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To New Orleans, with Love By Whitney Sherman
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Illustrators respond to Hurricane Katrina. Contains 32 original works by illustration students and faculty of the Maryland Institute College of Art [MICA] in Baltimore. Originally created for The... More > Ripple Effect initiative for artists and designers devastated by the Hurricane, these illustrations respond to the our fellow artists needs with empathy and hope. Works were sold as prints, originals were sold at auction, all were part of a multi-media backdrop for The Ripple Effect fundraiser/Mardi Gras celebration held February 28, 2006 at the Society of Illustrators of New York. The foreword by Whitney Sherman, MICA Chair of Illustration and Illustration faculty and the afterword is by Warren Linn, Illustration faculty. Contains each artist's contact information. Profit from this book [$1.] will continue to fund The Ripple Effect initiative sending art supplies to Lousiana State University for distribution in the Gulf Region.< Less
New Orleans Photographs - 2006 By Justin Hackworth
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Color and black and white photographs of New Orleans and the French Quarter in June 2006. While the hurricane has destroyed much of the city, the French Quarter remains lively, upbeat and mostly in... More > tact. As the cab driver said on the way in to town, "The wind took the trees, but it couldn't take the bourbon". A beautiful book for lovers of photography or of New Orleans.< Less
New Orleans Photographs - 2006 By Justin Hackworth
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Color and black and white photographs of New Orleans and the French Quarter in June 2006. While the hurricane has destroyed much of the city, the French Quarter remains lively, upbeat and mostly in... More > tact. As the cab driver said on the way in to town, "The wind took the trees, but it couldn't take the bourbon". A beautiful book for lovers of photography or of New Orleans.< Less
Stories of New Orleans By KNOA Studio
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Stories of New Orleans is a collection of short stories written during the Fall 2006 by architecture students enrolled in The Kentucky New Orleans Architecture Studio, a semester of... More > “study-in-action” offered by The University of Kentucky. Led by faculty members Liz Swanson and Mike McKay, the program gives students an opportunity to live, work, and help rebuild New Orleans by completing specific design projects that fulfill immediate needs for communities in an effective and artful way.< Less
New Orleans In Black & White By George Frangoulis
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NEW ORLEANS IN BLACK & WHITE: This album is a fascinating collection of historical, archival-like photographs of New Orleans. It shows scenes of the city's diverse character: the activities of... More > its people, their energy and their art. From street performers to jazz musicians, from outrageous exhibitionists to ordinary town folks, these pictures -- spanning decades of New Orleans' contrasting lifestyles -- capture the very nature and flavor of the Big Easy.< Less
Women and New Orleans: A History By Mary Gehman
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New Orleans women's contributions to the worlds of education, religion, art, medicine, preservation, politics, law, literature, social services, civil rights, etc. are explored in this comprehensive... More > yet easy to read volume. Mentioned and pictured are women of various races and social classes, from slaves to free women of color to society club women. Lots of photographs. Includes an index and References for Further Reading page. This book is a major addition to documenting southern and U.S. women's history.< Less
Women and New Orleans: A History By Mary Gehman
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New Orleans women's contributions to the worlds of education, religion, art, medicine, preservation, politics, law, literature, social services, civil rights, etc. are explored in this comprehensive... More > yet easy to read volume. Mentioned and pictured are women of various races and social classes, from slaves to free women of color to society club women. Lots of photographs. Includes an index and References for Further Reading page. This book is a major addition to documenting southern and U.S. women's history.< Less
The Art of Debauchery in New Orleans at Mardi Gras By Joseph Pirtz
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Full throttle adventure while in the grips of chaos that captures the essence of life of a traveling music loving subcultural freak of life! I am writing the second part of "The Art of... More > Debauchery" now and working on another book too, "Music Festival Junkie" which captures 17 years experience of creating music festivals, working with artists, carrying around a camera and writing conversations in real time in notepads while thriving in the underground. Thanks for checking my work out and please email me at junkie@musicfestivaljunkie.com with anything you have on your mind...< Less
The Art of Debauchery in New Orleans at Mardi Gras By Jasper Lynx
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Full throttle adventure while in the grips of chaos that captures the essence of life of a traveling music loving subcultural freak of life! I am writing the second part of "The Art of... More > Debauchery" now and working on another book too, "Music Festival Junkie" which captures 17 years experience of creating music festivals, working with artists, carrying around a camera and writing conversations in real time in notepads while thriving in the underground. Thanks for checking my work out and please email me at junkie@musicfestivaljunkie.com with anything you have on your mind...< Less
Sacred ~ New Orleans Funerary Grounds By Elizabeth Huston
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Sacred ~ New Orleans Funerary Grounds features over 100 original photographs from award winning photographer Elizabeth Huston. The historical cemeteries in New Orleans will enthrall you, as this... More > city is home to some of the most amazing tributes, tombs and artifacts of any burial ground in the United States. The sheer beauty of these unique cemeteries, brilliantly captured by Mrs. Huston, will not only inspire you, but they promise to move you to think differently on the subject of death itself. Due to the tragedy of Hurrican Katrina, all proceeds from this book will be donated to the American Red Cross, for recovery efforts. In the comming moths, as the city begins to heal, all proceeds will be also donated to Habitat For Humanity as well as the New Orleans based Charity, Save Our Cemeteries.< Less