ArtEgg Studios is a multi-use commercial rental building in New Orleans. A former produce warehouse, ArtEgg has 50 rental studios in the Broad Street Cultural Products District (MidCity area of New Orleans). Rental units and common spaces are suitable for art studios; photography studios, workshops; nonprofit and small business offices; acting and music rehearsals; collections, set design/building and prop storage. In addition, ArtEgg has large spaces that can be rented for special events, classes, conferences, photo shoots and private parties.
Great space for film industry - craft services, offices, temp storage or locations. Current tenants include set builders, music rehearsal studios, music and film production.
Fully rented prior to Katrina, ArtEgg was devastated yet the grand old structure survived. New roofs, electrical, sprinkler systems and environmental design elements such as solar tracking casino skylights, solar heated hot water, bamboo and recycled glass flooring, eco-friendly roofs and energy efficient fixtures are key elements of rebuilt ArtEgg.
ArtEgg’s dynamic community includes painters, sculpturors, screen printers, writers, musicians, fabric designers, set builders, film and music production professionals, nonprofits and entrepreneurs. All share a commitment to New Orleans and to culturally and environmentally sustainable development.
ArtEgg Studios has a new billboard sign facing the Broad Street Overpass. This is a specially designed with routed alumalite letters in royal purple in ArtEgg's font: Girls are Weird. The billboard was built by Brightway Sign Service Inc in Hanville, LA. Brightway also restored the Everybody Loves a Good Egg sign in the front of ArtEgg, after Katrina.