What We Do
The Art Klub family is committed to offering a safe and inclusive space, cultivating creativity and engaging communities through artist residencies, performances, events, affordable rehearsal and meeting spaces, classes, workshops and community programming for all ages.
Our primary aim is to reach audiences with intelligent, highly professional, poignant and human works of performance and art. We are a culture of education, inclusivity, anti-oppression, non violence, well being and peace.
Art Klub NOLA Inc. is a non-profit arts and culture community on a quest to enhance and promote artistic expression and opportunities that protects education, inclusivity, anti-oppression, non violence, well being and peace while cultivating a community committed to this lifestyle.
Art Klub NOLA has acted as a resource for artists and community since 2007.
Art Klub requests that while using our facilities you strive to include all people of color, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation and economic background in your company, artist collective, cast, production, team, audiences, sponsors, etc.
We encourage active outreach from your inner circle to the outer limits. Do whatever it takes to MIX IT UP and INCLUDE ALL.
Art Klub policy: No One Turned Away (NOTA) for lack of funds.
All of our programming has NOTA Tickets available. If you cannot afford the activity but would like to participate or see the work, we always offer reduced tickets and often accept whatever you can afford or other in-kind or trade contributions.
Please note that Art Klub is a BYOB venue.
We do not sell alcoholic beverages.
You may bring your own bottles of liquor, wine or beer.
(A small service and bar supplies fee may be requested so that ice, cups, mixers and fixings may be provided).
Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase.
Art Klub is a vegetarian property. Please be aware that Art Klub does not support the sale, serving or consumption of animal products on site. Thank you for understanding!
We are proudly located in the historic St. Roch neighborhood of New Orleans at 1941 Arts Street at the corner of North Johnson.
Art Klub provides equal opportunities to all creative proposals and employment applicants and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of creative projects and applies to all associated members, including but not limited to company members, artist collectives, cast members, production team members, vendors, sponsors or any other persons associated with any project. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including but not limited to recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Art Klub reserves the right to deny and prohibit service, entry, access or engagement with any organization or individual, partner or other that we determine does not align with our mission statement or moral clause stated above. Additionally Art Klub reserves the right to adjust as necessary or cancel any obligations, including signed contracts, if Art Klub determines that an organization individual, partner or other does not align with our mission statement or moral clause stated above.
Art Klub NOLA Extends Its Thanks To: Abita Beer, Art Camp 504, ARGH! Zombie and the Brain, Atchafalaya Restaurant, Azby Fund, Byrdie's Pottery, Booth And Booth, Anne Burr, Kenneth & Melba Ferdinand, Cafe Rose Nicaud, Stephanie Fisher, Griffin Family Foundation, Hotel Furniture Liquidators, Kelly Leahy, Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation, Elizabeth & Willy Monaghan, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, New Orleans Jazz Museum @ the Old U.S. Mint, NOLA Brewing Company, Old New Orleans Rum, Preservation Hall Foundation, Jenny Sargent, Kirk & Shannon Stonicher, Southern Landscapes, Tchop House, Threadhead Cultural Foundation, Trey Monaghan, Venice Inshore Fishing Charters