Our Mission is to Uplift and Unite Baton Rouge and Beyond through Creative Expression and Community Engagement and Service.
Our vision is to provide a Safe Space to be Entertained, to Learn, to Heal, and Grow.
We are proud to be in the process of creating Baton Rouge's Premier 100% Solar Powered Sustainable Off Grid Art and Community Space.
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Chez Fab Arts and Community Project is very excited to announce we have 2 new spaces in the works!
Chez Fab is excited for its most ambitius project yet. We are revitalizing a beautiful historical two story church built in 1930. It is located in the heart of Baton Rouge at 800 N. 19th St. The church has served as a touchstone of Baton Rouge's African American community.
Chez Fab hopes to honor this legacy by uniting Baton Rouge and beyond through
Arts, Entertainment, Spirituality, and Hospitality.
This site will will host performances, movie screenings, classes, workshops,film shoots, meetings, as well as healing arts.
1439 Myrtle Walk in South Baton Rouge, a former roofing supply company will serve as art studios and performance space.
Planguage on the Patio - A listening party for the new cd from A BAND NAME HYCKORIII. This was the first event at Wonderground. An outdoor event for folks to enjoy the space, an invitation to not only to witness the transformation, but be part of it. All in all it was a magical evening with live performances, incense, food, and fellowship. click here to see/hear more about A band name hyckoriii
Chez Fab's N . 19th Location Featured on WAFB TV news channel 9 for being included on this years endangered site list from Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation (LTHP) . Every year, the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation (LTHP) puts out a list to bring awareness to dilapidated sites that are at risk of being lost. This year, there are 11 sites across the state that could be rehabilitated based on their history and condition. “Historic buildings and sites are the fingerprints of our communities and it takes creative measures to preserve and protect them for future generations,” said Brian Davis, executive director of the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation. “Strategic partnerships, tax credits and programs like LTHP’s revolving fund can save buildings many people may consider too far gone.”