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10:32am

Fri September 12, 2014
Arts

Monroe artist creates quirky illustrations depicting Beatles' tunes

"All I've Got To Do," is one of 14 illustrations created by Enoch Doyle Jeter in 2013.
Credit Enoch Doyle Jeter

Centenary College’s Meadows Museum of Art will open a Beatles exhibition Saturday featuring illustrations by Enoch Doyle Jeter.

Jeter is artist-in-residence at the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s School of Visual and Performing Arts.

The 14 prints interpret every song on the “With the Beatles” album. They’re featured in the new John Lennon biography “She Loves You.” Jeter says he was given a lot of latitude by the author, Jude Southerland Kessler.

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8:47am

Wed September 10, 2014
Arts

Northwestern State art instructors seek 45-second videos

Credit Northwestern State University

Northwestern State University’s art department is organizing its first 45-second video art show. The video submissions must be 45 seconds or less, and the competition is open to anyone 18 or older. NSU instructor Corbin Covher collaborated with his colleagues in an effort to bring more video art to the region.

“A lot of video work becomes abstract and artistic, and it’s not something that they’re used to. They’re used to video work being movies and show format, not necessarily an artistic expression,” Covher said.

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8:46am

Tue September 9, 2014
Arts

Video Game Jam in Shreveport/Bossier seeks gamers for marathon coding fun

Credit Mollie Corbett for DigiFest

Gaming enthusiasts will have two days to design a video game as part of the DigiFest South Game Jam that begins Friday at Cohab in Shreveport.

Teams will have one weekend to complete all coding and content as part of the competition. LSU Shreveport computer science and English instructor Jon Baarsch teaches a course about storytelling in video games and drawing connections to traditional literary works.

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11:32am

Thu September 4, 2014
Arts

'Dr. Blood' returns to his Shreveport haunts

Credit Shreveport Regional Arts Council

No bother the summer-like heat, artspace in downtown Shreveport is preparing for Halloween and bone-chilling artscare events with a new exhibition featuring the return home of Dr. Blood.

The handiwork of Shreveport native Drew Hunter, Dr. Blood debuted at the Louisiana State Fair in 1975 as the host of a haunted house that had a 10-year run at the fair.

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9:00am

Wed August 13, 2014
Arts

Louisiana Film Prize pared down to 20 finalists

Filmmakers and fans packed the Robinson Film Center Tuesday to learn what short films made the cut for the Louisiana Film Prize in October.
Credit Robinson Film Center Facebook

Organizers of the Louisiana Film Prize narrowed the field of films vying for the $50,000 prize to 20 finalists during an event Tuesday evening at the Robinson Film Center in Shreveport. The contest is in its third year.

The filmmakers had to shoot their short film in northwest Louisiana to be eligible. Louisiana Film Prize creator Gregory Kallenberg thanked the filmmakers for entering their work.

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