Shows

UPCOMING SHOWS AND APPEARANCES FOR 2016

Please check back here frequently for updates and additions!

Some of my work is currently being show at the Cake Cafe at 2440 Chartres and SecondLine Arts & Antiques (formerly Greg’s Antiques) at 1209 Decatur.

Please remember that weather conditions may affect the markets’ times and dates. If in doubt, please check the night before the market for any possible changes.

Saturday, March 4th: Book Signing of “Stories from the St. Louis Cemeteries of New Orleans. 1850 House at 523 St. Ann Street from 2pm to 4pm.

Wednesday, April 6th: Panel “Life, Death, and Burial in New Orleans.” A Tulane Club Lifelong Learning Event. Moderated by David Johnson. With Cheryl Gerber, John Pope, and myself. Reception at 5:30. Panel at 6:00pm. Bea Field Alumni House. 6319 Willow Street. Register HERE.

Saturday, April 23rd: Book Signing of “Hope & New Orleans: A History of Crescent City Street Names” and “Stories from the St. Louis Cemeteries of New Orleans” with author Maggy Baccinelli “New Orleans Neighborhoods.” New Orleans Fairgrounds. Jazz Fest Book Tent. 2pm to 3pm.

Sunday, May 1st: Book Signing of “Hope & New Orleans: A History of Crescent City Street Names” and “Stories from the St. Louis Cemeteries of New Orleans.” 1pm to 2pm.

Sunday, April 24thSecondLine Arts & Antiques (formerly Greg’s Antiques) at 1209 Decatur. 8am to 4pm.

Wednesday, April 27th: Lecture and book signing with author Maggy Baccinelli “New Orleans Neighborhoods.” Part of New Orleans Libraries. Algiers Library. 3014 Holiday Drive.

Monday, May 9th: Lecture and book signing for Friends of the Cabildo Walking Tour Guides. The Cabildo. 10am.

Wednesday, May 11th: Lecture at St. Thomas Episcopal School for Heritage Day.

Friday, May 20th: Private lecture with the staff of Hermann-Grima/Gallier Historic Houses on the sinking of the Evening Star.

Friday, May 20th: Lecture on the sinking of the Evening Star. Book signing to follow of “Hope & New Orleans: A History of Crescent City Street Names” and ““Stories from the St. Louis Cemeteries of New Orleans.” Gallier House. 1132 Royal Street. Doors at 5:30pm. Lecture at 6:00pm.

Saturday, May 21st: SecondLine Arts & Antiques (formerly Greg’s Antiques) at 1209 Decatur. 10am to 6pm.

Saturday, July 16th: Save Our Cemeteries Annual Seminar. Lecture on “The History of Cremation in New Orleans.” Greenwood Cemetery & Mausoleum; 5200 Canal Blvd. Noon.

Tuesday, September 27th: Lecture for Delgado’s Tour Guide Class. 6:15pm.

Saturday, October 29: Arts Council of New Orleans‘ Arts Market. 10am to 4pm at Palmer Park, corner of S. Carrollton and S. Claiborne.

Saturday, November 5thFreret Market. 12pm to 4pm. Located at the intersection of Freret Street and Napoleon Avenue.

Saturday, November 26thArts Council of New Orleans‘ Arts Market. 10am to 4pm at Palmer Park, corner of S. Carrollton and S. Claiborne.

Sunday, November 27thArts Council of New Orleans‘ Arts Market. 10am to 4pm at Palmer Park, corner of S. Carrollton and S. Claiborne.

Saturday, December 3rd:  Freret Market. 12pm to 4pm. Located at the intersection of Freret Street and Napoleon Avenue.

Saturday, December 17thArts Council of New Orleans‘ Arts Market. 10am to 4pm at Palmer Park, corner of S. Carrollton and S. Claiborne.

Sunday, December 18thArts Council of New Orleans‘ Arts Market. 10am to 4pm at Palmer Park, corner of S. Carrollton and S. Claiborne.