SUFC's April 22 at the Ashé combines rare elements. We'll see 3D-prints of great New Orleans' musicians and culture-bearers, scanned from epic sculptures in Armstrong Park and presented by James and Adrienne
Catalano of Future Factory. We'll see aerial scanning by a drone. We'll hear the Community Works Children's Choir, led by singer, musician and bandleader Cole Williams. Children will again make drumsticks into art with paint- pens and learn rhythms from Haitian master drummer Damas Fanfan Louis.
This special SUFC Music & Arts Day and 3D-Printing Workshop will be simulcast to students at three of
Sticking Up For Children's youth-education partners
in Port-au-Prince, Haiti--the FEPE orphanage and EFE
school and College Canapé-Vert.
Big Chief Tootie Montana, epic sculpture by Shalene
Jones-Adenle in New
Orleans' Armstrong Park,
rendered for 3D-printing
by James Catalano from
scanning that he did on
April 7, 2017.
See the next stage, the
actual 3D-printed statuette, at SUFC's Music & Arts Day, April 22, 2017.
Click tp watch
great video of
Cole & Choir.