The North Central Louisiana Arts Council announces a new exhibition by the artist Nina Stephens. Receptions will be held during the Dog Days of Summer events on from 7-10 p.m. July 30 at the Dixie Center for the Arts.
Stephens was born in Delhi, but spent most of her life in Natchez, Mississippi. Upon moving back to Northeast Louisiana Stephens pursued her passion for painting and began to make a collection of work.
As part of the North Central Louisiana Arts Council’s (NCLAC) Holiday Arts Tour, there will be a poetry Round Robin Reading. This event is free to the public at 6 p.m. on Nov. 22 located at Pastry Moon, 203 W. Alabama Ave. Suite 2. The poets featured are Veronica Schuder, Genaro Smith, April Honaker, and Errol Miller.
Schuder is an instructor of English at Louisiana Tech University, she will read a sequence of her poems about the human condition, grounded in the personal perspective: wife, mother, woman and person.
Come dine, dance and support the arts with us this February.
The Ruston Civic Symphony Society’s Annual Mardi Gras Ball has been a highlight of the North Central Louisiana Mardi Gras scene for a long time. This year it is reinventing itself as the four other arts-affiliated nonprofits that call Ruston’s Dixie Center for the Arts home join with RCSS to host the 15th Annual Krewe of Allegro Mardi Gras Ball and Silent Auction.
The Dixie Center for the Arts has quite the gospel celebration in store for Sunday.
Join them for the Gospel Celebration Concert at 2 p.m. Praise and worship music will be with Sanctuary Quartet with gospel favorites performed by Brenda Wimberly and Dustin Johnson. Emcee for the night will be The Peach 99.3’s Rick Godley.