Alferez Documentary at Po’boy Fest

2010 New Orleans Po'boy preservation festivalEnrique Alferez, the sculptor who designed the “Conquest of Yellow Fever” frieze in the library commons, will be the subject of a documentary at the 2010 New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival.

ÔÇ£Enrique Alferez, SculptorÔÇØ (1989) will be shown at 6pm on Sunday, November 14 at 8325 Oak Street (the former Armstrong-McCall Beauty Supply store, located next to Frenchy’s Gallery and across from Maple Leaf Bar and Jaques-ImoÔÇÖs Caf?®).

A University of New Orleans production, the half-hour video profiles Alferez and his career predominantly in his own words, combining interviews with footage of the sculptorÔÇÖs pervasive public art in New Orleans.

Along with the documentary – which hasnÔÇÖt had such a screening in decades – filmmaker Matt Martinez and the artist’s daughter Dr. Tlaloc Alferez will provide additional information on Alferez and his work.

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