White Linen Night

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The Arts District New Orleans and the Contemporary Arts Center host their annual block party and fundraiser.

Doyle Gertjejansen’s “Faith and Reason II” opens August 5, 2017, at Callan Contemporary (518 Julia Street) in New Orleans.

Doyle Gertjejansen’s “Faith and Reason II” opens August 5, 2017, at Callan Contemporary (518 Julia Street) in New Orleans.

The Arts District New Orleans and the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) host Whitney White Linen Night, which includes the opening of “Ephemera Obscura” at the CAC, receptions at nearby galleries, and a block party down Julia Street. For more information, visit the CAC’s website. Exhibition openings include:

John Donovan and Mark Hosford, “Campfire Stories,” at LeMieux Galleries (332 Julia Street)

Epaul Julien, “Soul of New Orleans,” at Brand New Orleans Art Gallery (646 Tchoupitoulas Street)

Daniel Minter, “A Distant Holla,” at Søren Christensen Gallery (400 Julia Street)

Ti-Rock Moore, “A Burning House,” at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (400A Julia Street)

Dapper Bruce Lafitte, “R.I.P. Bruce A. Davenport, Jr.,” and John T. Scott, “His Legacy,” at Arthur Roger Gallery (432 Julia Street)

Blake Boyd, “Louisiana Cereal: The Kickstarter Project,” at Boyd | Satellite (440 Julia Street)

“Art Knows No Boundaries: Cuban Art in the US” at Octavia Art Gallery (454 Julia Street)

Cayla Zeek, “An Ever-Changing Sentiment,” at the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (747 Magazine Street)

Doyle Gertjejansen, “Faith and Reason II,” at Callan Contemporary (518 Julia Street)

“Pathless Travel Continued” at Ariodante Gallery (535 Julia Street)

“Louisiana Contemporary Presented by The Helis Foundation” at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art (925 Camp Street)

Adrien Broom, “Being,” at Martine Chaisson Gallery (727 Camp Street)

Will Smith Jr., “White Linen Night on Bayou Black,” at Gallery 600 Julia (600 Julia Street)

Robin Benton Crutcher, “Primary Process” at Degas Gallery (604 Julia Street)

Dan Tague, “Money Land,” at Steve Martin Fine Art (624 Julia Street)

Delita Martin, “How Then Shall We Remember,” at Stella Jones Gallery (201 St. Charles Avenue)