Second Saturday

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Events and openings in the St. Claude Arts District on April 11, 2015.

“Cestrum Nocturnum,” work by collective members, at The Aquarium Gallery and Studios (934 Montegut St). Opening from 7-11pm.

"New Works by Miki Glasser" at Byrdie's Gallery (2422A St. Claude Ave).

"If Your Video Image Is Neither Here Nor There," work by Brittan Rosendahl, at Staple Goods Gallery (1340 St. Roch Ave).

Two concurrent MFA thesis exhibitions: “esc,” work by Craig Branum, and "Armchair Tourist," work by Brad Stire, at UNO St. Claude Gallery (2429 St. Claude Ave).

"Millennial Tragedy," a group show, at Antenna Gallery (3718 St. Claude Ave). Opening lasts till 10pm.

"Stygian," a group show of fluorescent works, at New Orleans Community Print Shop (1201 Mazant St). Opening lasts till 10pm.

"How To Cook A Wolf," work by Brooke Pickett, and Digital Native Film Festival, at The Front (4100 St. Claude Ave). Opening lasts till 10pm.

“East Bound and Down," work by FL!GHT Gallery members, at Good Children Gallery (4037 St. Claude Ave).

"The Rise of the Machines," work by Patrick Lichty; "The Zwolle Paintings," work by Bob Tooke; and "Corridor (Bricks #4)," work by Meg Turner, at Barrister's Gallery (2331 St. Claude Ave).

The openings are free and open to the public.

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Reception