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Exploring Prospect.3 in Uptown and Carrollton

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Take a streetcar ride up St. Charles and explore what Prospect.3 has to offer Uptown. Our latest map of galleries and events showcases local artists, teachers, and a dizzying mural that plays on perception and judgment. Read on for the latest in Uptown and Carrollton galleries and keep on supporting this big and beautiful triennial! Looking for other neighborhoods? We've got maps for the Marigny and New Marigny, French Quarter and CBD, as well as the Bywater.


· Exploring Prospect.3 In the French Quarter and CBD [Curbed NOLA]
· Exploring Prospect.3 In The Bywater: Eleven Galleries to See [Curbed NOLA]
· Exploring Prospect.3 In The Marigny and New Marigny [Curbed NOLA]

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1. A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper

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Tulane University, 62 Newcomb Place
New Orleans, LA 70118

You don't have to be a student to enjoy Tulane University's Prospect.3 offering. A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper captures the iconic artists who created the first gallery solely for the promotion of women artists by women artists themselves. Images of A.I.R's founders resonate particularly strongly with Cooper, who's also a member. The exhibit runs from now until December 31st with hours Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday from 2pm to 5pm.

2. BAMBOULA / NOLA

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Tulane University, 6823 Saint Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118

Audio archives and the study of sound take center stage in yet another Tulane University Prospect.3+ show. BAMBOULA / NOLA takes a range of artists local to New Orleans and the Gulf South as a whole and allows them to explore art itself as well as musicology in showcasing how they relate with sound through creativity. The exhibit runs for all of Prospect.3 with hours every Saturday from 5pm to 9pm.

3. Charles and Norah Lovell Open Studios

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4116 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

Director, curator, and all-around artsy guy Charles Lovell presents New Orleans Unseen, a photographic look at the vibrant neighborhoods, culture and surprising poignancy of the streets of New Orleans. Digging deep into the past is the concurrent Battle of New Orleans, curated by Norah Lovell. Both exhibits run for all of Prospect.3 with hours Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5pm.

4. Five in Four

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8225 Oak Street
New Orleans, LA 70118

Five in Four explores the history of photographer Renee Allie's own family behind the lens. As Allie states, her great grandfather was a commercial photographer whose son in law also took photos of his family for painting studies. Allie's grandfather on her mother's side captured WWI life through photography and her father melded the commercial aspects of photography with art to further inspire her today. This exhibit looks through the negatives that made for Allie's positive existence. Five in Four runs for all of Prospect.3 with hours Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm.

5. Frahn Koerner Open Studio

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7576 Pearl Street
New Orleans, LA 70118

Dizzying diptychs, drawings, and mixed media masterpieces abound at Frahn Koerner Studios. Koerner's studio will be open for all of Prospect.3 with showings of original works as well as works in progress. Prospect.3 hours run Sundays from 11am to 4pm as well as by appointment.

6. Reckon

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5385 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

A highly successful Kickstarter helped fund this negotiation of space and how we view the world. Jack Niven's Reckon is an evocative outdoor mural just outside Liberty Lumber that is sure to catch your eye. Reckon is on display all of Prospect.3 and can be viewed anytime.

7. TEN Gallery

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4432 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

TEN Gallery has all sorts of exhibits running throughout Prospect.3 to satisfy your artsy itch of exploration. The first exhibit, running from now until the end of the month, explores the bizarre and the beautiful aspects of living in the South with works from Matthew Kirscht and Kathy Rodriguez. Their Suspension of Disbelief exhibit of spelunking runs concurrently until December 7th. The gallery then explores the sibling bond in Brothers x2, which runs from December 13th through January 4th. Their final exhibit, YYNN, throws all conventionality out and truly is a tour de force to wrap up Prospect.3. TEN Gallery's P.3 hours are Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5pm as well as by appointment. Special gallery opening days are December 6th and January 3rd from 6pm to 9pm.

8. Tulane Contemporary.3

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Uptown Campus
New Orleans, LA 70118

Tulane's very own art faculty are showcasing their stuff over at the Tulane Contemporary.3 Carroll Gallery. The exhibit, which runs all of Prospect.3 Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm, showcases tenured and track faculty including Annie Laurie Erickson, Jeremy Jernegen, and Gene Koss.

1. A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper

Tulane University, 62 Newcomb Place, New Orleans, LA 70118

You don't have to be a student to enjoy Tulane University's Prospect.3 offering. A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper captures the iconic artists who created the first gallery solely for the promotion of women artists by women artists themselves. Images of A.I.R's founders resonate particularly strongly with Cooper, who's also a member. The exhibit runs from now until December 31st with hours Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday from 2pm to 5pm.

Tulane University, 62 Newcomb Place
New Orleans, LA 70118

2. BAMBOULA / NOLA

Tulane University, 6823 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118

Audio archives and the study of sound take center stage in yet another Tulane University Prospect.3+ show. BAMBOULA / NOLA takes a range of artists local to New Orleans and the Gulf South as a whole and allows them to explore art itself as well as musicology in showcasing how they relate with sound through creativity. The exhibit runs for all of Prospect.3 with hours every Saturday from 5pm to 9pm.

Tulane University, 6823 Saint Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118

3. Charles and Norah Lovell Open Studios

4116 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

Director, curator, and all-around artsy guy Charles Lovell presents New Orleans Unseen, a photographic look at the vibrant neighborhoods, culture and surprising poignancy of the streets of New Orleans. Digging deep into the past is the concurrent Battle of New Orleans, curated by Norah Lovell. Both exhibits run for all of Prospect.3 with hours Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5pm.

4116 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

4. Five in Four

8225 Oak Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

Five in Four explores the history of photographer Renee Allie's own family behind the lens. As Allie states, her great grandfather was a commercial photographer whose son in law also took photos of his family for painting studies. Allie's grandfather on her mother's side captured WWI life through photography and her father melded the commercial aspects of photography with art to further inspire her today. This exhibit looks through the negatives that made for Allie's positive existence. Five in Four runs for all of Prospect.3 with hours Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm.

8225 Oak Street
New Orleans, LA 70118

5. Frahn Koerner Open Studio

7576 Pearl Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

Dizzying diptychs, drawings, and mixed media masterpieces abound at Frahn Koerner Studios. Koerner's studio will be open for all of Prospect.3 with showings of original works as well as works in progress. Prospect.3 hours run Sundays from 11am to 4pm as well as by appointment.

7576 Pearl Street
New Orleans, LA 70118

6. Reckon

5385 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

A highly successful Kickstarter helped fund this negotiation of space and how we view the world. Jack Niven's Reckon is an evocative outdoor mural just outside Liberty Lumber that is sure to catch your eye. Reckon is on display all of Prospect.3 and can be viewed anytime.

5385 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

7. TEN Gallery

4432 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

TEN Gallery has all sorts of exhibits running throughout Prospect.3 to satisfy your artsy itch of exploration. The first exhibit, running from now until the end of the month, explores the bizarre and the beautiful aspects of living in the South with works from Matthew Kirscht and Kathy Rodriguez. Their Suspension of Disbelief exhibit of spelunking runs concurrently until December 7th. The gallery then explores the sibling bond in Brothers x2, which runs from December 13th through January 4th. Their final exhibit, YYNN, throws all conventionality out and truly is a tour de force to wrap up Prospect.3. TEN Gallery's P.3 hours are Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5pm as well as by appointment. Special gallery opening days are December 6th and January 3rd from 6pm to 9pm.

4432 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115

8. Tulane Contemporary.3

Uptown Campus, New Orleans, LA 70118

Tulane's very own art faculty are showcasing their stuff over at the Tulane Contemporary.3 Carroll Gallery. The exhibit, which runs all of Prospect.3 Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm, showcases tenured and track faculty including Annie Laurie Erickson, Jeremy Jernegen, and Gene Koss.

Uptown Campus
New Orleans, LA 70118