NCLAC Calendar

september, 2014

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Art Exhibit by Nina Stephens at the Dixie Center for the Arts

20 - 27

NCLAC Art Gallery Showing: Maggie Jones Boudreaux

15 - 14

Visiting Artist Exhibit by Michael Petry at LA Tech

15 - 14

Visiting Artist Exhibit by Cig Harvey at LA Tech

18

Members' Reception & Artist Talk at the Masur

19

Fall Crawl

19 - 21

M. Douglas Walton Class: Combinations

19

Community Art Project & Studio Practices Lecture at the Masur

20 - 4

LPB Art & Travel Online Auction Open

21

Guitar, Flute & Cello Recital at Louisiana Tech University

26 - 27

Dubach Chicken Festival!

26 - 17

Saul Zalesch Ephemera Exhibition

27

DCA Presents: Chinese Acrobats

30 - 3

GSU Theatre Presents: The Shadow Box

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Ruston Fall Crawl on Friday, September 19

Downtown Ruston will be a buzz with artists, musicians, and maybe even a few poets as a coalition of creative-minded business host them for this not to be missed fun night on the town!

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Holiday Arts Tour is Right Around the Corner

Artists who would like to sell their artwork or crafts in downtown Ruston during the weekend of the Tour have until September 22 to apply.

Click here to learn more.

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Don’t Forget About ARToberfest!

We will be sampling original and local beers made by area home brewers at the Norton Building this year, as well as many other regional beers provided by Marsala Beverage. We will also enjoy the cuisine of local food trucks and the tunes of local musicians. What better way to celebrate supporting the arts with friends?

Tickets go on sale September 15.

They can be purchased at the Dixie Center for the Arts and Fine Line Art Supply/Stitchville in downtown Ruston.

Click here to learn more.

 

 

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NCLAC’s Misson Statement:

The North Central Louisiana Arts Council, believing that the visual, performing and literary arts are a necessary enhancement for all individuals, seeks to enrich the region by fostering opportunities for creative expression; to establish a strong presence of the arts wherein the artists, arts organizations and community can thrive; and to share our diverse cultural heritage, celebrating not just who we are, but what we can become. The North Central Louisiana Arts Council serves the five parishes of Lincoln, Bienville, Claiborne, Jackson, and Union.

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NonprofitGrantStatements_72dpiColorImageNCLAC is supported by its Members, and a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, and administered by Shreveport Regional Arts Council. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts. 

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