Boxed Art Unveiling featuring artwork by Local artist Jerome Ford


The first vinyl wrapped Boxed Art for the city was unveiled on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. The art themed box is located at the intersection of Wallior and Landry and Vine Streets and features artwork by local artist Jerome Ford. This was the first of twelve (12) boxes targeted for installation as part of the Boxed Art project, one of the scheduled activities in conjunction with Celebrate Opelousas 300. The concept behind the project is to transform ordinary metal traffic boxes into creative canvases. Furthermore, Boxed Art is meant to enhance and enliven community space while showcasing the talent of artists in the area





If you are interested in contributing to the project please read the Boxed Art project's description, terms, and template below:


Project Description


Eligibility, Design Criteria, Selection, Installation, & Copyright



Terms of Agreement


Boxed Art Template












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Project Staff & Consultants

Melanie Lee-Lebouef

Amisha Thibeaux

Kaia Winfrey

Jennifer Ritter Guidry

Carola L. Hartley

Sarah Sterling

Julia Fontenot

Jameelah Pickens

Brad Chavis

Herman Fuselier

Project Contributors

Etha Amling, Cabbot Ballard, Laura Barber, Doris Barrow, Alton Broussard, Ronald Carrier, Lena Charles, Joe Citizen, Marty Cosgrove, Lucius Doucet, Patrick Fontenot, Herman Fuselier, Wesley Guidroz, Carola Hartley, Rebecca Henry, Eva Iford, Florella Inhern, Slyvia and Charles Morel, Bob Morrison, Estelle Perrault, Charles Renaud, Lee T Roberts, Seth Robin, Martin Roy, Jr., Paul Scott, Anthony Standberry, Goldman Thibodeaux, Susan and Joe Urban 

Special Thanks to the University of Louisiana Division of Archives

*Funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services

OPL2020

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