La Asociación Española de Nueva Iberia

                                      New Iberia, Louisiana                                          

                                                                                                                                                                                                                

El Festival Español de Nueva Iberia  

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2020 Poster Unveiling Ceremony 

"Taste of Spain on the Teche" 

Celebrating Nueva Iberia with Food, Music, Culture & More! 

DATE & TIME: To Be Announced! 

A Spot for Tea

108 E. Main Street, Downtown New Iberia, LA 

COMING SOON! 

2019 Poster Unveiling Ceremony 

"Happy 240th Birthday Nueva Iberia" 

1779-2019

Thursday, March 28th 2019 

Preservation's 

2018 Poster Unveiling Ceremony 

"Spain Alive" 

Thursday, April 26th 2018 * 6:30pm

Clementine's On Main 


2018 Festival Poster

The artist of this year's poster, Troy LeLeux, will be on hand to sign his art work.  Troy did an exceptional job of making our festival theme, "Spain Alive", represent all that is alive in our Spanish heritage and culture here in New Iberia.           Signed posters by Troy will be available for purchase.

2016 Poster Unveiling 

"Remembering Francisco Bouligny" 

Special Thanks

2016 Artist 

Ms. Susan Nugent Clark 

This year's poster is very special as it was designed by local artist Susan Nugent Clark who has been an artist most of her adult life and has a degree from USL in Art Education. She has taught art in both the public and private schools in the area for the last 40 years. Her paintings have won many honors including a Sugarcane Festival Poster and a commemorative poster for the Shell Oil in Houston. Susan is very grateful to have been asked to create the artwork for this year's Spanish Festival since her ancestry includes the Segura family from Malaga, Spain. Susan has done a tremendous amount of research on this year's theme, "Remembering Francisco Bouligny" and has done an exceptional job of portraying the arrival of the 16 Spanish families led by Bouligny, first to Charenton near the Chitimacha Nation and then down the Bayou Teche to present day New Iberia to establish the colony of "Nueva Iberia" in April 1779. 


2015 Poster Unveiling 

"Celebrating Spanish Painters and their Works" 

Special Thanks

2015 Poster Designer

Ms. Jane Braud