One state representative is looking to eliminate funding for non-government organizations better known as NGO's.
Representative Dee Richard, of Thibodaux wants to re-direct that state money to fund higher education. Richard is considering a constitutional amendment that would require NGO's to get funding from another source other than state... more »
Acting Up (in Acadiana) announces that its classes begin the week of September 10, 2012. Acting classes are available for students ages 7-adult. Individual acting coaching can be arranged. All activities take place at the Acadiana Center for the Arts located in downtown Lafayette.
All students, regardless of future... more »
Houston Metropolitan Dance will be in Acadiana for a 5 day stretch of events. Performing Thursday, February 10, and Friday, February 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the AcA's James D. Moncus Theater.
During its visit to Acadiana The Houston Met Dance Company will also be involved in Educational and... more »
Construction is complete and were ready to show off the new space!
The Acadiana Center for the Arts is proud to announce the Grand Opening of its new state-of-the-art performing arts theater! Tonight is FREE and open to the public with Cocktails & Hors d'oeuvres Available, tour the building... more »
City council members got a sneak peak of the newest addition to the Acadiana Center for the Arts facility, for now it's wires and drywall, but soon it will be one of only a few integrated arts centers in the United States.
Phillip Gould, secretary for the Acadiana... more »
October Professional Development Workshop
LAFAYETTE, LA - The AcA's Arts In Education Program is hosting Professional Development Workshops to help expand teachers' understanding of the visual and performing arts and help to reinforce classroom curricula. This month's workshops will feature Judy Thibault Klevins talking about the Kennedy Center's approach... more »