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Art BEYOND Arts’ Sake


The driving force behind Art for Arts’ Sake is the philosophy that the value of art lies within the art itself and does not require any further justification. However, in light of the global and national strife that communities are facing during this current moment, we’ve decided to flip this event on its head and focus on the ability of art to nurture, to reflect, to speak, to inspire, and to heal. This year, we are promoting art for its ability to go beyond.

As part of Art Beyond Arts’ Sakes’ mission to highlight the power of art to transcend, galleries in the Arts District New Orleans have partnered with local charities and organizations and will be contributing a portion of their proceeds during the month of October to these organizations.

Art collectors and enthusiasts can learn more about the participating galleries and their partnered charities at For more information on the featured exhibitions in the Arts District New Orleans for the month of October, you can visit the gallery websites linked on

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Ariodante Gallery, 535 Julia St. Bethlehem Lutheran Church

Arthur Roger Gallery, 432 Julia St. Krewe of Red Beans

Callan Contemporary, 518 Julia St. Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Gryder Gallery, 615 Julia St. Innocence Project New Orleans

JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, 400A Julia St. House of Tulip

LeMieux Galleries, 332 Julia St. Orleans Public Defenders

Martine Chaisson Gallery, 727 Camp St. KID smART

Octavia Art Gallery, 700 Magazine St. New Orleans Women & Children’s Shelter

Spillman | Blackwell Fine Art, online only Southern Solidarity

View a full list of ADNO member galleries here: ###

About Arts District of New Orleans

The Arts District of New Orleans (ADNO) is a burgeoning hub for New Orleans’ professionals and creatives. ADNO strives to connect all aspects of the visual arts, culinary arts, musical arts, and the art of travel to make New Orleans a recognized destination for the arts. ADNO has 16 contemporary art galleries, three world class museums and institutions presenting visual and performing arts, a rotating outdoor public sculpture collection, and a number of cafes, bars and renowned restaurants. For more information, visit

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