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Gallery Exhibit: Preserving Second Line Culture -CLOSING RECEPTION 1-26-17 6-8 pm

January 26, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Here are a few pics, and a short video from the closing reception for the group photography exhibition “Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture” on January 26th 2017 at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery at 1205 Rampart Street in New Orleans. The exhibition was actually scheduled to end 12/19 but was extended for an additional month!! Special thanks to Charles Lovell for putting the exhibit together and to MJ Mastrogiovanni for setting up the catering with Big Chief James Onsite Catering(I’m still having dreams about the “Bisque”...) and having Da Truth Brass Band perform at the closing, which was pretty damn special.......and of course thanks to all who attended and and the Jazz and Heritage Foundation!! More pics and a musical slideshow can be viewed http://www.nativeorleanian.org/gallery_exhibit_preserving_second_line_culture_closing_reception_1_26_17 All Rights Reserved ©2005-2017

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Da Truth Brass Band

 

Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture 

Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6 – 9pm EXTENDED THRU 1/26/17

I wanted to let you know that Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture has a Closing Reception on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery at 1205 Rampart Street in New Orleans, a group photography exhibition on subject of New Orleans second lines.
Da Truth Brass Band will perform at 7:30  p.m.
Food and beverage provided. Photographers are by Judy Cooper, L J Goldstein, Brad Edelman, Charles M. Lovell, Jerry Moran, M J Mastrogiovanni, and Leslie Parr with historical works from the HNOC by Michael P Smith and Jules Cahn and historical works from the NOJHF collection by John Messina and Eric Waters. Funded through a Community Partnership grant from NOJHF.

 

Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture
November 5 – December 18, 2016
Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6 – 9pm

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery

1205 Rampart Street

New Orleans, LA 70116

(504) 558-6100

Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

I am honored to be a part of and to have 2 pieces of my work displayed alongside the likes of Michael P. Smith et al at  this important photo exhibition.

"Treme 200 Second Line 2012"

treme_200_second_line_jm_102112_013treme_200_second_line_jm_102112_013Second Lines were happening all over this weekend with the Treme 200 Celebration goin down...., made it a point to catch Sunday's Treme 200 with some family in from Brazil. Good times as always and the Saints even won.....WHO DAT!! Enjoy the pics....Jerry ©2005-2012 Jerry Moran Native Orleanian LLC More images can be seen at at http://www.nativeorleanian.org/treme_200_second_line

"Men of Unity Second Line 2009" men_of_unity_second_line_jm_090615_001men_of_unity_second_line_jm_090615_001

more info can be found at PHOTONOLA.ORG

and in this Jazz N Heritage Foundation Announcement

Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture. An exhibition featuring the photographic works of Judy Cooper, L.J. Goldstein, Brad Edelman, Charles M. Lovell, Jerry Moran, M.J. Mastogiavanni, Leslie Parr, and historical work by Michael P. Smith and Jules Cahn from the Historic New Orleans Collection, and by John Messina and Eric Waters from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Collection. The exhibition is organized by Charles M. Lovell, volunteer curator for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery.

The history of New Orleans second lines and social aid and pleasure clubs is directly linked to traditions of African American cultural practices including brass bands, jazz funerals and African dances that date back over two centuries to Sunday celebrations in Congo Square. Through the exhibition, Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture will bring to the New Orleans public and visitors to our region a greater understanding of the importance of these rich cultural traditions by showing some of the best contemporary and historical photography representing the subject.

I also have work on display at the AMAZING  “Louisiana Photography Biennial” Photo Exhibit which is still running thru November 19th, if you haven't been yet, try and get down there before the show closes.

14570748_10202214978052217_8976199185557609037_oLouisiana Photography BiennialVery honored to have 2 pieces selected for inclusion in the group #Exhibition #Louisiana #Photography #Biennial curated by Don Marshall, former Director of the CAC and current Executive Director of the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, featuring over 75 Louisiana photographers including internationally and nationally acclaimed artists. Exhibition runs through November 19th and most works will be available for sale. Opening Reception of the group exhibition is this Saturday 10/8/16 6PM -10pm at the #NewOrleansArtCenter , 3330 St. Claude Ave. NOLA 70117 I will also be part of another exciting exhibition sponsored by the NOJHF which will run from early November thru mid December. A press release with details should come out soon! See ya’ll Saturday!! Jerry

 


Gallery Exhibit: Preserving Second Line Culture - Opening Reception Nov. 12

January 26, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture 

Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6 – 9pm EXTENDED THRU 1/26/17

 

November 5 – December 18, 2016
Opening: Saturday, Nov 12, 6 – 9pm

 

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery

1205 Rampart Street

New Orleans, LA 70116

(504) 558-6100

Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

I am honored to be a part of and to have 2 pieces of my work displayed alongside the likes of Michael P. Smith et al at  this important photo exhibition.

"Treme 200 Second Line 2012"

treme_200_second_line_jm_102112_013treme_200_second_line_jm_102112_013Second Lines were happening all over this weekend with the Treme 200 Celebration goin down...., made it a point to catch Sunday's Treme 200 with some family in from Brazil. Good times as always and the Saints even won.....WHO DAT!! Enjoy the pics....Jerry ©2005-2012 Jerry Moran Native Orleanian LLC More images can be seen at at http://www.nativeorleanian.org/treme_200_second_line

"Men of Unity Second Line 2009" men_of_unity_second_line_jm_090615_001men_of_unity_second_line_jm_090615_001

more info can be found at PHOTONOLA.ORG

and in this Jazz N Heritage Foundation Announcement

Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture. An exhibition featuring the photographic works of Judy Cooper, L.J. Goldstein, Brad Edelman, Charles M. Lovell, Jerry Moran, M.J. Mastogiavanni, Leslie Parr, and historical work by Michael P. Smith and Jules Cahn from the Historic New Orleans Collection, and by John Messina and Eric Waters from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Collection. The exhibition is organized by Charles M. Lovell, volunteer curator for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery.

The history of New Orleans second lines and social aid and pleasure clubs is directly linked to traditions of African American cultural practices including brass bands, jazz funerals and African dances that date back over two centuries to Sunday celebrations in Congo Square. Through the exhibition, Preserving New Orleans Second Lines Culture will bring to the New Orleans public and visitors to our region a greater understanding of the importance of these rich cultural traditions by showing some of the best contemporary and historical photography representing the subject.

I also have work on display at the AMAZING  “Louisiana Photography Biennial” Photo Exhibit which is still running thru November 19th, if you haven't been yet, try and get down there before the show closes.

14570748_10202214978052217_8976199185557609037_oLouisiana Photography BiennialVery honored to have 2 pieces selected for inclusion in the group #Exhibition #Louisiana #Photography #Biennial curated by Don Marshall, former Director of the CAC and current Executive Director of the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, featuring over 75 Louisiana photographers including internationally and nationally acclaimed artists. Exhibition runs through November 19th and most works will be available for sale. Opening Reception of the group exhibition is this Saturday 10/8/16 6PM -10pm at the #NewOrleansArtCenter , 3330 St. Claude Ave. NOLA 70117 I will also be part of another exciting exhibition sponsored by the NOJHF which will run from early November thru mid December. A press release with details should come out soon! See ya’ll Saturday!! Jerry

 


Chris Robinson Brotherhood holds court at Tipititas NOLA June 9th 2016

June 13, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

 

the_chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_jm_060916_003the_chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_jm_060916_003The Chris Robinson Brotherhood performing at Tipitinas NOLA 6-09-16. Many more pics and a musical slideshow can be viewed at http://www.nativeorleanian.org/blog/2016/6/chris-robinson-brotherhood-holds-court-at-tipititas
All Rights Reserved ©2005-2016 Jerry Moran Native Orleanian LLC

What an incredible show last Thursday evening at Tipitinas with The Chris Robinson Brotherhood who were just slay’n it with deep psychedelic grooves for the greater part of 2 long sets with a healthy dose of new materia the_chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_jm_060916_008the_chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_jm_060916_008The Chris Robinson Brotherhood performing at Tipitinas NOLA 6-09-16. Many more pics and a musical slideshow can be viewed at http://www.nativeorleanian.org/blog/2016/6/chris-robinson-brotherhood-holds-court-at-tipititas
All Rights Reserved ©2005-2016 Jerry Moran Native Orleanian LLC
l from the band’s upcoming album, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, (Pre-ordered yesterday!!) the_chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_jm_060916_019the_chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_jm_060916_019The Chris Robinson Brotherhood performing at Tipitinas NOLA 6-09-16. Many more pics and a musical slideshow can be viewed at http://www.nativeorleanian.org/blog/2016/6/chris-robinson-brotherhood-holds-court-at-tipititas
All Rights Reserved ©2005-2016 Jerry Moran Native Orleanian LLC
which was right on time for this photog who missed the show late last year and had a job cancel last minute on this evening allowing me to gladly indulge. Some serious guitar work goin down with Neal Casal et al.....stayed long after the camera work was done for this one..... Great to see Chris Robinson pushing t
he artistic limits with CRB , amazing show! And got to see a ton of good friends as lagniappe, go figure....  There is also a great article on  the CRB  in Offbeat Magazine  Enjoy and be sure to catch CRB when they swing your way...... Many more pics and a musical slideshow will be added to http://www.nativeorleanian.org/chris_robinson_brotherhood_tipitinas_60916
All Rights Reserved ©2005-2016 Jerry Moran Native Orleanian LLC

 

 


d.b.a. New Orleans GQ Magazine April 2016

April 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

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In the April 2016 edition of GQ magazine, the top six party-cation destinations are listed and of course New Orleans is in the upper tier of that list at number two, followed by Miami at number 1, (2 totally different and unique experiences, perhaps there should be two number 1's). So where does GQ tell you to start for your festivities in New Orleans? d.b.a. on Frenchmen Street OF COURSE , which is so aptly described by writer Brett Anderson as "An anchor of the Frenchmen Street music scene. The clubs jazz and soul set start early and pair well with all the craft beers from around these parts". And as far as music if you're lucky you'll get to see Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and the Golden Eagle Mardi Gras Indians in one of my images above the article. No Worries though, if you miss Monk there's an endless string of the best local talent playing at the club nightly Including Walter Wolfman Washington, Glen David Andrews, George Porter Jr., Papa Mali, The Treme brass band, Luke Winslow King, Little Freddie King and many many more..... Happy Jazz Fest to all!!;-)


Americana Music Triangle Photo Exhibit 2016 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Throughout Jazz Fest Season, I will make myself available for Studio/Gallery visits by appointment at your convenience! The best way to reach me is via text at 504-201-2202, or email at jerry@nativeorleanian.com, or just grab me if you see me out shooting.......  If your in the Bywater, there's a good chance I'll be available ON DEMAND  throughout Jazz Fest!!  Otherwise I'll get back to you within an hr.......Jerry ;-)

The New Orleans Photo Alliance has partnered with The Jazz and Heritage Festival celebrating the Americana Music Triangle to feature photography focused on the music, people, culture and landscape that create the storied area. amer_music_triangle_promoamer_music_triangle_promoThe New Orleans Photo Alliance has partnered with The Jazz and Heritage Festival celebrating the Americana Music Triangle to feature photography focused on the music, people, culture and landscape that create the storied area. This juried photography exhibit was open to all lovers New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, HWY 61, Clarksdale, the small towns, churches, juke joints, back roads, honky tonks, dance halls and countless people in between. Image The exhibition, juried by Sacha Lecca, the Deputy Photo Editor at Rolling Stone Magazine with over 20 years experience in magazine publishing, including stints at Newsweek, CMP Media, and Rolling Stone, will be on view at The Grandstand during the 2016 Jazz and Heritage Festival beginning April 22 and running through May 1, 2016. A few days ago I received the great news that my work had been selected for the show, but there was no hint about which “1” of my 4 entries had been selected. Come to find out, 3 of my entries had been selected.......WOW!! This will be the second time my work has been shown in the Grandstand during Jazz Fest, the first back in 2008 when one of my images from the series “Dr. Michael White’s Jazz Titanic” was on display. My contributions to what is sure to be a strong show this year include three 16x24 B&W pieces, including a B.B. King, Second Chief Joseph of the Golden Eagle Mardi Gras Indians, and and iconic Jazz Funeral capture. Needless to say I am honored and excited about the show!! Jerry ;-) More info to come..... This juried photography exhibit was open to all lovers New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, HWY 61, Clarksdale, the small towns, churches, juke joints, back roads, honky tonks, dance halls and countless people in between. nopa_jfnopa_jf The exhibition, juried by Sacha Lecca, the Deputy Photo Editor at Rolling Stone Magazine with over 20 years experience in magazine publishing, including stints at Newsweek, CMP Media, and Rolling Stone, will be on view at The Grandstand during the 2016 Jazz and Heritage Festival beginning April 22 and running through May 1, 2016. A few days ago I received the great news that my work had been selected for the show, but there was no hint about which “1” of my 4 entries had been selected. Come to find out, 3 of my entries had been selected.......WOW!! This will be the second time my work has been shown in the Grandstand during Jazz Fest, the first back in 2008 when one of my images from the series “Dr. Michael White’s Jazz Titanic” was on display. My contributions to what is sure to be a strong show this year include three 16x24 B&W pieces, including a B.B. King, Second Chief Joseph of the Golden Eagle Mardi Gras Indians, and and iconic Jazz Funeral capture. Needless to say I am honored and excited about the show!! Jerry ;-) More info to come.....

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