Art by Kara Crowley
White Linen Night
4pm - until; located at the Advocate (329 Baronne St, New Orleans, LA 70112).
August 3rd 2019
Live Painter for the Afrofuture Ground Zero Exhibition Opening
An exhibition showcasing contemporary work by artists, creatives, and designers engaging in the aesthetic of black spatial realities, imaginary spaces and black meccas. Exhibition opening will take place on Thursday, September 19 from 6-9pm.
September 19, 2019
Night of Feminity II
An All Female Art Show in dedication to black women and their Growth
Sept. 29th, 2019
YALA Art Event
October 5, 2019
This event will consist of raising funds for our young creatives involved in the non- profit Young Audiences of Louisiana. This Saturday from 2pm- 6pm
Help H.E.R. Grow Art Exhibition
Help H.E.R. Grow Solo Exhibition; location at Xavier University Art Chapel Gallery.
Louisiana Contemporary Exhibition
August 2020 - February 2021
Work currently displayed at "Louisiana Contemporary," presented by The Helis Foundation, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art annual juried exhibition featuring work by contemporary artists from across the state. This year’s guest juror, René Morales, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator at Pérez Art Museum Miami, has selected 55 works by 56 artists.
Joan Micthell Center (AIR PROGRAM)
October 2020 - February 2021
Crowley was nominated, along with 7 great artists, for having substantive artistic portfolios and either expressed need for studio space for specific projects or loss of opportunity as a result of COVID -19.
Deep South by Suroeste Group Art Exhibit
May 1st - June 12th
This Deep South by Suroeste group art exhibition explores the changing complexion of Black and Latinx solidarity in Louisiana and beyond. The exhibition highlights the creative work and advocacy of individuals, organizations, and communities that are building Black and Latinx power through common struggle and unity, with the goal of inspiring others to do the same.
Art by Kara Crowley was founded in 2018. Kara is an artist who embraces the uniqueness of black culture. She creates pieces in order for her audience to make both emotional/ spiritual connections understanding the aesthetics, hardships, and accomplishments as an African American in society. Kara's time with YAYA Inc. (Young Aspirations - Young Artist) and at Xavier University of Louisiana molded her into the artist she is today. She continues looking for ways to nurture her own artistic practice throughout the New Orleans art community such as Xavier University of Louisiana, 912 Studio, and the Ana & Adeline Foundation. Kara's main passion is working in the studio along with her artistic discipline, which is painting portraits. Kara's medium is acrylic on wood surfaces and molding paste or dried acrylic to add depth.