Dog Days of Summer - Art Crawls in downtown Ruston

Image Galleries and arts businesses will be participating in downtown Ruston’s Dog Days Art Crawls: June 4th and 18th, and July 9th and 30th. Arts enthusiasts are invited to each location to view work by local artists, enjoy live performances, and more. Participating sites include: Kelly Moore Bag, Makers Union, North Central LA Arts Council at the Dixie Center for the Arts, PAIR Gallery, Studio 301, Pastry Moon with Frame of Mind, Fine Line Art Supply with Stitchville, and Main Street Exchange.

Each location will feature its own art-happening, which will vary by location throughout the summer. Dog Days Art Crawl hours are 7-10pm, and the activities are free of charge.

Here at the Dixie Center for the June dates, NCLAC will be featuring fine woodworking by the Dudgedemona Woodcarving Guild of Jackson Parish. Members of the guild use techniques such as turning and carving to make beautiful art objects for the home.

Across the street at PAIR Gallery, Gallery Director MC Davis has assembled a show titled Local Art at Local Prices, featuring work by many of our region's artists...priced to sell.

Each of the participating locations will be open late, so enjoy these warm Wednesday nights and come out for the Dog Days Art Crawls!


For more information, contact the NCLAC office at, or by phone at (318)255-1450. For more details about activities, contact each location directly.