Cajun and Acadian film screenings tomorrow in Arnaudville
Three films documenting Cajun and Acadian experiences will be shown at the Moncton Rock + Acadiana Cri art exhibit. Moncton Rock + Acadiana Cri is a multidisciplinary group exhibit of over 30 artists from Moncton, in New Brunswick and Acadiana. The contemporary show covers many art forms — music, poetry, theatre, literature, painting, musical instrument crafts, graphic design, drawing and video.
The screening will take place Thursday, Nov. 13, at 7 p.m. at Steeple Vue Gallery in Arnaudville. Films by Cajun film makers Pat Mire, Forever My Love, and Eric Breaux, Inside The Music: Cajun Music Today, will be shown as well as the Acadian film L’Acadie, L’Acadie?!?
For more information call Lucius Fontenot at 280-3798. For gallery hours call Betsy Roy at 280-3692.
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