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NOMA & The Ogden Bring Back ‘Art & AC’ Promotion, Free Admission on Sunday All Month

Who doesn’t love free things? How about free things while beating that Louisiana heat? That’s right, The Helis Foundation has teamed up with some of New Orleans’ largest art institutions for the fourth year in a row to offer free admission on Sundays during the month of July. 

The promotion, titled “Art & AC,” offers Louisiana residents free admission on Sundays to both the Ogden and The New Orleans Museum of Art. More than 10,000 Louisiana residents have enjoyed free admission to local art and cultural institutions as part of Art & AC over the years.

There are still three Sundays available this month to enjoy Art & AC. You can head to either museum on July 12, 19, or 26. 

“We’re committed to helping all Louisianans gain access to the incredible exhibits and programming offered through our local art and cultural institutions,” said Jessie Haynes, Managing Director, The Helis Foundation. “Although this year will look a little different than years past, the institutions are committed to providing a safe environment for guests to cool off and enjoy the arts.”

Both NOMA and Ogden Museum are asking guests to reserve a time to visit online. While both will still accept walk-in visitors, they strongly suggest people reserve a visitation time to ensure proper social distancing. You can schedule your trip to NOMA here. And for those of you looking to schedule a trip to the Ogden, visit here. 


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