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New Orleans Photography EXPERIENCE Message Board Photography › Info rec'vd via facebook so thought I'd share

Info rec'vd via facebook so thought I'd share

corliss
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Harvey, LA
Post #: 17
PhotoNola Calendar of Events
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Chandra McCormick & Keith Calhoun:
Faces of Tremé/New Work

November 30, 2012 – January 26, 2013
Opening: Friday, Nov 30, 6-9pm
McKenna Museum of African American Art
2003 Carondelet Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
504-586-7432
Hours: Thur-Sat, 11am-4pm; Tue-Wed by appt.
Museum Closed for Holidays: December 22 – January 3
"Faces of Tremé – Curated by Deborah Willis
Preserving the cultural history of African American life in the south, Chandra McCormick and Keith Calhoun, native Lower 9th Ward photographers, have been documenting rural communities throughout Louisiana for more than 30 years. Following the beat of the Second Line into the heart of historic Tremé, the oldest African American community in the United States, McCormick and Calhoun have their ears to the ground and their eyes on the soul of their subjects. "
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