The Opelousas and Attakapas District Brand Books, Collection 144 from the University Archives and Acadiana Manuscrip
The November exhibit showcases student and faculty projects from the UL Lafayette School of Architecture and Design and Society of Minority Architect Students. It features work done by the school for the community, including the building of the Lafayette Strong Pavilion and a proposal for the I-49 extension through Lafayette. The display emphasizes sustainability and community design, housing, women and minorities in architecture, and the relationship with the natural world. Items include graphic designs, small models, books, posters and other media. The exhibit was partially funded by the Friends of the Humanities and curated by Sheryl Curry, Asst. Dean for Technical Services at Dupré Library.