Moderated by radio producer and filmmaker George Ingmire, this panel discussion includes members of the New Orleans community who were in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and outbreak of cholera, as well as photography curators. Panelists include: Michael Deibert, Journalist; Maryse Déjean, WWOZ Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator, Haitian native; Julie Dermansky, Photographer; Dr. Yvelyne Germain-MacCarthy, President of the Haitian Association for Human Development and Professor of Mathematics at UNO; Richard McCabe, Ogden Museum of Southern Art Photography Curator; Greer Mendy, J.D., Founder of the Tekrema Center for Arts and Culture; Dr. Jean Montés, Director of Orchestral Studies at Loyola University; Joshua Mann Pailet, Owner of A Gallery for Fine Photography. Admission: Free to museum members; $10 general admission. For more information, or to reserve your spot, call 504 539 9616.
Event Time: 18:00:00