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Whitney White Linen Night Returns to Julia Street

The biggest night of the year for the Warehouse District art scene took place on Saturday. From the CAC to all the way down Julia Street, galleries threw their doors open for the white-clad public. Scroll on for photos by Julian Orr. 


Thousands of people came out to celebrate the hottest night of the year for the New Orleans arts scene. The 300-700 blocks featured cuisine and cocktails from over two dozen restaurants, plus live music. The CAC hosted an opening reception for Ephemera Obscura, a new show featuring 34 local artists, as well as an Official Afterparty that featured sounds by DJ RQ Away. 


Photography courtesy of Julian Orr


Visitors viewing Ti-Rock Moore's exhibit


Taylor Collins and Alex Smith


Ti-Rock Moore's show


Ti-Rock Moore's show


Ti-Rock Moore


Octavia Gallery, 454 Julia St. 


CAC Afterparty


Octavia Gallery, 454 Julia St. 


Octavia Gallery, 454 Julia St. 


Aaron Levi Garvey, curator for the CAC show, and wife Stevie Covart Garvey


Lindsay Barfield, Exhibitions Manager and Chief Preparator, Aaron Levi Garvey, and Stevie Covart Garvey 


Katie Katzenmeyer of Oilfield Slang


Aaron Levi Garvey, Max, Christopher Lawson (artist, "How She Saved Everything") 


Elise Lawson McEachren (C) and her children Jenna and Ross


Mike Gregory, Tess Davis, Christopher Lawson


Glenn St. Patrick and Ashley Lorraine


Novelist Maurice Ruffin


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