July’s artwalk is all about life, liberty and the pursuit of…art, of course! Enjoy the July stroll downtown that will include art and artists, music, history and drawing. Toss in some food, drinks and a cool old building or two, and you’ve got yourself an evening to remember.
This month, go by minicine? at 846 Texas Avenue to see the ‘not and, and so’ exhibit featuring new works in tile, paint, wood, wax, plaster, and sound by Allison West, Jon Mackey, John Martin and Matt Dinkins.
Wander through the beautiful Asian Gardens and see how many cultures you can spot. Sit for a bit and feel the quiet. Then, you’re on your way again to Central ARTSTATION, 801 Crockett, the Fairmont Apartments at 746 Cotton, and the newly-renovated KCS Restaurant in the 800 block of Louisiana. Tour the historic cafe, and while there, hear about downtown’s railroading history and Sketch the City with the AIA-Shreveport.
Artwalk is free and all-ages friendly. We’ll see you downtown on July 5!