Absinthe Visions ExhibitPosted on July 14th, 2010 by absinthejack
Mark your calendars, July 17, 2010 – Sept 30, 2010, and come see Damian Hevia’s new collection of Absinthe related photographs at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum (SoFAB), adjacent to the Museum of the American Cocktail, NMark your calendars, July 17, 2010 – Sept 30, 2010, and come see Damian Hevia’s new collection of Absinthe related photographs at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum (SoFAB), adjacent to the Museum of the American Cocktail, New Orleans, L.A., on July 17, 2010.(Riverwalk Marketplace 1 Poydras St., Julia Street entrance, top floor). Come meet Damian at the opening, 4:00-6:00 pm, and see his, “Absinthe Visions” photographic exhibit. If you can’t make it for the opening, you still have a chance to see his work as the exhibit will be featured for 3 consecutive months. Damian is a very talented and world renowned professional photographer, acclaimed musician and Absinthe aficionado from Houston, Texas. His artistic photographs capture and reflect the spirit of his subject and evoke reflective emotions that stimulate both curiosity and excitement in his audience about this mysterious aperitif called Absinthe. Opening of this exhibit kicks off the festivities of, “Tales of the Cocktail”, (July 21-24,2010) headquartered at the Montelone Hotel. See, (http://www.talesofthecocktail.com/), for more details. Presentations by Absinthe experts and historians, Jay Hendrickson and Ted Breaux will inform the audience about the history, myths, distilling processes and recent legalization (2007) of contemporary Absinthe. (See schedule for dates, times and locations of these seminars). This exhibit and the above cocktail festival are sure to entertain, stimulate, educate, and, if you’re not careful, inebriate its audience. Please drink responsibly so you can come back in September, 2010, to hear Damian present his motivation and practical approach to achieving his vision for the photographs in the exhibit. (Dates to be determined and shared when available). To see more examples of his artistic expressions through still photographs, visit (http://www.dhevia.com/) Please share this invitation with all of your friends and acquaintances! We hope to see you there having tons of fun in New Orleans!