We LOVE first Wednesdays! Our February Downtown Artwalk is coming together in a BIG way. It will roll on Wednesday, Feb. 6 from 5-8 p.m. Here’s a taste of what you will see-

ARTSPACE– 708 Texas- Two exhibits- On the Margins by Ben Moss & Jeormie Journell and Seizing the Light by Tamara Robertson. Music by Twang Darkly, and Theatre School of Dance performances throughout the evening. Also at artspace, artists Kegan Kidd, Lisandra DiLiberto Brown, and Paige Powell. Pick up fun Mardi Gras items at Louisiana Specialty Products and try the ice cream and special Valentine’s treats by Sweetport.

Parish Taceaux– 708 Texas. Stop by PT for some ‘artful’ food and beverage offerings! For the night, they will feature a special General Tso Taceaux and King Cake Daiquiri.  We don’t know what ingredients are in either but they both surely do sound good.

One of the works by Bennie Dotie

Opening Reception -Black History Month Exhibit. Photographer Bennie Dotie. ‘Reflections’ – 40 years of works highlighting historic, cultural, and community events and individuals throughout Shreveport-Bossier.

MARLENE YU MUSEUM/RAINFOREST ART FOUNDATIONDrop by the Marlene Yu Museum at 710 Travis Street to celebrate the most colorful flock of Radiant Birds ever! The reception is the night of artwalk and all are invited to attend.

Magee Resource Group– 2nd Floor, 620 Texas Street. Go up the elevator and exit at a beautiful floor recently rehabbed in one of downtown’s cool historic buildings. Take a tour of the lovely space and see the work of Jason Phipps.

Lofts at 624– 624 Texas St.

A work by artist Robert Trudeau

Bertha Harris
Robert Trudeau
Faith Green
Tobby Smith
Kimberly Gable
Canaan Conque
Paul Russo
Brittani Philips
Kim E. Rogers
Nicola Medley Ballard
Celia Bordelon Carr

A work by Uriah Joseph Oxford

Adam King
Trevor Van Eaton
Deborah Fausto
Maggie Molisee
Lisa Cook Marshall
Uriah Joseph Oxford
Ben Humphrey
Josh Brittian
Readings by Literary Artists
5:30 p.m.- Melissa Fowle
6:45 p.m.- David Love Lewis
7:15 p.m.- Crystalyn Whitaker & Melvin Nelson (idioM)

Robinson Film Center/Abby Singer’s Bistro– 617 Texas Street
Extended Art Walk Happy Hour until 8 p.m. Half-price select apps, $5 select wine and martinis, $4 call.

History in 5 with Liz Swaine and Sketch the City with architect Mischa Farrell- 6:20 p.m.
Location to be Announced.

The Artwalk is free and all ages friendly, and we can pretty much guarantee that you will love it. Check back for updates!

Are you an artist interested in participating in upcoming Downtown Artwalks? Download an artist application here: MS Word or PDF. Fill it out and email it to us at dda@downtownshreveport.com!
Don’t forget to include some great photos of your work!

Want to know what zones are where?
Take a look at the full Downtown Artwalk Zone Map!