Author: Angelia S. Rico

Bob Dylan coming to Municipal, Sweet Cheezus charcuterie and Mardi Gras

We have officially landed in the home stretch of January, Shreveport! With so many exciting things coming in the month ahead with Mardi Gras season in full swing and lots of fun to be had with announcements of concerts, art and food.

Mardi Gras in full swing

Several parades and bals have taken place over the last couple of weeks and in case you weren’t able to make those, you can catch up on what you missed with our roundup! So you don’t continue to miss out on all the fun, check out when the next parades are scheduled

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A Q&A with new Sarasota-area arts leaders about culture, community and the future

Patrons explore an exhibition at Art Center Sarasota.

Patrons explore an exhibition at Art Center Sarasota.

Part of what makes the Sarasota area so vibrant are the many exciting arts and culture opportunities it offers, and the organizations that present them try to maintain that excitement through bold creativity and by looking toward the future. We spoke to a number of arts leaders who are still relatively new in their jobs about what’s in store for the coming months.

Participating are Benny Sato Ambush, artistic director for Venice Theatre; Jeffery Kin, who served 15 years as artistic director of Players Centre for Performing Arts and

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Mosaics are photos formed with small items of stone or glass, referred to as tesserae They can be decorative or purposeful. An artist who designs and … Read More

Art inspired by theatre, literature and music’

Guildhall Art Gallery Presents 'Inspired: Art inspired by theatre, literature and music'

Guildhall Art Gallery is mounting a fascinating new exhibition examining the ways in which visual artists have taken inspiration from the literary arts. Inspired: Art inspired by theatre, literature and music will explore the relationship between poetry, plays, novels and music with the visual arts.

Guildhall Art Gallery, which is owned and managed by the City of London Corporation, is situated on an historic and culturally significant location, Guildhall Yard – the site of London’s Roman Amphitheatre – and houses a nationally important art collection. Established in 1886, visitors can view works of art dating from 1670 to the present

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