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PhotoNOMA this Friday, May 11th, 5:30-8:30 pm.

"Tandem" copyright 2012 Kristin Fouquet

"The New Orleans Museum of Art, in partnership with the New Orleans Photo Alliance, is pleased to present PhotoNOMA, a photographers’ portfolio night at the museum. On Friday, May 11th from 5:30pm to 8:30 pm, 100 photographers, from beginners to the well established, will display their work for a community walk-through. Admission is $10 for the general public, $5 for Photo Alliance members and free to NOMA members. Photography enthusiasts and the public are encouraged to come out to see the wide range of work that will be on display and to take advantage of the wonderful opportunity to meet and engage with the artists."

I'll be one in a hundred photographers on hand Friday night. I'll be showing and selling examples of my street photography and street portraits. Hope you can make it!

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  1. Fine opportunity to acquire great work as well as view true art.

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