NUNU Empowerment Through Cultural Advocacy, Creative Thinking, Partnerships and Project Development




    Marketplace Buy local in one of several unique galleries and shops providing tax free shopping on one-of-a kind purchases. Bouki’s...



    Atelier See the creative process in action by chance or appointment by Resident, Visiting and Studio Artists. Resident Creative/Artist-open to...



    Education Expand your knowledge, meet intersting folks and learn a new skill. Leisure and specialty classes and workshops including: arts,...



    Events Meet interesting people at weekly, monthly and annual gatherings and special events. March Wednesdays – 5-6 p.m.,Vinyasa Yoga. Practice...


Arts and Culture Collective 

2017 Gold Addy Award winner for cinematography and video editing by Bill Rodman Production Shoppe. Product of the Atachafalaya National Heritage Area.
1510 Courtableau Road, Arnaudville, LA 70512 
Open 11 a.m.-4 p.m., ThursdaySunday  337-453-3307


Create wind at NUNU

As volunteers at the NUNU Collective, we would like to provide an even more comfortable environment for everyone to gather year round, regardless of how hot or cold it is outside and inside.

Your donation will help to purchase six, energy efficient industrial ceiling fans with a 96″ blade span and pay for  installation. These will be utilized throughout the facility and provide more comfort for those who attend our monthly French gatherings, Arnaudville Potluck house dances, classes, workshops, informative presentations, art openings, international exchanges and more.

And if we raise more than the amount requested, the funds will go towards making the facility more energy efficient including adding an ice-house roof, cellulose insulation, LED lighting and ultimately installing a larger more energy efficient heating/cooling system for the entire building.

The sooner we meet our goal, the sooner we will begin to beat the elements and reduce our environmental footprint.

And remember, although we’re based in a small town, our reach is a global one so we welcome our international and state wide and regional  partners and friends to participate in helping to “Create wind at NUNU.”

And here is more about who we are…

NUNU works on a broad range of fundamental issues including environmental, economic, social and cultural sustainability through the development and consequent leveraging of local, regional and international partnerships. With our partners, we collaborate to promote democracy, human rights, and equality using art and culture as a vehicle to teach and develop a new world diplomacy. Our goal is to aid in the empowerment of youth and adults to become advocates, creative thinkers and problem solvers. We teach the power of cooperation through the concept of Creative Placemaking, not just local, but international, in order to create a mosaic celebrating diversity and those things that unify us.

And remember, you can “be where you at,” at NUNU! – George Marks, director.

To support this endeavor visit: gofundme


All events at NUNU collective unless otherwise noted*.

Participants under the age of 18 should be accompanied by an adult.

Wednesdays – 6-7 p.m., Yoga, and on the last Wednesday of every month,Yoga en français. $13 per class or $50 for five classes.

Thursdays – 6-7:30 p.m., Le Village Gaulois French immersion class. $5 donation per class.
Fridays– 10 a.m.-noon, Les Coudre Points, needlework “en français.”

First Sunday – 1-3 p.m., June 4, Tom’s Fiddle & Bow*, JAMbalaya Acoustic Music Jam. Arnaudville.
Second Thursday – 3-4 p.m., June 8, Demitasse short story club.

Second Saturday – 10 a.m.-3 p.m., June 10, Louisiana Marketshops* in Henderson Sale and Farmers’ Market.
Third Friday – 7 p.m., June 16, Potluck social. Cost is contribution to table. Traditional Cajun music.
Third Sunday – 10:30 a.m.-noon, June 18, Conscious Living Circle; 1-3 p.m., June 18, Music Jam (folk, country, bluegrass, and Cajun music), at La Poste* in downtown Arnaudville; 3-4 p.m., June 18, Drum Circle.
Last Wednesday – 7-9 p.m., June 28, Festival of Words music and open mic at Chicory Coffee Shop* in Grand Coteau.

Last Saturday – 9:30-11:30 a.m., June 24, La Table Française, francophonie gathering; 2-3 p.m., June 24, La Table Creole, Parks Middle School*, off La 347 on Saint Louis Dr, Parks.


Last SundayLa Table Jeunesse, youth francophonie gathering, ages 7-17, returns in September.

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