Along with learning about the role  homemade instruments in the early days of Louisiana's music scene, participants also will get to build their own instrument. According to CCET's press release:

Dr. Michael Martin and Dan Adams will discuss the origins and process of building various instruments, and then lead the audience in a hands-on demonstration. We'll have some supplies available, but feel free to bring your own supplies to create a cigar-box fiddle! Some found objects you might use to construct an instrument include: cigar boxes, wire or window screen, wooden dowels and mason jars.

Tuesday's free workshop will be held at the Vermilionville Performance Center from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

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