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“Spiritus” by Michael Yankowski is shown open and closed
“Spiritus” by Michael Yankowski is shown open and closed
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Yankowski to participate in Art Melt

A wooden sculpture by Michael Yankowski, professor of art at Northwestern Sate University, was accepted into the ninth annual Art Melt juried competition, the largest multi-media juried exhibit in Louisiana. 

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Downtown Shreveport photo by panoramio.com
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Shreveport is a “Model” City: Check Out Downtown

Russian model maker Ilia Shvetsov has never been to downtown Shreveport, but you wouldn't know it. The 27-year-old, who lives in a small town outside St. Petersburg, Russia, has just completed a 1-2,000 scale model of Shreveport's downtown.

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Move Over SXSW…Here Comes DigiFest South!

So...what's it all about?  You can find out here!  I talked with Chris Jay at the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau about it:

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Alice in Wonderland to open Friday

Northwestern State University Theatre and Dance will present an original ballet based on the classic Alice in Wonderland April 20-21 at 7:30 p.m. and April 22 at 2 p.m. in the A.A. Fredericks Auditorium

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Northwestern State University Photographer’s Forum Finalists

NATCHITOCHES – Three Northwestern State University students, Michael Herren, Joey Vercher and Ana Garcia Pascual, have been named finalists in the 32nd annual Photographer’s Forum magazine photography competition for high school and college students

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New Public Art Sculpture Unveiling Set for Next Week

A new piece of art is headed to the Shreveport riverfront. And the City of Shreveport and Shreveport Regional Arts Council will unveil it next week. The public art sculpture, created by Deedee Morrison, is called "Safe Harbor

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NSU Jazz Musicians Performing At Benefit

Northwestern State University’s Department of Fine and Graphic Art will host a fund raising event to benefit a fine arts summer session in New Mexico. Community officials paired with Northwestern State artists to create pieces that will be auctioned at the event, set to begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 24 at the Natchitoches Arts Center, 716 Second St.

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Work by Jeremy Jones, NSU photo
Work by Jeremy Jones, NSU photo
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Exhibit Featuring NSU, LSMSA Students Opens This Week

A pre-apocalypse themed art exhibition featuring artwork by undergraduate students from Northwestern State University and high school students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches opens Wednesday, March 7, at GALLERY ONE EIIIEVEN in the Main Street District of Leesville.

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Qurebes Park PAC Group Offers Hula Hoop And Jewelry Classes

Shreveport Public Assembly & Recreation (SPAR) Querbes Community Center’s Park Advisory Council (PAC), in celebration of Women’s History Month, will offer Moving to the Beat: Making Your Own Hula Hoop & Jewelry on Wednesday, March 14, 2012, from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

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Here's what it's like to be "yarn-bombed"
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So…Who “Yarn-Bombed” NSU?

The "culprits" behind last week's yarn bomb at Northwestern State University have been identified. But nobody's in TROUBLE for the whole thing. Prior to the Mardi Gras break, several crape myrtle trees near Nesom Natatorium were seen covered with crochet, an example of an international trend in which guerilla knitters install their handicraft in public spaces

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