Friday, August 08, 2008

An Evening of Art with architect Mike McSwain at Bossier Arts Council on Fri, Aug 15, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Dolly, Mike McSwain
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While many will know that architect Mike McSwain has made a name for himself designing the Bill Joyce office, Howdy, Inc, and the Robinson Film Center, few will know that he has been a painter. One of the few places that his paintings have been shown: the Montessori Art Auction in its heyday. McSwain may discuss his art as well as his architecture Fri at Bossier Arts Council as part of the West Edge Evening of Art series. If he doesn't, the audience may bring it up in the Q & A.

An Evening of Art has been one of the snazziest projects of the West Edge Artists' Co-op. Guests like Jerry Wray and Michael Harold have presented their history and philosophy of art in these sessions.

Doors at the Bossier Arts Council's annex on Barksdale Blvd. open at 5:30 pm and McSwain's talk will begin at 6:30 pm.

No charge.

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