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Bayou St. John (12:15 PM-9:15 PM)
A music fest on the water featuring Alexis and the Samuri, Remedy Krewe, Fleur de Tease, Hot 8 Brass Band, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and more
Bayou St. John (11:00AM-1:00PM)
Pocket Aces Brass Band and Bone Tone Brass lead this year's second line, which starts and ends at Bayou Boogaloo!
Central City (1 p.m)
Second lines! Won't bow down!
Mid-City (All day)
Church and a parade to celebrate the club's 104th year
House of Blues (9:00 PM)
The Comedy Central comedian is here for some standup!
Big Top (7 p.m.)
8-16 piece traveilling circus punk troupe. Need we say more? Is there anymore to say? with Sammy Kay and the East Los Three, Dead Legends
Art Klub, 513 Elysian Fields Ave (8:00 PM)
An interactive and sparkling performance presented by Nari Tomassetti
Shadowbox Theatre (8:00 PM)
Straightforward conversational drama explores one area's gentrification through 50 years
Joe Krown feat. Russell Batiste and Walter "Wolfman" Washington
Maple Leaf (10:30PM)
Weekly gig on Oak with Krown on the organ, Washington firing up the guitar strings, and Batiste on the drums.
Hot 8 Brass Band
Howlin’ Wolf Den (10:00PM)
Weekly gig from some of the city’s best in brass
Sunday Youth Music Workshop
All ages workshop with Johnny Vidacovich. Bring your instruments!
Cajun Fais Do Do
Bruce Daigrepont is playing the washboard and getting you to bed early
Krewe du Guza
Le Bon Temps Roule (10:00PM)
Sunday Funday weekly gig from the husband and wife duo
Cafe Instanbul (7:00 PM)
A Japanese film about a teenager’s strange venture into a haunted house
Hi-Ho Lounge (8:00 PM)
King James & the Special Men
Charmaine Neville Band
New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Papa Grows Funk
Art Openings and Shows in NOLAEach week, NoDef brings you a comprehensive directory of visual arts
in the Crescent City from Julia to St. Claude
September 18-September 25
It’s not the busiest week for artists in the Crescent City, but there are exhibitions all over the city that you can still catch before the end of the month. While art lovers bide their time, they can check out after hours events at New Orleans’ two biggest museums, the Ogden Museum and the New Orleans Museum of Art. Stay with NOLA Defender for your arts coverage, updated every week.
NOMA’s Where Y’Art?! on Friday night will feature music from Jayna Morgan & The Sazerac Sunrise Jazz Band, a lecture on saving our cemeteries from NOLA Cemeteries: A History and Status Report, and a screening of Jean Bach & Matthew Seig’s A Great Day in Harlem. You can find more info about NOMA’s Friday night after hours activity here.
Ogden After Hours this Thursday presents local pianist and soulful performer Nasimiyu. Don’t forget to check out Miss Linda’s Soulfood catering, the $5 raffle to win an artful object, and the specialty cocktail. Parents can entertain their little ones at the O: Fun Kid’s Art Activity Table. Tickets are $10, free to Ogden members.
Antieau Gallery, 927 Royal St.
Katrina Brees’ bike sculptures are made from 100% landfill rescued materials, and two of them will be displayed in the gallery throughout September. The artist and founder of local Carnival Krewes The Bearded Oysters and Krewe of Kolossos has used her artistic bike creations in a number of parades as well as movies and commercials.
Ariodante Gallery, 535 Julia St.
Opening September 1: Paintings by Taft McWhorter, metal sculptures by Hernan Caro, and jewelry by Betsy Meyers Green. Lagniappe show: Bob Rue. On View through September 30.
Arthur Roger Gallery, 432-434 Julia St.
Paintings by Holton Rower from his exhibition, Love Heals. Video Installation by John Pilson—Altogether Elsewhere, and Quiver, objects from Rob Wynne. On view through September 19.
Barrister’s Gallery,2331 St. Claude Ave
This is How We Roll, a survey of the UNO Graduate Students, curated by Dan Tague and Tony Campbell and featuring artists Corbin R. Wayne Covher, Vanessa Centeno, Ryn Wilson, Valerie Corradetti, Wendell Brunious, Kevin Baer, and David Hassell. Pop-Up exhibit by Sallie Ann Glassman. Opening September 8, on view through October 6.
The Big Top 3 Ring Circus Arts Education Center, 1638 Clio St.
Circus. Circus. Circus. September at the Big Top will feature a number of events, so mark your calendars. Here’s a full roundup.
Byrdie’s Gallery, 2422A St. Claude
Pop Art by Sarah Amacker, opening September 8, reception from 6-10pm. Amacker’s pop art style gives simple photographs a pulse, bringing to life the beauty and complexity of the ordinary through bright and bold expression. On view through October 9.
Callan Contemporary, 240 Chartres St.
Raine Bedsole presents her new body of work Dream Documents, inspired by the time she spent in Greece and Cuba. On view through September 28.
Coup d’ Oeil, 2033 Magazine St.
Opening September 1: Paintings by New Orleans-based artist Meghan Methe. Methe’s work will be on view through the end of the month.
d. o. c. s., a studio gallery of contemporary art, 709 Camp St.
The Mystique, The Brilliance, paintings by Chic Connell. On view through September 27.
The Foundation Fine Art Gallery, 608 Julia St.
All Alive and Close Enough to Touch—Rob Stephens—printmaking. On view through November 3.
The Front, 4100 St. Claude
Andrew Miller’s exhibit explores branding, Rachel Amanda Jones exhibits new painting and installation work, Phillip Berezney blends sculpture and performance, and Ryan Watkins-Hughes curates Fair and Used. Open from 12pm-5pm on Saturday and Sunday, exhibition opening September 8. On view through October 7.
Good Children Gallery, 4037 St. Claude Ave.
GC New Member Exhibition, featuring Siobhan Feehan, Jayme Kalal, Tameka Jenean Norris, and Nina Schwanse. Opening reception September 8, 6-10pm. On view through September 16.
Guthrie Contemporary Gallery, 3815 Magazine St. *********
Identity, an exhibition featuring the work of Carlos Villasante, Sharon Jacques, and Carlos Betancourt.
Heriard-Cimino Gallery, 440 Julia St.
Aaron McNamee presents his collection of original artwork Between the Pages. On view through September 24.
Jean Bragg Gallery, 600 Julia St.
Opening September 1: Oscar Quesada, Q the Cloud, Personal Haunts and Delta Marvels. On view through October 6.
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, 400 Julia St.
Sidonie Villere and Jonathan Ferrara will present their exhibitions, Villere’s Adjust, and Ferrara’s, Correlation, at Isidore Newman’s Reynolds Ryan Art Gallery (5333 Danneel Street). Reception September 5, on view through September 28.
The 16th Annual No Dead Artists Juried Exhibition opened August 28. Exhibition will be on view until September 28.
Le Mieux Galleries, 332 Julia St.
They Were Hopelessly Outnumbered, ceramic sculptures and drawings by John Donovan. Opened August 4, on view through September 29.
M. Francis Gallery, 604 Julia St.
Evolution: The Spirit of an Artist, by Myesha Francis.
Mallory Page Studio Works, 641 Julia St.
Recent work by Mallory Page, mixed media on canvas and wood panel.
Martine Chaisson Gallery,727 Camp St.
Infinite Flux, oil on canvas by Batya Kuncman. On view through September 29.
Octavia Art Gallery, 4532 Magazine Street
Living with Pop, Emerging Artists and Modern Masters. This overview of pop culture and pop art from the 1960’s to the present will include works by Haring, Lichtenstein, Wesselman, Warhol, and more. On view through September 29.
Salon Gallery, 4432 Magazine St.
The Franklin Collection. Alumni from Ben Franklin High School (1961-2012) share their work. On view through August 27.
Stella Jones Gallery, 201 St. Charles Ave.
Mr. “I” The Bottle Cap Man—Mr. Imagination—bottle caps, found objects, mixed media.
Soren Christensen Gallery, 400 Julia St.
Wind by Ann Schwab. New mixed media, sculpture, installation, and works on paper. Opening reception September 8, on view through September 29.
Staple Goods, 1340 St. Roch Ave.
Carried, New Works from Robyn Denny. Denny’s work uses figures to illustrate tension by illustrating their movements from catastrophic events. The exhibition will continue on Saturday’s and Sundays through October 7.
Ten Gallery at the Salon Studios 4432 Magazine St.
Jeff Rinehart’s exhibition Falling Down, opened September 1, and will be on view until September 30.
Thomas Mann Gallery, 1812 Magazine St.
This month, the walls include work from local artists Thomas Mann, John Greco, Cathy Cooper, and Mark Garcie.
UNO St. Claude Art Gallery, 2429 St. Claude
Flourish, a solo exhibition from UNO M.F.A. alumna Kathryn Lorraine Rodriguez will be on view through the month of September. Rodriguez’ show blends her love for nature and the cosmos into painting, textiles, and sculpture. Join the artist for her walk-thru on Sunday September 30, from 1-3pm followed by a dessert reception.
New Orleans Museum of Art
Photography, Sequence, & Time, a photographic exhibition exploring the relationships that exist between meaning, narrative, and time. On view through December 2, in the Templeman Galleries.
Forever, a kaleidoscopic mural by Odili Donald Odita. First floor elevator lobby on view through October 7, 2013.
Ralston Crawford and Jazz. Crawford’s collection of over 150 photographs, paintings, prints, drawings, and films explore the intersections of various art forms in New Orleans. On view through October 14.
Self Taught Artists from NOMA’s Permanent Collection will be on view through June 10, 2012. The exhibition features the works of eleven auto didactic southern artists.
What is a photograph? Opens April 20. On view through August 19 in the Templemen Galleries. Works dating back to the 1840’s from NOMA’s permanent collection explore the question in the exhibition’s title.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art 925 Camp St.
Contemporary Arts Center:
Photograph by Lisette de Boisblanc, from the Ogden Museum’s Exhibition, New Southern Photography
Dead Huey Long, Emma Boyce, Ian Hoch, Sarah Esenwein, Ryan Sparks, Will Dilella, Chris Rinaldi, Lianna Patch, Phil Yiannopoulos, Cate Czarnecki, Jonas Griffin, Jennifer Abbot, Mary Kilpatrick, Elaina Patton, Mike Horst, Devin Bambrick, Katherine McGuire, Norris Ortolano, Joe Shriner
Ryan Sparks, Kerem Ozkan
Michael Weber, B.A.
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