Theatre + Art

Free Sunday Admissions for LA Residents All Month!

  NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The CAC is excited to partner with The Helis Foundation for ART & A/C, inviting you to escape the summer heat and experience New Orleans arts institutions for FREE! Through the month of July,…

Art: Art Out of Chaos

  Shutdowns, quarantines, masks, vaccines, hope. While Louisianians and the world deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, artist Kathryn Keller is in the right place — the peace and solitude of her…

GRITS Web Series & Hoodoo House TV

BATON ROUGE, La (press release) – Hoodoo House TV presents GRITS, a new web series and the first installment in a series of original stories from Hoodoo House TV. Directed, produced, and written by Greg Williams Jr, GRITS follows the…

Louisiana Launch set for TV5MONDEplus

LOS ANGELES (press release) – TV5MONDE USA, America’s only 24/7 French language general entertainment network, today announced it will be launching a major new streaming offering – TV5MONDEplus – to meet the growing demand of U.S. subscribers wanting to access its…

2020-2021 Louisiana Young Readers' Choice Winners Announced

BATON ROUGE, La (press release) – The State Library of Louisiana is excited to announce the winners of the 2020-2021 Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Awards. Louisiana’s young people have read more than 1.3 million books and cast over 411,000 votes…

International Virtual Residency Begins in Louisiana

RUSTON, La (press release) – The Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation (RLCF) and the North Central Louisiana Arts Council (NCLAC) have partnered again to organize the 2021 North Louisiana Virtual Residency. This year’s residency started on February 8th and lasts eight…

LSU MOA Zoom Event, Aug. 23

BATON ROUGE, La (press release) – LAST CALL TO VIEW CONSPICUOUS CONVERSATION featuring artists April Hammock, Ross Jahnke, and Brian Kelly Sunday, August 23 // 2:00-2:30 p.m. on Zoom Join us for a 'last call to view' conversation on LSU…

Where Writers Lived in Louisiana

So many of the nation’s finest writers have called Louisiana home, and I love visiting the places where they wrote, lived and placed their characters. Take James Lee Burke, who grew up in New Iberia and sets his award-winning mystery…

2018 Louisiana Book Festival

It’s been 15 years since the inauguration of the Louisiana Book Festival and I have attended all but two events and can honestly say I’ve loved every minute. The annual fall festival gathers together dozens and dozens of authors celebrating…

October in Alexandria

  October is an illuminating, artistic affair in downtown Alexandria. First up, the annual Fall Arts Council of Central Louisiana ArtWalk will be from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, with music, dance, visual artists and more than…

First Impressions

Leslie Graham and Ryan Howell master the art of letterpress in Alexandria

Beats on the Bayou

Steve and Cezanne Nails’ Dockside Studio in Maurice is a creative haven for recording artists