April 12, 2017 03:45 PM

Join the Hilliard Museum and Festival International de Louisiane as they celebrate the festival season with Tattooed Walls, and join IND Media to celebrate the official launch of our latest publication, The Current.

Sit back and watch an all-star lineup of Acadiana visual artists for Tattooed Walls as they conduct a light projection drawing concert by creating temporary works of art on the façade of the Hilliard Museum with local musicians and DJ's.

Artists include David Alpha, Lynda Frese, Olivia Perillo, Emee Morgan, Kelly Russo and others. The event will take place in the parking lot behind 804 and 806 East Saint Mary Drive from 7-9 p.m.

Street and lot parking are available in the oil center. The Hilliard Museum will have free admission and remain open throughout the event.

Guests can bring their own lawn chair to relax, purchase dinner from Blanchard’s BBQ and Olympic Grove, and explore the museum’s exhibits for a night of family friendly fun. BYOB, but no glass please.

For more details on Tattooed Walls, visit HilliardMuseum.org or find the event page on Facebook. The inaugural issue of The Current is on stands now and available online at TheCurrentLA.com.

Event:
Wednesday, Apr 12
Place:
Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum
710 E. Saint Mary Blvd., Lafayette,
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ICYMI:

Introducing The Current