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CurbedNOLA's Mega-Map 1 of Prospect.3 Galleries Still Open

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Stumped on what to do this week for Prospect.3? Our first mega-map can help, with a list of galleries still open from MidCity to St Bernard Parish. We'll have another mega-map running tomorrow with even more great galleries to explore before the epic art triennial ends. Don't forget to check out our map of official Prospect.3 events happening this weekend as well!


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1. Below Canal: CANO's Creative Space at St. Maurice Church

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605 Saint Maurice Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

CANO once again hits it out of the park in providing innovative exhibits while honoring the space it shows in. The Lower Ninth Ward's beloved St. Maurice Church plays host to "Reverberations" — innovative works from New Orleans Airlift, Kent Wood, and David Sullivan. Gorgeous visuals anchor each showing, which transforms the church like paint to a blank canvas. St. Maurice Church is open Friday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

2. Blank Canvas

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526 Caffin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

This public installation from Jane Castillo is a sculpture that plays on the golden hour perfectly. Slightly diffused, woven lines anchor a piece that is open to interpretation, light, and even darkness. Blank Canvas is available to visit round-the-clock.

3. Convergence: JMC@Prospect.3 | Curated by Deborah Willis

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1000 North Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70116

Convergence is a smorgasbord of creativity stretched across all mediums. Ten artists literally converge upon Mitchell Center Studios to display works of writing, installations, and paintings.The abstract works attempt to negotiate the fine balance of belonging and community with artist and patron in innovative ways. Convergance is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

4. Crevasse 22

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8114 Saro Lane
Saint Bernard, LA 70085

nother CANO exhibit that allows for some serious innovation, Crevasse 22 offers up a spacious community garden along with planned brunches to fully engage the senses. Two brunches are left at Crevasse 22 — one on Sunday, December 7th and Sunday, January 4th. The exhibit itself takes you through the controversial decision to drain a threatening flood in the area in 1927. A truly conscientious, sobering piece, Crevasse 22 is not to be missed. The exhibit is open Friday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

5. Faster, With More Knowledge

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1028 Port Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

Local artist Brian St Cyr displays his dizzying, raw drawings — now, in large format, hence the title of the show — at his personal gallery. Hours run Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm.

6. For When Goblins Sit Down

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2227 Saint Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117
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New Orleans legend and all-around fabulous person Miss Pussycat's Panacea Theraic is displayed in vibrant color photos and dioramas at Siberia daily from 5pm to 2am.

7. IMPERMANENCE

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2930 Burgundy Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

Impermanence delves into the vibrant street art scene of New Orleans with artists working alongside each other and in conjunction with other Prospect.3 works. As with any outdoor mural, the piece is on display perpetually, but be on the lookout for a time lapse of Impermanence and its ever-changing facade.

8. Linked

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2118 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70116

The most immediate art piece that greets you as you enter the Faubourg Marigny, Sally Heller's mounted ink jet design is on display both day and night on a building at 2118 St Claude. The vibrant piece is a matte must-see made with donated materials from FloorSignage, LLC. photo via NPN

9. MOTHERSHIP 3 STANDING AT THE ABYSS: The Louisiana Story

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1441 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

Artist Dawn DeDeaux explores the challenges that Louisiana faces as it contemplates its future in the face of disappearing coasts and global warming. These ambitious installations run through the hypothetical in surprisingly logical and altogether beautiful ways. Mothership 3 is open Friday through Sunday from noon to 5pm. Their satellite installation is on display Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 5pm.

10. New Orleans Community Print Shop

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1201 Mazant St.
New Orleans, LA

New Orleans Community Printshop's anachronistic exhibit pushes the boundaries of its analog gear and melds it with the digital. Members' works will be on display Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 10pm, Saturday from 10am to 2pm and by appointment. The gallery's final exhibit takes viewers through the creative process via a collaborative effort with printmakers Julian Wellisz and Cora Lautze as well as artists as they decide on the best means to get their work out there.

11. P.3+ at the Parlor

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3913 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

Art experts and all-around movers and shakers Karen Louise Crain and Oliver Manhattan present some of their favorite local artists with all new works at the Parlor on St Claude. The instantly recognizable artists include Laurel Porcari, Epaul Julien, and Alex Podesta, whose bunny men can be seen all over town. P.3+ at the Parlor Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm.

12. PAPER/WEIGHT

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641 Caffin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

Artists Maria Levitsky, Stacy Greene, and Jill Stoll, the latter of whom bills herself as an "analog collagist" take the tactile and explore everything from the dizzying mandalas of connectivity to architecture reimagined. PAPER/WEIGHT is open Friday and Saturday from noon to 4pm.

13. Press Street's Antenna Gallery

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3718 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

Press Street's Antenna Gallery's Prospect.3 showings conclude with Welcome to My Homepage, a celebration of the beginnings of the internet and the personal webpage (sup, angelfire?) running until January 28th. The gallery will be open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 5pm, though they suggest you call ahead for additional weekday hours.

14. Show and Tell

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6601 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

Gallery Inferno opens up its new location to the world for Show and Tell, a group exhibit that includes the works of innumerable artists and that also offered artist lectures about their pieces. Show and Tell is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

15. Space Rites

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605 Saint Maurice Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

An additional fixture of CANO's installation at St. Maurice Church, Space Rites rewires televisions to create an illuminating display that is part performance, part interactive work of art. Space Rites is open Friday through Sunday from noon to 5pm.

16. Staple Goods

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1340 Saint Roch Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

This exhibition of mixed media works is open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm, with abstraction pieces on display from iconoclast Elizabeth Chen.

17. Terratour

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3705 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

The building blocks of art, dance, and collaboration viscerally come together for Dancing Grounds' Terratour, on display Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and Saturday from 9am to 3pm. New Orleans Society of Fly Ladies designed the interior of these blocks and dancers and choreographers will further their theme through movement. Audience participation is highly encouraged. Move the blocks and transform the performance.

18. The Art House on the Levee

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4725 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

Robert C. Tannen's Art House on the Levee revels in the hypothetical, displaying scenarios for the city in the next few centuries to come with the visceral use of "The Cone of Uncertainty". The Art House on the Levee is open Friday through Saturday from 11am to 4pm.

19. The Chapel of the Almighty Dollar

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3919 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

The Chapel of the Almighty Dollar isn't some illuminati nod, (or is it?) but rather the commentary that money provides at every juncture and in every transaction. This outdoor pyramid is filled with bill messages of the conflict we encounter in a currency-driven society. The Dan Tague sculpture is on display Wednesday through Sunday 11am to 4pm as well as by appointment.

20. The Front

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4100 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

Artist collective slash nonprof gallery the Front is simply overflowing with gorgeous, versatile pieces. All 18 artists' works will be on display as well as a very special exchange with Austin's Mass Art Gallery. The Front is open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm as well as by appointment.

21. With Light, With Love

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3113 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

A circa 1830s corner store, the Tigermen Den is both beautifully restored and teeming with impeccable shows from across the spectrum. Featured artists include Nina Nichols, Joy Patterson, and Magda Boreysza. The Tigermen Den is open Saturday from 1pm to 5pm.

1. Below Canal: CANO's Creative Space at St. Maurice Church

605 Saint Maurice Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

CANO once again hits it out of the park in providing innovative exhibits while honoring the space it shows in. The Lower Ninth Ward's beloved St. Maurice Church plays host to "Reverberations" — innovative works from New Orleans Airlift, Kent Wood, and David Sullivan. Gorgeous visuals anchor each showing, which transforms the church like paint to a blank canvas. St. Maurice Church is open Friday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

605 Saint Maurice Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

2. Blank Canvas

526 Caffin Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

This public installation from Jane Castillo is a sculpture that plays on the golden hour perfectly. Slightly diffused, woven lines anchor a piece that is open to interpretation, light, and even darkness. Blank Canvas is available to visit round-the-clock.

526 Caffin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

3. Convergence: JMC@Prospect.3 | Curated by Deborah Willis

1000 North Rampart Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

Convergence is a smorgasbord of creativity stretched across all mediums. Ten artists literally converge upon Mitchell Center Studios to display works of writing, installations, and paintings.The abstract works attempt to negotiate the fine balance of belonging and community with artist and patron in innovative ways. Convergance is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

1000 North Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70116

4. Crevasse 22

8114 Saro Lane, Saint Bernard, LA 70085

nother CANO exhibit that allows for some serious innovation, Crevasse 22 offers up a spacious community garden along with planned brunches to fully engage the senses. Two brunches are left at Crevasse 22 — one on Sunday, December 7th and Sunday, January 4th. The exhibit itself takes you through the controversial decision to drain a threatening flood in the area in 1927. A truly conscientious, sobering piece, Crevasse 22 is not to be missed. The exhibit is open Friday through Sunday from 11am to 4pm.

8114 Saro Lane
Saint Bernard, LA 70085

5. Faster, With More Knowledge

1028 Port Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

Local artist Brian St Cyr displays his dizzying, raw drawings — now, in large format, hence the title of the show — at his personal gallery. Hours run Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm.

1028 Port Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

6. For When Goblins Sit Down

2227 Saint Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117

New Orleans legend and all-around fabulous person Miss Pussycat's Panacea Theraic is displayed in vibrant color photos and dioramas at Siberia daily from 5pm to 2am.

2227 Saint Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117

7. IMPERMANENCE

2930 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

Impermanence delves into the vibrant street art scene of New Orleans with artists working alongside each other and in conjunction with other Prospect.3 works. As with any outdoor mural, the piece is on display perpetually, but be on the lookout for a time lapse of Impermanence and its ever-changing facade.

2930 Burgundy Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

8. Linked

2118 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70116

The most immediate art piece that greets you as you enter the Faubourg Marigny, Sally Heller's mounted ink jet design is on display both day and night on a building at 2118 St Claude. The vibrant piece is a matte must-see made with donated materials from FloorSignage, LLC. photo via NPN

2118 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70116

9. MOTHERSHIP 3 STANDING AT THE ABYSS: The Louisiana Story

1441 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

Artist Dawn DeDeaux explores the challenges that Louisiana faces as it contemplates its future in the face of disappearing coasts and global warming. These ambitious installations run through the hypothetical in surprisingly logical and altogether beautiful ways. Mothership 3 is open Friday through Sunday from noon to 5pm. Their satellite installation is on display Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 5pm.

1441 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

10. New Orleans Community Print Shop

1201 Mazant St., New Orleans, LA

New Orleans Community Printshop's anachronistic exhibit pushes the boundaries of its analog gear and melds it with the digital. Members' works will be on display Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 10pm, Saturday from 10am to 2pm and by appointment. The gallery's final exhibit takes viewers through the creative process via a collaborative effort with printmakers Julian Wellisz and Cora Lautze as well as artists as they decide on the best means to get their work out there.

1201 Mazant St.
New Orleans, LA

11. P.3+ at the Parlor

3913 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

Art experts and all-around movers and shakers Karen Louise Crain and Oliver Manhattan present some of their favorite local artists with all new works at the Parlor on St Claude. The instantly recognizable artists include Laurel Porcari, Epaul Julien, and Alex Podesta, whose bunny men can be seen all over town. P.3+ at the Parlor Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm.

3913 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

12. PAPER/WEIGHT

641 Caffin Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

Artists Maria Levitsky, Stacy Greene, and Jill Stoll, the latter of whom bills herself as an "analog collagist" take the tactile and explore everything from the dizzying mandalas of connectivity to architecture reimagined. PAPER/WEIGHT is open Friday and Saturday from noon to 4pm.

641 Caffin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

13. Press Street's Antenna Gallery

3718 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

Press Street's Antenna Gallery's Prospect.3 showings conclude with Welcome to My Homepage, a celebration of the beginnings of the internet and the personal webpage (sup, angelfire?) running until January 28th. The gallery will be open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 5pm, though they suggest you call ahead for additional weekday hours.

3718 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

14. Show and Tell

6601 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

Gallery Inferno opens up its new location to the world for Show and Tell, a group exhibit that includes the works of innumerable artists and that also offered artist lectures about their pieces. Show and Tell is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

6601 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

15. Space Rites

605 Saint Maurice Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

An additional fixture of CANO's installation at St. Maurice Church, Space Rites rewires televisions to create an illuminating display that is part performance, part interactive work of art. Space Rites is open Friday through Sunday from noon to 5pm.

605 Saint Maurice Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

16. Staple Goods

1340 Saint Roch Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

This exhibition of mixed media works is open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm, with abstraction pieces on display from iconoclast Elizabeth Chen.

1340 Saint Roch Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

17. Terratour

3705 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

The building blocks of art, dance, and collaboration viscerally come together for Dancing Grounds' Terratour, on display Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and Saturday from 9am to 3pm. New Orleans Society of Fly Ladies designed the interior of these blocks and dancers and choreographers will further their theme through movement. Audience participation is highly encouraged. Move the blocks and transform the performance.

3705 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

18. The Art House on the Levee

4725 Dauphine Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

Robert C. Tannen's Art House on the Levee revels in the hypothetical, displaying scenarios for the city in the next few centuries to come with the visceral use of "The Cone of Uncertainty". The Art House on the Levee is open Friday through Saturday from 11am to 4pm.

4725 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

19. The Chapel of the Almighty Dollar

3919 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

The Chapel of the Almighty Dollar isn't some illuminati nod, (or is it?) but rather the commentary that money provides at every juncture and in every transaction. This outdoor pyramid is filled with bill messages of the conflict we encounter in a currency-driven society. The Dan Tague sculpture is on display Wednesday through Sunday 11am to 4pm as well as by appointment.

3919 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

20. The Front

4100 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

Artist collective slash nonprof gallery the Front is simply overflowing with gorgeous, versatile pieces. All 18 artists' works will be on display as well as a very special exchange with Austin's Mass Art Gallery. The Front is open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm as well as by appointment.

4100 Saint Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

21. With Light, With Love

3113 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

A circa 1830s corner store, the Tigermen Den is both beautifully restored and teeming with impeccable shows from across the spectrum. Featured artists include Nina Nichols, Joy Patterson, and Magda Boreysza. The Tigermen Den is open Saturday from 1pm to 5pm.

3113 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70117