Shreveport House Concert Series Expands

For ten years and counting, Fairfield Studios has been hosting the Shreveport House Concert Series. These concerts have provided a unique music experience that features intimate performances from singer-songwriters. Just recently they received a nonprofit status, which will help them expand the series. With the change, they plan on doing a home grown series that…

Elaborate puppet show staged in gritty garage draws crowds for melancholy tale: Milissa Orzolek’s “What keeps us”

Milissa Orzolek presented artful and melancholy puppet performances in a garage in the King’s Hwy rust belt on Friday, August 8. A puppeteer who has worked with Arthur Mintz and Theresa Andersson on a movie and who toiled with Wayne White on the UnScene parade puppets, she and her cohort of 10 – abandoned ships –…

Tinker, tailor, soldier, spy: on the relevance of the “Conversations on Criticism” symposium Aug 6 – 9 at Artspace Shreveport

Students, teachers, businessmen, scientists and spies: all should be aware of the importance of the symposium being funded by Shreveport Regional Arts Council on Aug. 6 - 9. It is “Conversations On Criticism: the future of intelligent writing on the arts.” For a moment, drop the word “arts.” Is this not a symposium applicable to all who care…

Media explosion: the faces of Shreveport-Bossier-global artist Stephanie Fernandez

Stephanie Fernandez is the girl of a thousand faces. The art created by the 19 year-old painter, photographer, and videographer is powerful enough to have won praise from buzzfeed.com, Good Morning America, the Huffington Post, and other global media ports. Her fame has been won with faces transformed by color and line into otherworldly figures….

PERMACULTURE: NOW AND FOREVER

Permaculture is a design system that offers sustainable solutions that utilize passive technology to maximize food and resource production or the development of agricultural ecosystems intended to be sustainable and self-sufficient… but Josh Fast and Lydia Thomas believe it is much more than that. They believe it is a necessary humanitarian effort to achieve affordable food,…

SBC Photographer’s work to show in Times Square

As part of #SeeMeTakeover, local Photographer Casey Habich of Casey Habich Photo & Design will have an original photograph displayed in Times Square on Thursday, July 24, 8 p.m. Featured on billboards located at 46th St. and Broadway in the heart of NYC, the photo depicts Arthur Teague Parkway south of the Jimmy Davis bridge near the Red River National…

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