In honor of White Linen Night, the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts is pleased to present HUNTER SLOAN: Good Night NYC, a special solo photography exhibition featuring a scholarship winner from the 2014 GRFA Art Contest.

White Linen Night
Saturday, August 4th
5:30 – 9:30 PM
747 Magazine Street
(Near corner of Magazine & Julia St.)
About the Exhibition

Photographer Hunter Sloan began the Good Night NYCseries to playfully capture New York commuters who fell asleep on the subway, yet seemed to always wake up before their stop. As this series progressed, Sloan turned his camera to another segment of subway riders: the many homeless individuals who depended upon the subway to escape the brutal winter. What began as a tongue-in-cheek documentary series became a visual exploration of human vulnerability and fortitude.

Get creative with us during White Linen Night!
Once again for White Linen Night, GRFA will have a fan-making area for creative visitors of all ages! Grab some glitter and markers and create your own work of art inspired by George Rodrigue.
Visitors from past White Linen Nights show off their fan creations!