We’ll be opening early (11 am), and we’ll be celebrating local “independents” on this Independence Day – with independent music, food, and beer...all from right here in Shreveport. We’ll also have a pop-up shops from Day Old Blues Records, Paige Powell and Pelican Parish Supply Co..
The live music and entertainment schedule is as follows
12 - Ben Marshal
2 - The Savage Trio (members of Rella)
4 - Hot Dog Eating Contest
5 - Shayliff
7 - Logan & The Legendaries
Don't miss our Hot Dog Eating Contest at 4 PM. If you want to participate, email firstname.lastname@example.org. First come, first served.
There will be a special menu from Southern Fork Catering and lots of Great Raft beer.
There are a lot of awesome reasons to celebrate our “Independents” in Shreveport – so plan ahead and come party with us.
Join The Meadows Museum of Art, The R.W. Norton Art Gallery, and The Louisiana State Exhibit Museum for the first Midsummer Museum Crawl. Each location will feature visual art, a curated culinary experience, signature cocktails, and live music! Must be 21 or older to attend. Every thirty minutes, trolleys will rotate between venues to shuttle guests to the next location. $35 for a single ticket or $60 for a couple's ticket.
Most Artists “live their work,” but we all need balance in our lives—a LITTLE SPACE or separation between work and all the rest. An Artists’ studio is where the magic happens--the conjuring place for new Art. This Summer, the Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC) has awarded six artists another opportunity to create their own studio space in artspace to create, work, demonstrate and SELL their art to the public.
featuring: John Daniel • Kirsi-Marja Hardy • Madeline Marak • Paige Powell • Sherry Tamburo • Mike Torma
May 31 - August 11, 2018
Experience artists as they work in a collaborative, yet individual setting, in artspace to both demonstrate and experience how working in a downtown artist studio environment can be.
Thursday, May 31
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Tunes by Twang Darkly
Cool nibbles & cash bar
PLAYFUL MEETS SURREAL AT DOWNTOWN SHREVEPORT ART SHOW
FAUXTOGRAPHY: An Exhibit of Works by Paige Powell, will be held at minicine? at 846 Texas Street in downtown Shreveport Wednesday, May 2 from 5PM until 8PM. Guests will enjoy music from Jesse Rawlinson, Jeremy Hayes, and Jerry Lee ll, and refreshments from Go Greenly and Lyon’s Pride Coffee.
Fauxtography is a free event featuring the artist’s 318 Collages and The Couch Series. With a background in advertising and graphic design, Powell’s work combines playful, bold color with a humorous nod to the absurd. Her 318 Collages mix Shreveport landmarks with vintage and modern cultural elements for a surreal look at her hometown. In her Couch Series, Powell experiments with stunning color saturations and whimsical personalities to create story book portraits.
Central Station is Shreveport's Largest Alternative Lifestyle Multi-Venue Bar/Night Club!
Offering a Country Bar, Dance Club, Video Lounge & Show Bar!
When you're cooling down from the dance floor, grab a cold drink and check out prints of Paige Powell's original art, graphic bags and felt jewelry!
Need Last minute Easter gifts? I'll be set up at Chemistry Hair Salon from 10 am to 4 pm, Friday, March 30th. I'll have prints of my newest collages, 3 different size graphic carrying bags, and felt bead necklaces & bracelets! Get a cool print for him, and a necklace and bag for her! Shop Local and support Local Art while checking out Chemistry Salon's great hair products. Or book a hair treatment! It's sure to be a GOOD Friday, anyway you slice it!
Critical MASS returns with over 150 entries of Visual and Literary art in our annual exhibition. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Critical Mass 6 combines critique, creativity and community building through an explosion of art, entertainment and literature. Nowhere will artistic energy be greater March 2 through May 5, 2018 than on two full floors of artspace in downtown Shreveport when Critical Mass 6 debuts with art from almost 150 visual and literary artists from across Northwest Louisiana (NWLA).