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Americana Music Triangle Photo Exhibit 2016 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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. 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. 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.....
Keywords: American Music Triangle, BB King, Jazz Fest, Jazz Funeral, Native Orleanian Fine Photography, New Orleans, Secod Line, culture, jerry moran
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