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NOPA Monthly Member Meeting
Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 6:30pm
NOPA Gallery, 1111 St. Mary
Qué Bola Asere: Celebrating Cuba
January 31 - March 8, 2015
Reception: Thursday, February 5, 6-9 p
NOPA Gallery, 1111 St. Mary
Support PhotoNOLA!
2014 Collectors Club Print
“Meat & Metal, 2013” by photographer David Halliday
Pay It Forward Happy Hour
Eiffel Society
Wednesday, March 11, 7-9pm
2015 Michael P. Smith Grant
Juror Emma Reynes
Deadline March 30, 2015
Exhibition: Elizabeth Stone: Skins, Shells and Meats
Dec 4, 2014 – Jan 25, 2015
Opening: Dec 6, 6-9pm
Exhibition: CURRENTS 2014
Ogden Museum
Dec 4, 2014 - Jan 5, 2015
Opening: Dec 5, 5-7pm

New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St. Mary Street (map)
New Orleans, LA 70130

Saturday & Sunday
Noon - 4 or by appointment

p: 504-264-1855

The New Orleans Photo Alliance is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council. The grant is administered by the Arts Council of New Orleans.



NOPA Monthly Member Meeting
Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 6:30pm
NOPA Gallery, 1111 St. Mary

Get involved with NOPA and come hear our latest news, events & upcoming opportunities! This month our Members Meeting includes a talk and presentation by photographer Eliot Kamenitz. He will be discussing his latest work and book, "Music in Black and White", which is currently on display at Cafe Degas.

Eliot Kamenitz, 62, was a staff photographer for the Times Picayune for 32 years. Presently he is a part time staff photographer for the New Orleans Advocate where he has worked since 2012, Originally from New York City, he moved to Southwest Florida when he was 12 after a snow plow buried his father’s car “for the last time’’. He has lived and worked in the South ever since, including Saint Augustine, FL, Macon, GA, and Dallas, TX. He is a 1974 graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism. Before joining the New Orleans Advocate, Kamenitz had worked on nine newspapers in various capacities including copyeditor, reporter, features writer, food columnist and sports writer. In 2006 he was part of the staff that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking New Coverage for their coverage of Hurricane Katrina. He lives in the Mid-City area of New Orleans with his wife Laura and cat Ranger.