The Downtown Artwalk RETURNS on a new night. Starting with our March Downtown Artwalk, we’ll be celebrating downtown’s art, architecture, businesses and history each first Thursday, 5-8 pm. Stroll our streets and enjoy performers, food and beverage specials and dozens of artists spread all along the way.

The Downtown Artwalk is back video by ArkLaTex Weekend.

As with all artwalks feel free to start at any of the locations first and make your way around in any order. Stops will include:

214 Texas St.- Norsworthy Gallery– Artists Christine White Bailey, photographer Paul Russo, Ben Humphrey, Isabelle De Joya Vea
220 Travis St.- The Remington Suite Hotel & Spa– Artists Robert E Trudeau, Paige Powell, Jewelry by Adam King, Whitney Tates. Caricatures by Hannah Roark
509 Market- The Standard 509 Artists Caitlin Lindsay Rose, Andrea Brown, Syreeta Johnson. Apartment tours. The Hot Dawg Hut outside with Street Dance by Andronicus ClownthaDancer Scott
421 Market- Old Dees Photo Building- Artists Julia Raring Fine Art, Deborah Fausto, Betsey Levels, D M D Treasures, the No Nonsense Witch – Jade Thornton, Street Theater by Ray Sprague. History in 5 is at 6:20 pm and Sketch the City with Mischa Farrell Architect, LLC at 6:30 pm.
525 Spring St.- Spring Street Museum. Artists Karen La Beau and Marijo Brown. Find out about the history of Shreveport!
520 Spring St.- Multicultural Center of the South. Downtown Shreveport Unlimited will be set up with cool glass ball ornaments and prints by artist Lauren Ross Simmons. Learn about the many cultures that make up our region’s melting pot.
520 Spring St.- The Gathering Place– the region’s newest folk art store.
424 Texas St.- Shreve Memorial Library– Poetry and Spoken Word, Artists Maggie Molisee, Connie Helaire Eaton, Barbara Coleman. Bring the kids! Crafts to make and take.
417 Texas St.- Noble Savage Tavern– art of Hillary Frazier, post hang-out party with live music by DIRTY REDD BAND and drink specials! (21 and older only at this location, please.) Remember that artwalk is free to attend and most stops are open to all ages. On street parking is FREE after 5 pm.