Brien Teasley dances in front of the stage in the 700 block of Julia Street during the 25th annual Hancock Whitney White Linen Night in the 300 to 700 blocks of Julia Street as well as other venues around the Arts District New Orleans. The free block party featured live music, food and drink from over thirty local vendors, gallery openings, and displays of public art, all benefiting the Contemporary Arts Center.

Gallery: White Linen Night brings bright night for art lovers on Julia Street

The 25th annual Hancock Whitney White Linen Night had bright, white-linen clad revelers taking precious strolls down Julia Street during in the 300 to 700 blocks of Julia Street as well as other venues around the Arts District New Orleans.

by Michael DeMocker | August 4, 2019

The 25th annual Hancock Whitney White Linen Night had bright, white-linen clad revelers taking precious strolls down Julia Street during in the 300 to 700 blocks of Julia Street as well as other venues around the Arts District New Orleans.

The free block party featured live music, food and drink from over 30 local vendors, gallery openings, and displays of public art, all benefiting the Contemporary Arts Center. We sent photojournalist Michael DeMocker to capture the fun.

Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans
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900 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
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Wed-Sun 11am–5pm
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Michael DeMocker

Michael DeMocker

Michael DeMocker has been a photojournalist in New Orleans for over twenty years. He’s been the National Press Photographer Association’s Regional Photographer of the Year three times and loves photographing all things New Orleans. He lives Uptown with his wife, son, and two dogs of varying intelligence.

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