Artists & Activists: Celebrating Women Every Day of the Year.

It’s Women’s History Month and while today is no longer March 8, International Women’s Day, we think women deserve to be celebrated and recognized every day for the impact they’ve had on social change. Here are three female artists who have doubled as activists and made waves for conversation and social movement

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ArtBox Artist Profile: Dirk Guidry

ArtBox artist, Dirk Guidry, is working on a new commissioned mural for the recently remodeled Lafayette, Wyndham Garden Hotel on Pinhook. Painting directly on the walls of the hotel’s restaurant, Guidry visually describes a quintessential Louisiana bayou scene in his unique style. We got a chance to sit down with

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27 Views of Hurricane Katrina

Centenarian, Lucille Malczyk, whose works currently lend their chromatic atmospherics to the stark white walls of AcA’s ArtHouse in her exhibition, A Century of Image Making brings with it a captivating story of an injury, Hurricane Katrina, and an experience that is undoubtedly difficult to describe with words. Malczyk’s daughter,

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PLAYing with Geometry

People usually ask what came first when creating a performance? Was it the choreography, music, costumes, set? Well in this interview, we know the Star Tetrahedron that James Wise designed for the set of PLAY came before the project PLAY! Not sure how they finally found one another, but that

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A March lineup with a little for everyone

Here at AcA, we’ve got an exciting March ahead. From visual arts to comedic performances, AcA has something to offer for everyone. Drake Pothier Allstate Insurance Agency Presents: The Second City March 3 — 7:30pm Start your month with hilarity as America’s famed comedy troupe, The Second City, comes to

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