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Art for permanent display in the new George and Joyce Wein Jazz and Heritage Center
I received some exciting news last week from New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation!! After a multi level jury process, the NOJHF has selected one of my photographs , "Second Chief Joseph Mardi Gras Day" for addition to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Art Collection for permanent display/exhibition in the brand new George and Joyce Wein Jazz and Heritage Center. The Grand Opening is for the center located at 1225 N. Rampart Street is Friday December 12th. In a city that has a plethora a talented and gifted photographers, I am truly honored and grateful to have one of my pieces selected for display in the newly remodeled center. Big thanks to the NOJHF for choosing one of my pieces for this special exhibit, and of course to my friends Second Chief Joseph Boudreaux, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and the rest of the Golden Eagle Mardi Gras Indians for constantly inspiring me to produce timeless images with their pretty pretty suits year after year! Jerry ;-)
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