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Children's Author Eno Edet

Despite what Science says, something can come from nothing.

And Eno Edet is living proof.

Born to Nigerian immigrants, Eno was raised in Georgia, adopted and nurtured by The Living Theatre in New York, and has settled in The Crescent City to unleash his brand of children’s books to and for the people of New Orleans.

Inspired by children’s authors such as: Hans Christian Andersen, The Brothers Grimm, and also by Nigerian and Southern folktales, and by his experiences living on the fringes of society, Eno’s mission is to redefine the importance of children’s literature.

Instead of taking the traditional publishing route, Eno makes the books himself. Gathering and using materials from where his stories originate from: The Streets.

Told from the perspective of the Have-not, Eno Edet’s children’s book collection makes up what is called the Library of the Ridiculous

Artist Exhibition with Reception for Eno Edet,
March 11, 2017
Art Klub
1941 Arts Street

Art Klub Open Studio and Gallery Hours
featuring works by Eno Edet

March 11 - April 15
Thursdays through Sundays, 2pm-5pm

Book Making Workshop with Eno Edet
Saturdays, March 11- April 15, 2017
$20 to pop in single class
$60 for the whole series
Please reserve in advanced, class space is limited
To register email
No one turned away for lack of funds

Eno Edet' Lincoln Library Closing Reception,
April 15th, 

Exhibition to include new works by Eno with Bookmaking Workshop participants' books in the Lincoln Library

Eno chats with neighborhood kids about making books.

His work as well as those of the workshop participants will be exhibited as an installation of art books, in the "Lincoln Library". The hand made books will be inside and around a gutted Lincoln where people may chill, read and absorb the stories. There will be an artist's reception on March 11th from 2pm-5pm and a closing reception on April 18th from 2pm-5pm.

                  Come by and visit Eno!

                   Art Klub Open Studio and Gallery Hours
                         featuring works by Eno Edet

               March 11 - April 15
                     Thursdays through Sundays, 2pm-5pm