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HOODOO, VOODOO AND A BOTTLE OF RUM

AN EXPERIENCE HOSTED BY
JEAN-MARCEL ST. JACQUES

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WHAT YOU'LL DO

A walk through Congo Square and the Historic Faubourg Treme culminating in a talk at my studio about Hoodoo, Voodoo, Black Carnival Traditions, the deeds and misdeeds of my own Louisiana Creole ancestors and other lesser known aspects of New Orleans history and culture. In my studio rum bar you will enjoy coffee, rum and a chance to check out my art and black masking Indian attire. My house has long been a place where friends come to ground themselves in the cultural vibration of the city. I am so excited to now share this experience with you!

Other Things To Note

While the majority of my presentation will be at my studio, we will also walk six blocks and stand in one place for long periods. Please wear comfortable shoes and stay hydrated because the heat can be oppressive, especially in the summer. BTW - NO PHOTOS of my studio or myself are allowed, thank U.


Jean-Marcel's commitment to safety

This host committed to the City of New Orleans COVID-19-related safety and cleaning guidelines—including adhering to social distancing guidelines, practicing good hygiene, and ensuring that all participants wear a mask.


What's included

  • Rum

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1808 North Claiborne Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116

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