ARTS COUNCIL OF NEW ORLEANS
818 Howard Avenue
The Arts Council, a private non-profit organization for 36 years, works with community groups, governmental agencies and nonprofit arts organizations to promote artistic expression and cultural heritage. Examples are The Arts Market of New Orleans & www.artneworleans.org
ARTS DISTRICT NEW ORLEANS
Julia St, New Orleans, LA 70130
The Arts District New Orleans was created in the 1990s to rejuvenate and promote the Arts/Warehouse District of New Orleans. Still a hallmark of the organization’s efforts and the Arts District itself, this organization established and still maintains First Saturday Gallery Openings.
400 Poydras Street, Suite 2480
NOLA.com is the local online news leader for South Louisiana, featuring a robust entertainment section with original photos and video coverage, an award-winning Saints section, usergenerated content, blogs, up-to-the minute news coverage from the Times Picayune, AP, original coverage and more. It also leads the industry in its use of live streaming media, including live news and entertainment event coverage from Web Cams placed strategically throughout the city.
Downtown NOLA cultivates economic development in downtown in such industries as bioscience, the arts, digital media and tourism. They do this by ensuring downtown is clean and safe; by serving as the advocate for downtown’s future; and by promoting downtown as a world-class destination for residents and visitors.
PRESERVATION RESOURCE CENTER
923 Tchoupitoulas Street
504/ 581-7032 Open: M-F 9-5
The PRC’s historic gothic revival building houses revolving exhibits, a resource library and merchandise and books for sale with a focus on architecture and New Orleans history. Potential homebuyers can learn about New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods through our exhibits and models of historic buildings.