The Maroon

White Linen Night lights up the evening

Spheres+bearing+Hancock-Whitney%E2%80%99s+logo+are+on+display+during+White+Linen+Night.+Hancock+Whitney%2C+a+local+banking+firm%2C+sponsored+the+New+Orleans+arts+and+entertainment+industry+through+its+funding+of+White+Linen+Night.
Spheres bearing Hancock-Whitney’s logo are on display during White Linen Night. Hancock Whitney, a local banking firm, sponsored the New Orleans arts and entertainment industry through its funding of White Linen Night.

Spheres bearing Hancock-Whitney’s logo are on display during White Linen Night. Hancock Whitney, a local banking firm, sponsored the New Orleans arts and entertainment industry through its funding of White Linen Night.

Jacob Meyer

Jacob Meyer

Spheres bearing Hancock-Whitney’s logo are on display during White Linen Night. Hancock Whitney, a local banking firm, sponsored the New Orleans arts and entertainment industry through its funding of White Linen Night.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Spheres bearing Hancock-Whitney’s logo are on display during White Linen Night. Hancock Whitney, a local banking firm, sponsored the New Orleans arts and entertainment industry through its funding of White Linen Night.

Locals used their wardrobe to show their passion for the arts during Hancock Whitney’s White Linen Night, which took place on the first Saturday in August as it has in previous years. Sponsored by the banking group, White Linen Night utilized the art-openings of Julia Street’s local galleries to fundraise for the New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center. As part of their involvement in promoting and marketing the New Orleans arts community, the center hosted artwork by over 30 regional artists.

Stretching between the 300 to 700 blocks of Julia Street in New Orleans’ Warehouse District, White Linen Night featured food from over 25 restaurants, chefs, and bars, over 18 local art galleries, and three local DJs. In addition, paying ticket holders enjoyed an exclusive after-party that took place in the Contemporary Arts Center’s newly-renovated warehouse and also had access to the ‘Cool Down Lounge’ at the Auction House Market.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About the Contributor
Jacob Meyer, Content Producer
Jacob  is a Junior at Loyola as a Digital Filmmaking Major.  He serves as the Content Producer at the Maroon, in which he serves as a liason between the Photography Desk and the Newsroom, Maroon Minute, and Social Media of The Maroon, and is afforded significant creative and artistic direction for new photography training and...
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Gallery: These Shining Lives undergoes tech week

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Indigenous Women Discuss Their Cultures

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Cafe Luna curates hip monthly art market

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Informed Consent deals with science and religion coming to a head

  • Arts

    Professor teaches adult dance classes

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Local literary festival returns for 32nd year

  • Arts

    Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival returns for its 31st year

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Botanical workshop turns International Women’s Day green

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Ad Team works on their annual campaign

  • White Linen Night lights up the evening

    Arts

    Loyola students showcase art for the Scully scholarship and Grote art award

Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola
White Linen Night lights up the evening