visual arts


Lucie Monk Carter

Judith Braggs creates fabric art based on memories of her plantation childhood more

Visual & Performing Arts

A Baton Rouge icon leaves a citywide legacy more

Visual & Performing Arts

Talking haunted house design with Dwayne Sanburn of 13th Gate more

People & Places

Generosity enables new initiatives at three local institutions more


"Migration," courtesy Nick Bustamante

Observing the differing rhythms of life in North Louisiana more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lorenzo Gaudenzi

You don’t need opera glasses to appreciate Keith Tremblay’s fabulous set design more

Visual & Performing Arts

At a 1970 auction near Natchitoches, a church won back the portrait of its founder more


Big Branch Marsh provides creative and emotional sustenance to Lacombe artist Mia Kaplan more

Knowing Nature

Billy Solitario, Mia Kaplan, and Demond Matsuo more

Art of Food

Where land and water meet, Billy Solitario paints what’s above and what’s below with equal passion more

Visual & Performing Arts

Bernita “Neno” Doiga painted the world she wanted to see more

Visual & Performing Arts


Leah Morace

Leah Morace's whose impressionistic land- and waterscapes depict the wildlife and scenery of her home state more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lucie Monk Carter

John Lawson creates collage portraits of iconic Baton Rouge bluesmen more

Visual & Performing Arts


Paul Kieu

A place for Acadiana to move, create, and collaborate more

People & Places

Carol Hallock paints, and paddles, on Bayou Lacombe more

Outdoor Adventures


Courtesy Visit Pensacola

Inland recommendations for the Florida beach town more


“I saw the minutest detail and beauty that was everywhere. Once I did learn to speak, the bigger problem became, what do you say?” more

Visual & Performing Arts


Cheryl Gerber

Mariz Longoria’s collections make her uptown New Orleans house an unexpected pleasure more

People & Places


Courtesy of Visit Lake Charles

A quirky old school turned art gallery and museum houses an incredible collection of costumes, artifacts and cultural heritage chronicling the history of Louisiana’s second largest Mardi Gras celebration more

People & Places


Photo by Sarah Hackenberg

Rich with symbolism and the talismans of addicts’ experiences more

Visual & Performing Arts