Bossier Arts Council’s Big Plans for 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped the Bossier Arts Council from revealing a wealth of artistic treasures in their East Bank Gallery and Theatre, the Emerging Artist Gallery and at the East Bank District Plaza. 2021 looks to be a good year for the Bossier Arts Council as they strive to showcase the excellence of area artists.

Bossier Arts Council 2021
A lot of fun coming soon to Bossier City!

February 1 – March 31

The Intern Show – Over the years, the Bossier Arts Council hosted several interns. They’ve moved on to become artists, teachers, media consultants and more. For two months, they return to show off their latest works in the Emerging Artist Gallery.

The Artworks of Cathy Cobb – In the East Bank Gallery, see the colorful creations of Cathy. Her bright, almost stained glass compositions hold a deeper universal beauty.

The opening reception for both shows takes place on February 5 from 6:00pm-8:00pm

February 13  4:00pm-9:00pm

East Bank Mardi Gras Market – Not only can you shop the latest and greatest from local artists, but the Second Annual East Bank Golf Cart Parade rolls at 6:00pm. Plus, it’s Mardi Gras themed!

February 19  6:00pm-8:00pm

Get your grub on at the East Bank Food Truck Pop-Up. Every month starting in February, a local food truck parks next to the East Bank Plaza to serve you. February’s truck will be Uneeda Taco.

February 20 (7:00pm) and 21 (3:00pm)

Vaudeville returns to Bossier City to the East Bank Theatre. Relive a nostalgic time in American history.

Artini returns!

June 12 7:00pm-11:00pm

This year’s theme is Pop Art Edition/Candy Warhol by Lauren Ross Simmons. The biggest fundraiser for the Bossier Arts Council takes place as Sci-Port Discovery Center. Who’s martini artistry will reign supreme? It will be a fun night of music, martinis and magic!

More events and exhibitions will be scheduled soon by the Bossier Arts Council for 2021. Keep up-to-date by scanning their calendar. Due to Covid-19, some events may be postponed depending on the situation.

ARTini: Shaken, stirred, and wildly creative martinis