August 3, 2024    
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Arts District
300-600 blocks of Julia Street, New Orleans, 70130
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Arts District New Orleans (ADNO), the organization that founded the popular White Linen Night in 1994, is pleased to announce that the event is back this year, and will take place on 3 August 2024, in conjunction with the First Saturday Gallery Openings. Fidelity Bank returns as the title sponsor of the event, which will take place from 5-10 p.m. on the 300-600 blocks of Julia Street in the New Orleans’ historic Warehouse Arts District, as well as the 500 block of Saint Joseph – bridging the Julia-street thoroughfare with surrounding galleries, museums, and institutions. Guests are strongly encouraged to don their white linen while strolling the district, visit the galleries, enjoy food and drink from local vendors, and art-centered street activations.

Each gallery will present new exhibitions, with world-class art installations from the talented artists represented. In addition to the Julia and Saint Joseph Streets block party event, member galleries off-Julia will also welcome guests, and area institutions The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) and The Ogden Museum of Southern Art will also open their doors and unveil new exhibitions of juried open calls featuring artists from the region.

“White Linen Night has been part of the Arts District calendar for 30 years,” says Leslie-Claire Spillman, ADNO President. “We are grateful for our continued partnership with Fidelity Bank, as well as renewed relationships with our many other regular sponsors. Thanks to their support, we are able to continue to welcome guests to the district and grow this event which we all know and love; a night of music, food, drink, fun, and most importantly ART. Join us for the art walk from 5-10 p.m. and then keep the party going into the night at the official after-party hosted by the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans.

“Fidelity Bank is proud to once again support White Linen Night and the vibrant art district of New Orleans. We are committed to investing in the cultural and economic development of our community, and we believe that supporting local artists and businesses is essential to the continued growth and success of our city.”- Chris Ferris, President and CEO Fidelity Bank

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