Art

Herons On The Bayou Statues Join ULM Landscape

Aug 8, 2019
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The University of Louisiana Monroe landscape will soon have two custom-painted heron statues as part of the local Herons on the Bayou public art project. One has already been installed.

Remembering 50 years at the Masur Museum

May 28, 2019
Evelyn Stewart / Masur Museum of Art

Masur Museum is hosting a public reception for the opening of their new exhibit titled "Our Story: Over 50 Years of Collecting at the Masur Museum". On May 30th the reception is from 5:30 to 7:30, with a few words from the Director and Curator at 6:30. The reception is open to the public and refreshments will be served for those in attendance. The exhibit will feature a small portion of the museum's collection, including a few favorites, and will be open for viewing until August 17th.

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The Schepis Museum of Columbia presents Water/Ways: a Smithsonian Exhibit. This exhibit closes on November 10 and is free to the public. Schepis Museum hours are 10 am-5 pm, Monday-Saturday, and 1-5 pm Sunday. The exhibit is sponsored by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, along with the Walton Family Foundation. 

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University of Louisiana Monroe Fall Art Crawl is Thursday, November 1 from 5-7 p.m. The crawl features art from ULM students, faculty, and visiting artists.

According to Dr. Jeffrey Anderson, Assistant Director of the School of Humanities at ULM, the Fall Art Crawl gives ULM students and faculty an opportunity to show off their talents through paintings, sculptures, and other art forms. "I've seen some of the artwork ahead of time, and it's as always very impressive," says Dr. Anderson.

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — A sculptor from Iceland will be at a Louisiana college in the upcoming week to guide visitors through her outdoor sculpture series called Borders. Eleven pairs of life-sized androgynous human figures were installed around Centenary College in Shreveport in early October. They'll remain through the school year. Sculptor Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir (STAY-nin THOHR-ihr-inz-DAH-tihr) will be at Centenary on Friday, Oct. 19, leading a free artist's walk at 5 p.m.

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Louisiana's Supreme Court has thrown out a New Orleans ordinance limiting street art sales to two parts of the French Quarter, saying it violates the right to free speech. The 5-2 ruling came in the case of Lawrence Clark, who was ticketed for showing art for sale in the broad median of a street on the edge of the French Quarter. He and public defender Laura Bixby challenged the ordinance rather than pay the $500 fine.

Jenny Burnham / Masur Museum of the Arts

Masur Museum of Art is inspiring young artists to create and build their skills. The museum is hosting one-day art camps in June and July for ages 5-12. 

"Adventures in Art" is a camp for ages 5-8 which teaches drawing and design skills. Artist Jenny Burnham is leading the camp and guiding campers as they use sculpture, painting, and printmaking to create works of art to take home at the end of the day. The camp is June 4.

ULM Art Major Named NELA Emerging Artist

Apr 14, 2018
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ULM Senior Accie Sullivan received the Dorothy Bassett Emerging Artist Award from the Northeast Louisiana Arts Council. The award encourages artists to keep pursuing their career by helping fund their art. The awards were presented March 1, 2018 at the Northeast Louisiana Arts Awards.

Art is Flying Off the Wall at Masur Museum

Apr 5, 2018
Evelyn Stewart / Masur Museum

The 9th Annual Off the Wall is April 13 from 6-9 p.m. at the Masur Museum of Art.

"Proceeds from Off the Wall support our educational programming, exhibitions, and collections," says Evelyn Stewart, Executive Director of the Masur Museum of Art. Tickets include entrance to the auction, live music, and a chance in the Bon Voyage Trip Raffle.

Spring ULM Art Crawl

Mar 20, 2018
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The ULM Art Crawl is Thursday, March 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. The crawl is a free chance to see the art being made at ULM.

The exhibits on display are composed of oil pieces, acrylic pieces, sculptures, and gathered photos and cultural items. Much of the works are by ULM students and professors, with the exception of some of the pieces. 

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