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  • 1. Tremé Culture Enrichment Class Presented at Lagniappe Academies, Tremé, New Orleans Fall 2011 – Spring 2012 A Program of the Pertunia Foundation www.pertunia.org 1
  • 2. Visits From Fi Yi Yi and theMandingo WarriorsMardi Gras Indians 2
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  • 7. Beading and Patch Making with Fi Yi Yi Mardi Gras Indians 7
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  • 9. Sewing Beaded Patches 9
  • 10. Beaded Patches 10
  • 11. Beaded Patches 11
  • 12. Making Headpieces 12
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  • 15. Second Line Umbrellas and Skull Masks 15
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  • 18. Making Papier Maché Skeleton Mask 18
  • 19. Field Trip toOgden Museum of Southern Art 19
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  • 24. Class Guests 24
  • 25. Bruce Barnes, Chief of Bone Gang 25
  • 26. Royce OsbornBone Gang Member and Local Documentary Maker 26
  • 27. North Side Skull & Bone Gang Skull 27
  • 28. Fi Yi Yi Indians Visit Class 28
  • 29. Field Trip toHouse of Dance and Feathers 29
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  • 32. Field Trip ToBackstreet Cultural Museum For Class Awards 32
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  • 35. Final Fieldtrip:Backstreet Cultural Museum 35
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  • 38. REACH CeremonyCelebration and Graduation 38
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  • 42. Lagniappe Academies’ Tremé Culture Program This program was created by the Pertunia Foundation Inc. for the Lagniappe Academies in Tremé, New Orleans.The guest artists were funded by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation The program is available to other schools. All content of the program is © Pertunia Foundation Inc. 2011 & 2012 kevin@pertunia.org www.pertunia.org 42
  • 43. The Pertunia Foundation Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the unique cultural heritage of the great city of New Orleans.The foundation creates and presents educational programs that focus on the parading and social aid organizations of Tremé and the Mardi Gras Indian, jazz funeral and second line culture. kevin@pertunia.org www.pertunia.org 43