It’s our 20th year: December 1-2, 2017
Each year NCLAC strives to make downtown Ruston more lively for this early winter weekend. The event is an economic booster for visual and performing artists as they perform and sell their works amidst holiday shoppers.
These Artists will be exhibiting and or performing at these locations:
Christiane Drieling at Amberleys Aveda Concept Salon – 206 W. Mississippi, Nicole Duet at Blue Sky Yoga – – 212 W. Mississippi, Bonnie Ferguson at Chartrese Pear – the Carriage Way – 210 W. Park, Dorene Kordal at Chartreuse Pear – 210 W. Park, Shawn Hood at Cotton Top Print Shop – 118 W. Park, Dean Dablow at Durrett Law & Title – 202 N. Vienna, Bette Kaufman at Embellishments – 104 N. Vienna , Toni Pederson and Julie Crews at Fine Line Supply Co. – 207 N. Trenton, Martin Graham Meyers at Fox Hunt Creative Co, LLC – 109 W. Mississippi, Amy Crittenden at Garden Baby – 200 N. Vienna, Jim Huckabay at Main Street Exchange – 122 Trenton, Jeanne Teague at Patton’s Downtown – 126 W. Park, Jake Dugard at Railway Coffee – 202 W. Mississippi, Performing Artists at Re/Max Results Realty – 201 N. Trenton, Shannan Inman at Sue Paperie – 112 W. Park, Rabbett Run, Todd Cloe and Todd Maggio at Sundown Tavern – 111 E. Park, Jack Gates at The Fashion of Ruston – 208 W. Park, Emily Welch at Townsend House Gifts – 410 N. Bonner, Ron Atwood and Liz Zanca at Trenton Interiors & Company – 111 N. Trenton, Zack Hannibal and Whitney Caskey at University Ink Tattoo – 209 W. Mississippi, Anne Marie Jackson at Uptown Downtown – 94 S. Vienna, Linda Dwyer at Vintage and Vogue – 103 N. Trenton, Karen Armstrong, Linda Snyder-Ward, Mary Jane Van Zandt, Noula Rodakis, Annie Richardson, Nan Cole, Steve Cole and Catherine McVea at 210 Studio (WAG Studio) – 210 W. Alabama, Amanda Roe, Zeppy Cheng, and Chris Seaman at Studio 203 – 203 W. Alabama, Jan Thibault at Ponchatoula’s – 109 E. Park, HAT Group Exhibition at Ruston Artisans – 203 W. Alabama
Hooshang Khorasani at his studio – 1001 Cedar Creek Road in Ruston
M Douglas Walton at his studio – 150 Encounter Point in Ruston
Lady Chops presents Buckets, Beats and Sleigh Bells, at RE/MAX Results Realty from 5:30-6:30
Bella Bleu sings women’s a cappella four-part harmony at Uptown Downtown from 6:30-7:30
Dr. Cain Budds on classical guitar at Durrett Law and Title from 7:30-8:30
Sprout Hour with Christiane Drieling, April Honaker, and Catherine McVea – children’s art projects at the Historic Fire Station 10-11am
Holiday Art Brawl with Deana Revels, Amanda Roe, Liz Zanca, Kaye Dillard, Victoria Neblett, Julie Crews, and Molly Engen – live-action painting event at the Historic Fire Station 10-11am; guests encouraged to vote on their favorite work created by dropping dollars into voting buckets
Ouachita Strummers, a mountain dulcimer ensemble, at Fine Line Supply 11am-noon
Tech Theatre Players with entertaining street theatre at RE/MAX Results Realty noon-2pm
James Waller on marimba in the Carriage Way beside The Fashion of Ruston, 1-2pm
Amy Crittenden on the flute at Garden Baby, 2-3pm
Untouchables, with R&B, country and jazz at Sundown Tavern from 5:30-7:30pm
Shannan Inman, calligraphy demonstration at Sue Paperie 1-2pm
Todd Cloe, woodcarving rings and sculpture at Sundown Tavern 2-3pm
Todd Maggio, screen printing at Sundown Tavern 2-3pm
Holiday Arts Tour is made possible through the sponsorship of Fine Line Supply, as well as through a grant from the Louisiana Division
of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council and administered by the Shreveport Regional Arts Council.
Check out photos from last year’s event, as well as stay up to date for HAT 2017, through this link.
Holiday Arts Tour is Almost Here– Dec. 1 and 2! November 20, 2017 - The first weekend of December is a special time for NCLAC with the 2017 Holiday Arts Tour. This is our 20th year! There will be 25 locations in downtown Ruston highlighting 38 artists, plus 2 private studios around town showcasing the artists who work there. We refer to Holiday Arts Tour as “HAT,” and let me ...