The Hilliard Art Museum will once again be hosting the educational event, “Art Talks” on
Thursday, March 25th from 1:00 – 1:30PM. This monthly virtual discussion is led by the education team
at the Hilliard Art Museum, and allows attendees to dig more deeply into a piece from the Hilliard’s
permanent collection. This month’s event will feature the work of Louisiana artist Emily Hamilton
Huger, titled Azalea Time, from 1933.
This event is free, open to the public, and takes place via Zoom. Registration is required for this event,
and guests can find the registration link on Facebook, or HilliardMuseum.org.
About the Hilliard Art Museum
The Hilliard Art Museum operates on the campus of University of Louisiana at Lafayette and was
originally founded in 1964 as the Art Center for Southwest Louisiana. Featuring a state-of-the-art
modern facility that was erected in 2004, the museum houses more than 2,200 objects in its
permanent collection and is the largest art exhibition space between New Orleans and Houston. The
Hilliard Museum serves a wide range of educational and cultural needs by fostering cross-disciplinary
intellectual discourse on campus, and throughout the region. At the core of the Hilliard’s mission is to
collect, preserve, interpret, and exhibit the art of our time, while celebrating the great diversity of