Murals, mosaics, costume closets and more—if you've ever been to JAMNOLA you'd know that it is one of the city's best representations of the creativity, talent and culture of the local artists. Just when you think it couldn't get any cooler, the local sensation did just that.
Expanding the installation, they've added three new exhibits that feature female artists. From Hubig's Pies to Schwegmann's Grocery, one of the newer exhibits titled "Makin Groceries," by artist Shel Roumillat, showcases a bit of old NOLA where you can enjoy becoming one with the art. There's also an amazingly beautiful piece titled, "A Saint's Dream" by artist Jade Meyers, along with a magical hands on piece done by artist Briana Thompson titled "Nola Nostalgia."
Added to the already popular "Joy of Crawfish" room, you'll find a new installation by artist Robin Durand of a baby Crawfish playing a Cadillac piano.
Be sure to visit JAMNOLA to enjoy the amazing new additions.