Latino Legacy and the Lafayette Swimming Pool: A glimpse into Lafayette History
An exhibition uncovering a difficult moment in Lafayette's history and the emergence of a heroic leader of our Latino community. Shown in conjunction with the Latinos of Lafayette Photo Exhibit. Shown at the Collective September 4-November 8, 2020.
The staff at The Collective are pleased to welcome people back to The Collective. Please follow our safety precautions.
COVID Safety Precautions:
Masks or face coverings must be worn at all times when inside the Collective Community Arts Center.
Use free hand sanitizer upon your arrival.
Enter the Public Rd. entrance.
Only 8 visitors will be permitted inside.
Maintain six(6) feet (about 2 meters) of social distance between yourself and others.
Masks and gloves will be available upon request.
Art & Culture at HOME
Please visit our Activities Page for Art & Culture to access while SAFE at HOME.
Historic neon sign replica installed at The Collective
December marked the latest historic pursuit in Old Town with the installation of an updated version of an iconic neon sign that once hung at 201 N. Public Road. Efforts to further recapture the full impact of the building’s historic façade by incorporating a replica of the “Coors on Tap” neon sign came to fruition this winter. The Lafayette Urban Renewal Authority commissioned the reproduction sign with a twist, one that incorporated the words “Arts on Tap” to creatively promote the new community arts center.
The Collective Community Arts Center blends the City's commitment to honoring Lafayette's past while moving into the future. The Collective houses the Arts and Cultural Resources Department.
At The Collective, visitors engage in the arts through various exhibits, historic displays, networking opportunities, arts business development, social themes, lectures, film series, and other arts & culture programs. Visitors come together to express and celebrate the community's identity through art.