Celebrating 60 years of art!

St. Tammany Art Association is celebrating 60 years of art exhibitions, events and educational programming. Take a look at some of our favorite memories. You may see some familiar faces! 

Currently on view in the Miriam Barranger Gallery

St. Tammany Art Association presents il•lus•trate exhibition 

April 14 – May 26, 2018   
Opening reception Saturday, April 14, 6 to 9 pm during Spring for Art!  

Graphic novels, greeting cards, children’s books, posters, magazine articles, game design, and character conceptualization are among the works to be featured in the upcoming il•lus•trate exhibition at St.Tammany Art Association. This exhibition will showcase the artwork of five working illustrators from around the country. These include Shiho Pate, an illustrator for Cartoon Network’s online games; Chris Hsu, illustrator for The BooBoos that Changed the World and Appleseed Magazine; Britt Spencer, illustrator of three children’s books and the graphic novel Journey By Starlight; Lindsay Ryden, designer of the humorous Real Life Musings greeting cards and illustrator of Frank the Chair Visits Kansas; and Hannah Gumbo, illustrator of the upcoming The Book That Wanted to Be Red. These artists bring characters, stories, and emotions to life through both traditional and digital media with their unique styles of art-making. Click here for more details about this fabulous exhibition. 


The mission of the St. Tammany Art Association is to provide quality programming and cultural enrichment to the community, to support established artists, promote emerging artists, and produce educational arts related activities for adults and children and in doing so enhance life in St. Tammany Parish.