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The Artspace in Shreveport hosts various events throughout the year. The gallery offers an opportunity for the public to view and vote on their favorite artists at selected events. There is also an educational component to this venue, with discussions scheduled periodically and a chance...More
Our visit to ‘Artspace’ was very enjoyable & the staff are very friendly. We saw the James Burton ‘Art of the Guitar’ exhibition & it was amazing! We enjoyed our lunch at the in house restaurant & highly recommended!
ARTSPACE on Texas St, Shreveport, Louisiana is a lovely venue & their current 'Art of the Guitar' exhibition featuring the guitar collection & celebrating the career of the great musician James Burton is simply superb (takes your breath away). The staff are very friendly and...More
We were amazed by the Creole Indian Madi Gras costumes, they were so incredibly intricate and detailed and BIG!! They don't charge admission, just donations. We were really glad we went. Items in the gift shop were all hand made and reasonably priced.
A wonderful art gallery and public space in the heart of downtown Shreveport. Shows rotate on a regular basis and have included works from some of the biggest names in contemporary art. Plus they have tacos, and you know you want tacos.
Artspace is a large gallery in downtown Shreveport that has regularly rotating exhibits. People especially gather for gallery receptions and other special events that they host. They also have a small space dedicated to selling wares of local artists and artisans. It's a laid back...More
It is hard to imagine that inside a former Montgomery Ward Department Store building is a putt-putt golf course, an homage to a musical icon, a riverboat that once charted a course down the Red River, a fancy fox complete with hidden dens, a giant...More
Visited recently on a Friday evening to see the heavy metal band on the main floor. The third floor hosted a reception for an innovative mathematical art display with some hands on activities. They also had a nice exhibit on Stan Lewis, owner of the...More