Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses
Unlocking History

The Exchange Shop at Hermann-Grima House

Support Local Artists and Craftspeople

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A Woman’s Exchange “is a depot or salesroom where any woman from the richest lady in the land to the poorest can place the work of her fingers and offer it for sale.”

Located in one of the few remaining 19th-century French Quarter stable buildings, The Exchange Shop follows the long tradition of Women’s Exchanges across the country, and represents a number of Louisiana women artists, including painters, ceramicists and jewelry designers. In addition to consigned artworks, The Exchange Shop offers locally designed and produced artisanal goods including books, toys, tableware, textiles, accessories, and logo merchandise.

The Woman’s Exchange, established in New Orleans in 1881 as the Christian Woman’s Exchange, remains one of the oldest women’s nonprofits in the South. Originally founded as a human services organization whose mission was to help women “in-need” after the Civil War, The Woman’s Exchange has evolved into a leading historic preservation and interpretation institution, overseeing both Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses.

 
 
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Current Consignment Artists


Deborah Hanberg
(Old New Orleans Jewelry)

Robin Kanner


Consigning with The Exchange Shop

The Exchange Shop is a venue designed to celebrate the artistic achievements of women in the arts throughout the Gulf Coast. The shop showcases the local artistic talent of women artists, artisans, and craftspeople in a historic venue that pays tribute to the history of The Woman’s Exchange as well as the genius of the New Orleans artistic community.

The Exchange Shop looks for local artists that best exemplify the artistic community of the Gulf Coast region. The medias that we support are photography, mixed media, paintings and drawings, textiles, glass works, jewelry, and pottery/ceramics.

Please contact us at info@hgghh.org , with CONSIGNMENT in the subject line, if you are interested in consigning your work.