The Creole State Exhibit Education Guide
The Creole State: An Exhibition of Louisiana Folklife is a virtual exhibit featuring the Creole State Collection which has more than 200 artifacts in seven sections. The education guide features over 80 artifacts from the collection that are exhibited in the Louisiana State Capitol in Ackal Hall on the ground floor.
The Creole State Exhibit in the Louisiana State Capitol is provided by Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne and the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. Thanks to Susan Roach and Maida Owens who loaned artifacts from their personal collections.
Click here for the downloadable education guide available for educators to use during field trips to the State Capitol. Below are the seven exhibit cases in the Capitol.
Ritual, Festival & Religion
Decorative Folk Arts