ABOUT

The Imperial Calcasieu Museum was founded in 1963 and has been serving the five parish area of Calcasieu, Cameron, Beauregard, Allen, and Jeff Davis in Southwest Louisiana for 53 years. The Museum is open 12 months of the year and offers a minimum of 36 weeks of cultural/visual arts programming of its own design and coordinates with other cultural and community organizations to support their programs/projects

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Imperial Calcasieu Museum is the central core for the exploration and transmission of the unique and diverse Southwest Louisiana culture on three platforms: Physical sites for exhibitions and demonstrations; an archive of artifacts from which explorations of history, culture, and folkways will be curated and interpreted, and virtual outreach to deliver programming beyond the Museum walls.

PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS OF THE IMPERIAL CALCASIEU MUSEUM ARE SPONSORED IN PART BY

Supported By members of the

SALLIER SOCIETY

Supported by a SWLA Convention & Visitors Bureau Tourism Marketing Grant from the Lake Charles/SWLA Convention & Visitors Bureau as administered by the Arts Council of SWLA.

Funding for the Louisiana Culture Care Fund grants has been provided by the Nation Endowment for the Humanities and administered by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities as part of the Corona Virus Aid, Relief, Economic Security Act economic stabilization plan.