The Art Center of the Ozarks united chefs and artists to collaborate in the group show, "Sensory Iconclasts", with the challenge to explore creativity found in foodie experiences. Méli-Mélo, is a short film, born from the collaboration of Paula Jo Chitty Henry of Crèpes Paulette and filmmaker Sara Segerlin, to explore the mish-mash environment that Crèpes Paulette offers in Bentonville, Arkansas. The film plays off the 1972 song, "Prisencolinensinainciusol" by Adriano Celentano, expressing the hodgepodge of culture and language that comes full CIRCLE at the Madam Poupon food truck; the CIRCLE becomes a major theme of the film---moving between Bentonville's hometown charm, global ambiance, and savory crepes that are served by Crèpes Paulette, owned by Fred and Paula Jo Chitty Henry (crèpespaulette.com). Film by Sara Segerlin (segerlin.tumblr.com).

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