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Creative Alliance of New Orleans
Art Home New Orleans
Art Home New Orleans is a program from the Creative Alliance of New Orleans that introduces participants to the depth and quality of art collectors in New Orleans. On November 19th and 20th from 10am to 6.30pm, selected homes will open up to the public to exhibit their local collections. ArtHome's true mission is to have art collectors educate participants on the individuality of art collections and encourage them to go one step beyond appreciation, to the actual purchase of art. CANO has also paired young professionals with some of these emerging artists by staging pop up exhibitions of affordable artwork for sale. ArT Home New Orleans ticket holders can also attend a series of lectures and workshops led by New Orleans' most knowledgeable curators, collectors, and art dealers. CANO has designed the series to explore local trends in art, demystify the practice of art collecting, and inspire confidence in a new generation of local collectors and arts patrons.
ArT Home New Orleans is part of the 3nd annual arts+gardens+new orleans fall festival. arts+gardens+new orleans is a four-month long festival of events that highlights parks, gardens, and cultural venues, performances and exhibitions all over town, including major museums, theater groups, musical venues, neighborhood cultural venues and sites.
Tickets are 15$/day and 25$/weekend. Student tickets are 10$/day. Tickets can be purchased online at cano-la.org or by calling 504.218.4807. Tickets can also be purchased on the day of at the House on Bayou Road at 2275 Bayou Road.
The Creative Alliance of New Orleans aims to increase investment in the creative sector of the New Orleans economy, promote the creative products and presentations of New Orleans visual, performing, design, media and culinary artists, and help New Orleans achieve its destiny as an important international cultural center.
Supported by the State of Louisiana and the City of New Orleans. Thanks to our partner, The New Orleans Museum of Art.