Envision your event in this historically rich and central location. Built in the 1890's, The Fine Arts Center's past includes stage and live productions, time as a suburban movie theatre, home of the Opera Guild, and production headquarters for films including "Kingfish" a documentary of the life of Huey P. Long and "The Ray Charles Story". Now the Fine Arts Center is looking forward to our next event starring you, please contact us to get started!
The Fine Arts Center is an Uptown jewel that has been honored with the "Good Neighbor" award from the Preservation Society and featured by WDSU documentaries in "New Orleans, the way it was" and "Uptown, the way it was".
We strive to meet all the needs of you and your guests through complete event planning, a variety of catering and bar options, and a plethora of other amenities, including lodging on or near site. In addition, the Fine Arts Center is the perfect backdrop for your next public event, from art showings to live performance we have the experience necessary to place you in the spotlight.
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