Art Galleries - Museums - Opera - Ballet - Symphony -
Theatre - Festivals - Sidewalk Artists - Flea Market
6'x6' mandala  
local artist
Jason Sameluk

by George Rodrique
Michalopoulos Gallery
617 Bienville St  French Qtr
Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts
Terence Blanchard
Street Artists
Jackson Square
(shown on our Dixie Tour)
Many art galleries are located on and near Julia St. in the
"Arts District"  a.k.a. "Warehouse District"
shown: Arthur Roger Gallery 432 Julia St
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp St  (Wed-Sun 10-5)
Live Music Thursdays 6-8pm
(take the St Charles Streetcar to Robert E Lee Circle)
Royal Street
is the premier street of
the French Quarter.
Fine Art, Jewelry, Coffee
Shops, Galleries
be sure to visit
Irvin Mayfield's new jazz
club at the Royal Sonesta
Hotel - 300 block of
Bourbon St.

"The Jazz Playhouse"
(no cover)
The Saenger Theatre, which opened in 1927 and was shut down by
hurricane Katrina,  is being restored for a re-opening in 2011.
Broadway Across America is currently using the Mahalia Jackson
Theater of the Performing Arts for New Orleans performances.
NOMA is now open 6 days a week -
Tuesday through Sunday.
10 am to 5 pm every day. Fridays we are
open til 9 pm.

(free admission)
7 days a week - 10 am to 4:45 pm
Wednesday - 10 am to dusk
Closed Legal Holidays

Transit: From the French Quarter,  take the
red Canal Streetcar to City Park.  $1.25
exact change
(body painting)
Craig  Tracy Gallery at 827 Royal St.
"Painted Alive Body Painting"
( don't miss this ! )