Showcasing the history, culture and art of Vermilion Parish
Photographs, articles and history on the struggles faced by African-Americans as they obtained the right to vote
View the mixed-media art exhibit by the talented and gifted art students of Vermilion Parish
Please check back to see what unique and exciting exhibits are comming
9 artists plus 1 photograph...9 different interpretations!
The Acadien Centre Acadien exhibit features photographs and displays chronicling the saga of Le Grand Deranagement, the expulsion of Acadien families from Nova Scotia in 1755, many of whom settled in Louisiana. This exhibit is in English and French.
Each November, Abbeville celebrates our French heritage with the cooking of the Giant Omelette that contains over 5,000 eggs. View photographs, paintings and other memorabilia on Abbeville's Giant Omelette Celebration, as well as the other French-speaking countries around the word that are part of the Confrerie.
This organization promotes the arts of Vermilion Parish through rotating art exhibits located inside the Cultural Center. The Vermilion Arts Council also hosts "Meet the Artists" as well as sponsors concerts, art programs and other community based art projects
On display are historical photographs, information and artifacts on the history of Vermilion Parish, including the Morgan Effigy. This unique artifact is a carved deer antler found in a Native American Indian mound located in Pecan Island. It is believed to be from the
Coles Creek period (circa 970 AD).
Abbeville Cultural Alliance 200 N. Magdalen Square Abbeville, LA 70510 US
Monday - Saturday: 9am - 4:30pm
Closed on Sundays and most major holidays