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It's no surprise that New Orleans loves Joan of Arc. Between a golden statue located near the French Market to the Krewe de Jeanne d'Arc and their annual parade that takes place on her birthday (and kicks off Carnival Season), the city shows their fondness and appreciation for the young Fren… Read more

Looking for the perfect gift or new wall art for your home? Mignon is hosting the event for you! On Wednesday, February 5, a third generation silhouette artist is setting up for a day of portraits at the shop. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Erik Johnson will hand cut silhouettes by just looking at … Read more

While Maya Taylor may not hail from New Orleans, this is the place she calls home. The choreographer grew up in Omaha, Nebraska and lived in New York for a decade before finding New Orleans six years ago. Her time is split between the Big Easy and Los Angeles, where she choreographs for musi… Read more

Carnival season has officially started! To celebrate, The Historic New Orleans Collection's popular Carnival-themed tour returns through Friday, February 21. During "Rites, Rituals, and Revelry: The History of Mardi Gras in New Orleans," visitors will learn more about the city's traditions b… Read more

Like most of us, I have an ongoing bucket list filled with far-flung places and big adventures. In the meantime, I’m filling my bucket right here in New Orleans with things I have never done or just don’t do quite enough. When you live in a city that many people across the world have on thei… Read more

Cocktails for KID smART is one of my favorite fundraising events of the year. Yes, the party is always swell, but what sets it apart for me is the positive energy in the room. You can feel it. The guests are so committed to KID smART’s mission of bringing art-based learning to public school … Read more

Celebrate the season with impressive sights and experiences at the 6th annual LUNA Fête. From Thursday, December 12 to Sunday, December 15, New Orleanians can enjoy the free large-scale projection mapping festival which has now welcomed more than 100,000 attendees over the years. Read more

Show off your love of New Orleans through Brandi Couvillion's jewelry. The designer's pieces are made from raw sheets of metal and are directly inspired by the city and its history, particularly its transitory landscapes. Earlier this year, Couvillion switched things up and teamed with The H… Read more

Simplify your shopping this holiday season with a present that doesn't require any wrapping. The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra is offering an incredible deal for the holidays which includes tickets to three shows for just $99. The Holiday Trio deal is good for three admissions to any conc… Read more

Should you find yourself in need of an activity with the family this holiday weekend or want to get ahead of your shopping, the Historic New Orleans Collection and its museum shop, The Shop at the Collection, are offering a one-stop shopping experience. On Sunday, December 1, shoppers will f… Read more

Just in time for the holidays, The Historic New Orleans Collection presents an exhibition that tells 20 tales of sporting life and civic communion in New Orleans a.k.a. the perfect activity for the family or any visitors over the next few months. Crescent City Sport: Stories of Courage and C… Read more

Not many people have the opportunity to merge their many passions into their career. Margaux Krane is one of the lucky ones. She's the Director of Brand and Communications at the New Orleans Museum of Art, which combines her love of social media, digital marketing, and art history. Krane's p… Read more

According to Ashley Longshore, her latest book is in her ideal format: photo heavy. The New Orleans-based artist recently released I Do Not Cook, I Do Not Clean, I Do Not Fly Commercial, a photographic coffee table book. "[It's] very visual and a great representation of my work from the last… Read more

The New Orleans Museum of Art's upcoming exhibition, Inventing Acadia: Painting and Place in Louisiana, is the first major exhibition on Louisiana landscape painting in over 40 years. According to Susan Taylor, the exhibition showcases how 19th century landscape painters from across the glob… Read more

Spooky season continues with a special screening presented by The Historic New Orleans Collection. On Tuesday, November 5th, The Phantom of the Opera (the silent one) will be shown with music by pianist Pierre Queval. The French-born musician, who was the young-artist-in-residence at the St.… Read more

Looking to become more involved in the arts? The New Orleans Opera Association has three membership groups worth considering. Each is open to both opera beginners and super fans, and offers calendars filled with events and social opportunities. Whether you're hoping to give back to the arts … Read more

With cooler temperatures (for now at least) and Halloween swiftly approaching, New Orleans has fully embraced all things spooky. From visiting "Skeleton House" on Saint Charles to dining at haunted spots like Cavan or Muriel's, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate the holiday. Belo… Read more

The New Orleans Museum of Art's most anticipated event of the year is just weeks away. The Odyssey Ball returns Friday, November 15th and raises the funds necessary to support the museum's exhibitions and educational programs. This year's bash is themed Mystère Louisiane. Read more

Hunter Cole, an artist and scientist, will give New Orleanians the chance to experience both art and science at the same time. Her interactive event titled GLOW: An Illuminated Living Art Experience, will be held Thursday, October 10th from 6-10 p.m. at the Zeitgeist Theatre. Read more

"Carmen is the one you have been warned about. And you still fall in love," reads the description by New Orleans Opera. The famous French opera set in Seville, Spain will be performed Friday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 6 at 2:30 p.m. at Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Perform… Read more

Mark your calendars: New Orleans Auction's next big estates sale starts Saturday, October 12th. The two-day event features over 900 items from five estates and includes everything from diamond earrings to larger items like armoires and chaises. Anglophiles will be delighted by the fine Engli… Read more

NOMA's first event of the Fall is finally here! The annual Love in the Garden party takes place this Friday, September 27 in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. Between enjoying delicious fare from restaurants like Apolline and Galatoire's Restaurant, guests will dance under the … Read more

After taking a summer break in August, FAIT Nola was back in action this September with workshops and pop-ups galore. This Wednesday, the local plant design studio is hosting holistic career coach and author Emily Silva for an evening of guidance and alignment in New Orleans. Read more

It's hard to believe that it has been over 20 years since Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City was published. The book launched the iconic HBO series (six seasons and two movies) that is still just as beloved today as it was in the early oughts. In Bushnell's most recent release, the author g… Read more