Events + 300 for 300 Exhibition

In celebration of the Tricentennial and the trailblazers and innovators that have paved the way to make New Orleans into the creative capital it is today, The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery and Where Y’Art present NOLA 300 for 300 Exhibition starting Friday, December 7 through January 31. Twelve artists, hand-picked by the editors… Read more »

In the Community + Hiding In Plain Sight: Must See Murals Below Esplanade Pt. 2

We’ve scouted New Orleans to bring you a few must-see murals in the Marigny, Bywater and Treme neighborhoods. While scouting art, we wondered what the difference was between graffiti & street art. So, we asked New Orleans street artist, Jeremy Paten for his two cents. “If I had to describe the two, I would say that graffiti rejects established standards, encourages experimentation, and draws… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 46

We’re excited to share with you the forty-sixth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Dylan French Cole, aka “Mama D”, Staci Rosenberg, Rose Nicaud, Big Freedia, Carl Galmon, Wilbert Rawlins Jr., and Ida Richardson. Mama D, by Sean Randall “I can’t think of a better gift in the face of this tragedy than Mama D…. Read more »

In the Community + Hiding in Plain Sight II: Must-See Murals in Central City

This week in Hiding in Plain Sight, we’re exploring the streets and street art of Central City. Central City and Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard (OCH) are both essential cultural icons of New Orleans. OCH, in the late 19th and 20th, centuries was a center of rapid commercial growth and was home to a diverse population, and during the… Read more »

In the Community + Hiding in Plain Sight II: Must-See Murals in Central City Pt. 2

This week in Hiding in Plain Sight, we’re exploring the streets and street art of Central City. Central City and Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard (OCH) are both essential cultural icons of New Orleans. OCH, in the late 19th and 20th, centuries was a center of rapid commercial growth and was home to a diverse population, and during the… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 45

In the Community + Hiding in Plain Sight: Must-See murals in the Treme

We’ve scouted New Orleans to bring you a few must-see murals in the Treme neighborhood. While scouting art, we wondered what the difference was between graffiti & street art. So, we asked New Orleans street artist, Jeremy Paten for his two cents. “If I had to describe the two, I would say that graffiti rejects established standards, encourages experimentation, and draws from popular culture… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week 44

In the Community + Hiding in Plain Sight: 10 Must-See Murals Below Esplanade

We’ve scouted New Orleans to bring you a few must-see murals in the Marigny, Bywater and Treme neighborhoods. While scouting art, we wondered what the difference was between graffiti & street art. So, we asked New Orleans street artist, Jeremy Paten for his two cents. “If I had to describe the two, I would say that graffiti rejects established standards, encourages experimentation, and draws… Read more »