Free and open to the public, LUNA Fête 2016 will begin on Wednesday, December 7 running 6 – 9 PM nightly in Lafayette Square through Saturday, December 10 and feature a roster of international, national, and local artists.
The Arts Council Honors is the Arts Council’s annual celebration honoring outstanding individuals and organizational contributors to the arts and cultural community.
The Arts Council New Orleans, is requesting proposals for The Galvez Streetscape Project, an artistic installation consisting of illustrations depicted across 22 Corten steel plates.
Visual artists and craft persons, it’s that time! Jazz Fest Crafts applications to be included in the 2017 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival will be available on Monday, October 10th at midnight.
If you thought you knew what the Fat City neighborhood looked like, you should plan another visit.
Arts Council solidifies leadership and advances mission that art transforms communities
Our members are the people who believe – like we do – that arts and culture is big picture, big meaning, and big value in New Orleans. They’re the people who want to be around others who think that, too.
2016 – 2018 Strategic Plan Culminates with LUNA Fête December 2018
Art experiences are an uplifting, spontaneous, and daily aspect of New Orleans life. We know that creative expression inspires, illumines, empowers, disrupts, stimulates, and heals. We work to further that.
Artists play a profound role in shaping our awareness, elevating our communities, exalting our possibilities, and furthering the forms within which art occurs. Supporting, engaging, and respecting artists is at the center of our work.
Kinesthetic and aesthetic surroundings shape our experience and sense of self; investments in civic design and art reflect the value we place on the well-being of our city and each other.