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Hoodoo, Voodoo and a Bottle of Rum

New Orleans, Bandaríkin

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Upplifun sem Jean-Marcel býður upp á

2 klst.
Innifalið: drykkir
Allt að 10 manns
Tungumál: enska

Það sem verður gert

A walk through Congo Square and the Historic Faubourg Treme culminating in a talk at my studio about Hoodoo, Voodoo, Black Carnival Traditions, the deeds and misdeeds of my own Louisiana Creole ancestors and other lesser known aspects of New Orleans history and culture. In my studio rum bar you will enjoy coffee, rum and a chance to check out my art and black masking Indian attire. My house has long been a place where friends come to ground themselves in the cultural vibration of the city. I am so excited to now share this experience with you!
Other things to note
While the majority of my presentation will be at my studio, we will also walk six blocks and stand in one place for long periods. Please wear comfortable shoes and stay hydrated because the heat can be oppressive, especially in the summer. BTW - NO PHOTOS of my studio or myself are allowed, thank U.
A walk through Congo Square and the Historic Faubourg Treme culminating in a talk at my studio about Hoodoo, Voodoo, Black Carnival Traditions, the deeds and misdeeds of my own Louisiana Creole ancestors and other lesser known aspects of New Orleans history and culture. In my studio rum bar you will enjoy coffee, rum and a chance to check out my art and black masking Indian attire. My house has long been a place where friends come to ground thems…

Jean-Marcel lofar öryggi

Gestgjafinn samþykkti leiðbeiningar Airbnb um öryggi og hreinlæti vegna COVID-19. Þar á meðal að fara að viðmiðum um nándarmörk og góða hollustuhætti og að sjá til þess að allir þátttakendur verði með grímu.
Frekari upplýsingar

Hvað er innifalið

  • Drykkir
    Rum
Frá $50
 á mann
fös., 29. jan.
15:00 - 17:00
$50 á mann
$50 á mann
lau., 30. jan.
15:00 - 17:00
$50 á mann
$50 á mann
sun., 31. jan.
10:00 - 12:00
$50 á mann
$50 á mann

Þetta er gestgjafi þinn, Jean-Marcel

Gestgjafi á Airbnb síðan 2016
  • 772 umsagnir
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I'm an artist and 12th-generation Afro-Creole. My family fled Louisiana in 1970 to escape racial oppression. I returned 15 years ago to reconnect with the land of my ancestors. I make art with wood salvaged from my Katrina-damaged home in Treme, and mask as a Medicine Man in the Black Masking Indian tradition. My art is in the permanent collection of the American Folk Art Museum and in the homes of art-lovers worldwide.
Til að vernda greiðsluna þína skaltu aldrei senda peninga eða eiga í samskiptum fyrir utan heimasíðu eða app Airbnb. Frekari upplýsingar

Staðsetning

The experience takes place roughly an hour in the park and an hour at my studio, which is seldom open to the public. After Hurricane Katrina, I converted former slave quarters into an art studio, Hoodoo shop, and guest rooms.

Einkunn 4,95 af 5 í 772 umsögnum.

Princess
janúar 2021
Great experience. He went above and beyond to tell us the history of NOLA. I heard things I never even heard about before which will stick with me, and I appreciate the history even more. Happy to have attended and it was more than worth the money ! I wouldn’t hesitate to book this at all :)
Great experience. He went above and beyond to tell us the history of NOLA. I heard things I never even heard about before which will stick with me, and I appreciate the history eve…
Jacqueline
janúar 2021
Very informative tour about the true history of New Orleans and the lasting impact our ancestors and their traditions have on the city’s culture (well, on everything, if we’re being honest).
Tara
janúar 2021
This tour was absolutely incredible and I highly recommend it. I know it sounds, from the title, that it could be cheesy, but it's really anything but. Jean-Marcel *eventually* gets to hoodoo and voodoo, but his storytelling and history expertise is (rightfully so) based on the black experience in New Orleans. He educates on the absolute endless atrocities of the black slave in New Orleans and how their West African roots informed so much of their culture, food, survival, faith, and tenacity. There's no way for Jean-Marcel, or anyone else, to talk about hoodoo and voodoo in New Orleans without understanding who the people were and how they got here. The truth is that's not an uplifting story. It's a horrendous story that still lives on today, and Jean-Marcel takes that head on, as he should. The tour ends in his backyard in his studio that will absolutely drop your jaw. I cannot recommend this tour highly enough. If you're fragile about the truth of the black experience in America...then you should DEFINITELY GO ON THIS TOUR! ha! Jean-Marcel is a star. Go on the tour!
This tour was absolutely incredible and I highly recommend it. I know it sounds, from the title, that it could be cheesy, but it's really anything but. Jean-Marcel *eventually* g…
Kelsey
nóvember 2020
Fantastic learning expirence! Nola history rolled into one tour. A must visit for any adult groups interested in HooDoo! Would be great for a bachelorette party
Nneka
nóvember 2020
Marcel is a great storyteller and amazingly talented person. We were given very interesting, funny, and memorable information. The statues in the park are phenomenal. Over-all, we enjoyed ourselves. Highly recommend.
Elise
nóvember 2020
Amazing tour with a great perspective on the tulmultuous history of New Orleans. Jean-Marcel oozed passion and served cultural realness, this was an experiemce I will always remember. Recommend this tour 100%

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If you are visiting during the hot months please bring cold water to stay hydrated and a sun umbrella if you’re must because the heat can be very oppressive in New Orleans at times.