March 27, 2013

“Permanent Address” Photography Exhibit – April 6th, 2013

"Permanent Address: Cemeteryscapes From Around The World", a free photography exhibit to benefit Save Our Cemeteries


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us on April 6th, 2013 for an in-depth look at necropolises from around the globe, at Permanent Address: Cemeteryscapes From Around viagra generic The World. Featuring the work of over 40 international artists, this free photography exhibit explores the artistry and intimacy of final resting places, from sweeping landscapes to painstakingly-crafted sculptural details. All sales proceeds benefit Save Our Cemeteries, canadian online pharmacy a New Orleans non-profit devoted to the preservation, protection, and promotion of the historic cemeteries of New Orleans through restoration, education, and advocacy.

Find out more about Save Our Cemeteries’ mission, membership options, and cemetery tours at

Learn about the 21st International Cemeteryscape Photography Contest and submit your photos for a chance to win up to $2,000 at


One Response to ““Permanent Address” Photography Exhibit – April 6th, 2013”

  1. [...] Permanent Address: Cemeteryscapes From Around The World was a great success last Saturday night during Jammin’ on Julia. Thank you to everyone who came out to admire and purchase photography; every penny collected went to help Save Our Cemeteries‘ mission of protecting and promoting New Orleans’ treasured above-ground cemeteries. Seven works of art were sold on opening night, and the exhibit is still open for anyone who would like to stop by and support a great local cause! [...]

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