julia St.

Art: Shawne Major, David Halliday,

& Nicole Charbonnet

Music: Jeanne Jaubert, 3-6pm

 

Callan Contemporary, 518 Julia St.

Sybelle Peretti | Loveland

Music: Dominic Minix 4:30-6:30pm

 

Gryder Gallery, 615 Julia St.

Group Show | The Effect of Color

 

JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, 400A Julia

Art: Ruth Owens | Be Kind to Yourself

Carlton Scott Sturgill | Life in Bloom

Music: Daiquiri Jones 3-7pm

 

LeMieux Galleries, 332 Julia St.

Art: Group Show | Places I Remember

Music: aleatoric 4-6 pm

 

M Contemporary, 614 Julia St

Art: Deborah Mansfield paintings

& African Instruments

 

Martine Chaisson Gallery, 727 Camp St.

Elizabeth Chapin |Banishment of Solitude

Music: p1nkstar starting at 1:30

 

Octavia Art Gallery, 700 Magazine St.

Art: Betsy Eby | You Are the Sky

Music: Bad Andy 3-6pm

 

SPILLMAN | BLACKWELL Fine Art, 866 Camp St

Art: Ed Smith | A Common Struggle

Music: Jenn Howard Band 4:45-6:45pm

 

Stella Jones Gallery, 201 St. Charles Ave

Art: Georgette Baker | Do Remember Me Group Show | Complexion Reflections

 

OTHER VENUES

Unframed Mural Unveiling

Jessica Strahan “You Are What You Eat” mural/Youth Artist Showcase

mini farmers market featuring Paradigm Gardens and Farm to Funk Ferments

Legacy Park, 730 Barrone St, 3-5PM

Music: DJ Gamma Bloom

 

Café Carmo

Music: Amigos de Samba 3-6PM

Drink Special: $5 caipirinha (Natl. beverage of Brazil) all day

Food Special: Feijoada-traditional and vegan (Natl. dish of Brazil)

 

 

 

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