Good Children Gallery

4037 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117




In accordance with COVID-19 Phase 2 reopening of venues in New Orleans we reqire all visitors to wear masks and observe social distancing. We will limit the number of visitors at one time in our gallery per city protocol, and will continue to provide masks and hand sanitizer.

We're Not Done Yet: Art for Activism 2.0

Opening: Saturday April 10, 12 - 9 pm
Exhibition Dates: April 10 - May 2

Sun May 2: 24-online auction begins 12 am. Check it out here.
Closing party at 4pm-8pm on the lot at 4100 Royal St. (4 blocks away from GC)
The reception will include live music, food and live painting.

Good Children Gallery is excited to present Art for Activism 2.0: We're Not Done Yet. Please join us for the opening reception Saturday, April 10, 6-10pm. The exhibition will run through Sunday, May 2nd culminating with a 24-hour online auction at the end of the show. For this round of fundraising, 50% of art sales will go to support arts education through the non-profit Art Camp 504 Rising Artist Scholarship Fund with the remaining 50% of funds going directly back to the artists. The scholarship fund fuels the future of activism by creating opportunities for New Orleans low-income youth to have access to the high-quality art education Art Camp 504 provides.

The Art for Activism 2021 show will end with a family friendly celebration in the Bywater neighborhood with music, food, and activities. Details to come.

About Art for Activism
Art for Activism is an exhibition and auction, which bloomed over the pandemic into a positive, creative movement for social justice and progress. Last summer, as protestors took to the streets across the nation, Art for Activism was formed and called upon local artists to come together and create art that inspired not just hope, but significant and lasting change that our society so desperately needs. The response was overwhelming!

All works created for Art for Activism 2020 were presented in an exhibition at Carroll Gallery located on Tulane University. The month-long show culminated in a 24-hour online auction that raised $7484 for the non-profit Mobilizing Millennials, a political organization whose main mission is to encourage voting and civic literacy in populations such as Millennials and Gen Z.

Driven to maintain the momentum, Art for Activism issued another call for New Orleans artists to continue the conversation around inequality and to use their art to make a change.

For more information, please visit Art for Activism or on Instagram @Art.forActivism.