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Finally in the Big Leagues: Free Children’s Art Event at the Arts Council of New Orleans Arts Market

Well I can say with no small amount of pride that Project Create has made it big!!! We are now working in association with the Arts Council of New Orleans to provide an activity booth for kids at the Arts Market this weekend…as in the Arts Council actually contacted Project Create and hired us (enter screams and shouts of glee and merriment)!!!!!!!!!

So come on down tomorrow  (10/27) to Palmer Park (on the corner of Carrollton and Claiborne). We will be there from 10 till 3:30 with painting activities for your kids! And don’t worry, parents and adults can paint too (if you ask nicely…).

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4 thoughts on “Finally in the Big Leagues: Free Children’s Art Event at the Arts Council of New Orleans Arts Market

  1. Courtney on said:

    This is amazing! So proud of Project Create!

  2. Todd Brantt on said:

    So glad to see Projet Create with the Arts Council of New Orleans. Let’s all bring are Children and Seniors to this event. Fun for all.

  3. Genevieve on said:

    Jordan,

    Congratulations! It’s very impressive and I’m enjoying following Project Create’s progress! Please email me your mailing address when you have a moment. I have a little something to send you.
    Best wishes!
    Genevieve

  4. free penny press on said:

    Well isn’t this a mighty fine thing to read about this Saturday morn.. Well done Jordan!!! Have a great day and Congratulations Project Create!!

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