One of the most anticipated events in New Orleans is the Art & Bloom 2021 – Home Grown springtime event at the New Orleans Museum of Art from May 5 to 9, 2021. The event will showcase the spectacular floral designs created by garden clubs, floral designers, and creative talents from across New Orleans.
With the current climate in mind, 2021’s theme, Home Grown will bring together exhibitors and speakers primarily from our city and region to celebrate the beauty that you can create at home. This year, Art in Bloom will feature both virtual and in-person experiences for patrons to enjoy while adhering to safety measures that will insure the well-being of visitors, patrons and staff.
Art & Bloom 2021 – Home Grown Schedule of Events
Schedule of Events
Wednesday, May 5 and Thursday, May 6, 4-9 pm 1 hour Patron Preview & Wine Tours. Reservations required.
Thursday, May 6 – Lectures. Limited capacity – reservations first come first served; virtual access will also be available.
Lecture Series, Thursday, May 6
The lecture series to be held in NOMA’s newly renovated Lapis Center for the Arts, with reduced capacity, will feature two speakers: Margot Shaw, founder and editor of Flower Magazine and author of Living Floral: Entertaining and Decorating with Flowers and Richard Keith Langham, renowned interior designer and author of About Decorating: The Remarkable Rooms of Richard Keith Langham. Seating is limited. Patrons who are unable to attend in person will be able to view the lectures virtually.
Virtual Package, available Thursday, May 6
Three pre-recorded creative instructional videos (cooking by Beth Biundo, floral design by Margaret Ludwig, and container gardening by Karl Becnel) will be available for virtual viewing at your convenience. These videos are in addition to the lecture series and Art in Bloom – Home Grown virtual tour of floral displays, hosted by Bryan Batt.
Learn more – HERE.
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