Openings in the St. Claude Arts District on Saturday, March 8, 6 – 9 pm (unless otherwise noted) include:
Work by Generic Art Solutions, Elizabeth Kleinweld, Epaul Julien, Heathcliff Hailey, Michael Greathouse, Charlie Hoffacker, and Dan Tague in "Thy Will Be Done," as well as a pop-up exhibition, "Dekatria," by Demitri Masiakos at Barrister's Gallery (2331 St. Claude Ave).
Two MFA exhibitions, David Hassell's "AUTOREPAIR: Pulsed Plasma Stimulation" and Valerie Corradetti's "Paper Mountains," at the UNO-St. Claude Gallery (2429 St. Claude Ave).
"Gimme that ol' tyme religion - Old Gods // New Gods // No Gods at all," a solo exhibition by New Orleans street artist MRSA, at Press Street's Antenna Gallery (3718 St. Claude Ave).
Abstract drawings and landscapes by Kyle Bravo, work by Jamie Alonzo, and "28 Days Later," a group show curated by John Isiah, at The Front (4100 St. Claude Ave).
"The Airline Is a Very Long Road Presents: Reflections on a Late Industrial Louisiana," a multi-media exhibition by Breonne DeDecker and Darin Acosta, at the New Orleans Community Print Shop (1201 Mazant St). Opening lasts till 10 pm.
"HEIIR," a group exhibition of work by Dillard University and Xavier University students organized by Tameka Norris, at Good Children Gallery (4037 St. Claude Ave).
Second Saturday openings are free and open to the public.
Image: Detail from Foreverscape by Kyle Bravo. On view at The Front, March 8 - April 6.
Event Time: 6 - 9 pm