In the Gallery:  Artist Bryant Benoit
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Bryant Benoit's artwork speaks to his Creole heritage and histories of his community through the usage of paint and collage. His paintings include references to local Creole architecture, Black musical history, and communal celebrations. As owner of Bryant Benoit Gallery Indigenous Art, he says of his art, "My perception of my Culture is expressed through my work. I tell stories of love, pain, family and spirituality."

November 12 - December 31

AN ACADIANA CHRISTMAS CAROL Adapted by Alicia Chaisson from "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens 

The story follows the transformation of Etta Scrooge from a disconnected, manipulative profiteer to an empathetic, active participant in the world.  Fueled by the magic of Christmas, Etta Scrooge is visited by ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future who teach the valuable lesson that it is never too late to give and accept love. One way of showing love is to accept responsibility.  This twist on the classic Dickens' tale will appeal to all with its spirit of fun, forgiveness, and generosity. 


AN ACADIANA CHRISTMAS CAROL IS SPONSORED BY:  First Horizon, and Acadian Ambulance, as well as grants from the Lafayette Convention and Visitors Commission's Lafayette Visitor Enterprise Fund and Lafayette Consolidated Government, as administered by the Acadiana Center for the Arts



December 2 - 18

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