Artist Spotlight

Inside the Artist Studio of Kate Tova

“My art is formed from a subconscious blend of my recent experiences and imagination. Much of my inspiration comes from the greatest artist of all – nature.” – Kate Tova

Art Crush

Since 1994, art lovers in New Orleans have ushered in the first weekend of August dressed in all-white linen, celebrating a communal attraction to contemporary art with a sense of whimsy and lightheartedness reminiscent of a school yard crush. In conjunction with White Linen Night on Saturday, August 5th, The Old No. 77 Hotel &… Read more »

(Somebody Got) Soul, Soul, Soul

“Soul is a feeling, a truth. It is the state of mind that we encounter music and culture, whether from New Orleans or from around the world. Soul is the essence of expression, and it informs our creative energy, spirit, and life. The title that I’ve chosen is the same title of the song recorded… Read more »

Where to Find Where Y’Art in 2017

The quantity and variety of art made in New Orleans can be overwhelming. And visitors to our city may not have the time they need to explore it all on their own. That got us thinking: How can we make New Orleans art accessible to people all over the world? And how can we help… Read more »

Fairer Sex Opens White Linen Night

Fairer Sex: Part One_Where Y'Art_New Orleans Artist

Beat the heat with Where Y’Art and The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery as we celebrate the White Linen Night opening of Fairer Sex: Part One, an all-female interactive exhibition, featuring works by Ember Soberman, Lori Sperier, and Saegan Swanson. Read more about the show on the blog. Fairer Sex, an interactive exhibition allows you to virtually connect… Read more »

Ooh Poo Pah Doo: Rhythm N’ Hues

Exploring the intersection of music and art, Ooh Poo Pah Doo: Rhythm N’ Hues is a tribute to Allen Toussaint, one of the New Orleans’ greatest musicians and supporters of emerging artists, whose soul, creativity, and vision undeniably shaped the rhythm of the City. A partnership born of a shared passion for supporting local artists,… Read more »