Martin Lawrence Galleries, New Orleans, invites locals and Jazz Fest visitors to discover the bold artistry of contemporary master Mark Kostabi. Enjoy a rare chance to meet the artist, learn the symbolism behind his distinctive style and acquire original works. Entertainment and complimentary refreshments during the evening.
Martin Lawrence Gallery
433 Royal Street (in the heart of the French Quarter between Conti and St. Louis Streets)
Saturday, April 29, 2017 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Exhibit runs through May 2017
RSVP requested but not required (504) 299-9055
Bring your children of all ages to meet the Easter Bunny aboard the Steamboat Natchez Brunch Cruise at 11:30am.
This Easter, April 16, The Maison Dupuy will offer a special added menu to their popular Sunday Jazz Brunch served in the hotel’s iconic courtyard and in the charming Bistreaux Restaurant. An egg-straordinary room package makes an added enticement for spending Easter at the historic French Quarter hotel!
On Saturday, April 1st, Scene By Rhys Art Gallery (located at 708 Toulouse Street) is hosting an event that can't be missed! Resident artist Emilie Rhys will be painting a full color pastel of musicians as they perform.Coffee & tea will be offered. Music by Jackson Lynch & Co.
French Quarterly Magazine is a proud sponsor of this five-day festival is dedicated to the Pulitzer Prize winning American playwright, who spent many years living and writing in the French Quarter. The festival assembles some of the top playwrights, authors, actors, and speakers to sit on literary panels and provide master cla
Located in the quiet side of the French Quarter, The Maison Dupuy kicks off its monthly Happy Hour series with a community awareness component to benefit local organizations, feature New Orleans musicians and invite locals and hotel guests to experience the party atmosphere of the Maison Dupuy’s lush and large Courtyard.
Martin Lawrence Gallery New Orleans invites admirers of fine art, and new and seasoned collectors to their Spring Fine Art Auction featuring original paintings, sculpture, serigraphs, etchings and lithographs by the great names of the 20th century masters and 21st century stars available for acquisition at incredible prices.
The Historic New Orleans Collection will present the 18th annual Bill Russell Lecture—“A Tribute to John Robichaux”—on Wednesday, April 5 at its Williams Research Center (410 Chartres Street). Robichaux (1866–1939), a native of Thibodaux, is considered to have been the most continuously active dance bandleader in New Orleans. To add to the fun, the New John Robichaux Society Orchestra, led by Tom Hook and Wendell Brunious, will join forces with the Louisiane Vintage Dancers to recreate an evening of 19th-century entertainment.