Babette Beaullieu, a sculptor and interdisciplinary artist, began her interest in sculpture and the manipulation of space after building large boats. She holds a BFA in sculpture from the University of California in Santa Barbara. Her installations, sculptural work, and collaborative performances have been shown in theaters and museums including the New Orleans Museum of Art, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Diverse Works, Houston, TX, Hilliard University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA, Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, TX. Beaullieu creates interdisciplinary productions with her sister, where they layer film, spoken text, visual art, and vocals with dance choreography based on sensorial memories. These performances contain an element of ritual. Her sculptures deal with personal memory, loss and other transitional topics. Beaullieu has received grants from The National Performance Network Residency, Diverse Works Residency, Brown Grant, and Louisiana Division of the Arts.