Category Archives: Exhibitions

Family-focused ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror’ opens Oct. 13 at HomeSpace

Laura Burlton, “Ideas,” from “Chalk Dreams” HomeSpace of New Orleans will present a new exhibit, “I’ll Be Your Mirror,” an exploration of family through the eyes of seven contemporary photographers, at its gallery in the St. Claude Arts District, from October 13-November 18. An opening reception is set for Saturday, Oct. 13 from 6 to … Continue reading Family-focused ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror’ opens Oct. 13 at HomeSpace

NOPA members’ work accepted for ‘Louisiana Contemporary’

Nine NOPA members are among those with works accepted for “Louisiana Contemporary,” presented by Regions Bank, a juried, statewide art competition. The exhibit will open Saturday Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, in connection with the White Linen Night art festival. The NOPA members with works in the exhibit are: Angela BerryAndrew BoydPhilip … Continue reading NOPA members’ work accepted for ‘Louisiana Contemporary’

HomeSpace’s ‘Reflections Through a Lens’ exhibit opens March 10

The St. Roch area’s HomeSpace gallery will host an opening reception for a new exhibit, “Reflections Through A Lens: The Genre of Self-Portraiture,” on Saturday, March 10, from 6 to 9 p.m. The exhibition will include photography, photogravure and paintings. Artists and photographers with work featured include Tina Freeman, Sylvia Plachy, Josephine Sacabo, Elizabeth Shannon, and Mimi Stafford. The … Continue reading HomeSpace’s ‘Reflections Through a Lens’ exhibit opens March 10

Sugar community of Iberia Parish focus of Armentor exhibit

Photographs from NOPA member David Armentor that focus on Iberia Parish, La.’s once-vibrant sugar-producing community are currently on exhibit at the Cole Pratt Gallery, located at 3800 Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans. The exhibit began on Tuesday, Nov. 29 and will run through Saturday, Dec. 31. The gallery will host an opening reception for the exhibit, “The … Continue reading Sugar community of Iberia Parish focus of Armentor exhibit