Art Crawl

http://www.ulm.edu/art/

The College of Arts, Education, and Sciences at the University of Louisiana Monroe along with the International Student Services is hosting this year's Fall Art Crawl Thursday, October 12th. The crawl will take place from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. across serveral campus galleries and studios.

Downtown Gallery Crawl Facebook

Thursday, February 2nd the Downtown Gallery Crawl is starting back up for the new year. From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.  downtown Monroe and West Monroe will be open for those searching for artwork and a good time. 

This month's crawl will include ten galleries across the Monroe and West Monroe area. The Big Room Gallery and the Upstairs Gallery are collaborating to display artwork from some of Louisiana Tech's art students. Other galleries in the crawl include, the Outside Gallery, the Palace Gallery, and the Arender Gallery. 

Joli Livaudais

The time has come again for the Downtown Gallery Crawl. This month's crawl is featuring ten galleries spread across Monroe and West Monroe, and it is taking place Thursday, December 1st from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. with a holiday style.

As always the Gallery Crawl will include music, food, and drinks.  This crawl will also include four motorized carts to bring crawlers to and from the different galleries.

Art Crawl at ULM Brings New Voices

Feb 19, 2016
ULM CAES

The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Spring Art Crawl brings together the works of students, faculty and local artists.

Arely Castillo, coordinator of marketing for the ULM College of Arts, Education and Sciences explains that following the success of last year’s event, the college decided to expand the event. This year it begins at 5:00 Thursday February 17, and features even more galleries and exhibits.

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Hannah Spence

Student artists from Louisiana Tech University showcase their work at the upcoming Downtown Gallery Crawl, Friday, February 4th.

The exhibition, entitled We Can Do What We Want, features works from Louisiana Tech's senior art students.

"What gives us common ground is that we're all still trying to discover who we are as artists. This show is a showcase of where we all are in this process," says Studio Arts student Lauren Eubanks.