Wednesday, June 18, 2008

June Art Events

Today my parents are getting on a bus to Virginia's Bayou Boogaloo. It’s an art, food and music festival in Norfolk, Virginia this weekend to help with Hurricane Katrina recovery. If you are in the Norfolk area, go ahead and check it out, it should be a nice festival. The website also has a page with The Artists of Virginia's Bayou Boogaloo, with links to the artist’s websites.Next Saturday, June 28th, is the MidCity Art Market. The market is the last Saturday of each month at Palmer Park. Palmer Park is at the intersection of S. Carrolton and S. Claiborne Ave in Uptown New Orleans. It is from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. If Saturday is rained out, the market will take place on Sunday June 29th. In July, the market will take place on the 26th, and in August, it will be on the 30th. Come out and support art in New Orleans.See to view some of the available photographs. Purchases can be made from this website, or come out and see Lane at one of the Markets listed above.The Gretna Art Walk is another Art Market that my dad does. The Gretna Art Walk is on hiatus right now, but will return in September. It will be every second Saturday of the month between September and May. There is also a weekly Farmer's Market every Saturday between Third and Fourth Streets in Gretna, La.Participate in the Farmer's MarketParticipate in the Art Walk

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