Dante’s Infernal Journal Artventure in New Orleans


The Devil Man

In the 1930's it is said that a man with horns frequented the bars of Algiers (a neighborhood just across the Mississippi from the French Quarter). Now apparently, many folks thought he was the devil. As for the devilish behavior, well, it is said that he would habitually walk out on his bar tab…by disappearing into thin air. Police finally arrested the man…but he had no horns.

deMeng and Engen (deMEngen) present:
Dante’s Infernal Journal ArtVenture

January 24-31, 2021

Michael DeMeng – Dante’s Infernal Journal

In this class, we will modify a book or book box (those sneaky boxes that look like books on the outside). You’ll have a few options in this class.   Read More

Andrea Matus – TBD

Information coming soon.

2021 Artventure is limited to 27 attendees, so register soon to reserve your space!

In New Orleans, you can never get too much of a good thing.  You’ll have plenty of time to explore on your own, as well as time to leisurely savor the unique food and drink found only in this historic city on the Delta.

Tropical in climate, lush in setting, exotic in architecture and sensual in atmosphere, New Orleans is a worldly, richly creative environment like no other. It’s no wonder that the city has been — and continues to be — a favorite muse for an incredible legacy of artists, artisans, performers, musicians, writers and chefs.

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