Please join us for Queens Rule VIII, the Spring 2012 installment of an ongoing conversation about the arts, roles, and practices of women and girls in the Mardi Gras Indian culture of New Orleans
I MARRIED A BIG CHIEF!
A panel conversation among Mardi Gras Indian wives
Mrs. Gaynell Gibson-Sorina
Wife of Flag Boy Adolph Sorina
Mrs. Agnes Harris
Wife of Big Chief James “Yam” Harris
Mrs. Herreast Harrison
Wife of late Big Chief Donald Harrison, Senior
Guardians of the Flame
Mrs. Sabrina Mays-Montana
Wife of Big Chief Darryl Montana
Mrs. Joyce Montana
Wife of late Big Chief Allison “Tootie” Montana
Moderated by Karen Celestan
Our evening together will conclude with a special Mardi Gras Indian tribute performance
5:00pm until 7:00pm
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Anna E. Many Lounge
Caroline Richardson Building
There is no charge to participate in the event, but seating is limited.
To guarantee seating, please RSVP Karen@mosaicliterary.com by Friday,
March 16. You may also join and share the event via our Facebook page.
The Mardi Gras Indian Hall of Fame is pleased to present Queens Rule
VIII in coordination with the Spring 2012 Feminist Documentary class
taught by Instructor Betsy Weiss in the Tulane Department of
Communication in association with the Tulane Center for Public Service.
Caroline Richardson Building is the second building on the Uptown side
of Newcomb Place just off Willow Street on the Newcomb College campus of
the Uptown New Orleans campus of Tulane University. The Caroline Richardson Building is a 1950s brick
and glass building. The Anna E. Many Lounge is on the second floor at the
end of the hall. Please do not confuse the Caroline Richardson Building
with either of the "Richardson Buildings" that are located on the Tulane campus
near St Charles Avenue.