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STAA Art Market This Saturday on Lee Lane

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Stroll through the STAA Art Market this Saturday on Lee Lane from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You’ll find a variety of hand-made arts including pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, stained glass, mixed media, hand-made garments, wood carvings, photography, and more. The Art Markets provides entrepreneurial opportunities to local artists while fostering creative community relationships by allowing artists to sell directly to the public. Featuring music by Extraordinary Sessions.

The St. Tammany Art Association was founded in 1958 by a small group of civic-minded individuals dedicated to bringing art to St. Tammany Parish. Today the Art Association is an organization with over 700 members that have served as a catalyst for the arts. The organization has grown into a new building in downtown Covington to further serve the needs of emerging and established artists, and to provide arts education and exhibitions to the community.

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Rollin’ on the 3 Rivers House Float Parade Kicks Off This Saturday

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Mardi Gras 2021 may have taken on a new form, but the spirit of the season lives on in Covington with the Rollin’ on the 3 Rivers House Float Parade, kicking off Saturday January 23 through Mardi Gras Day, February 16, 2021.

Covington’s krewe was created to provide a safe alternative way for locals to still participate in festival activities. Walk or drive around Covington to view over 40 beautifully decorated homes and businesses at your leisure. Stay tuned to the Covington Rollin’ on the 3 Rivers House Floats Facebook page for updates on maps of participating locations.

Purchase locally hand-made commemorative throws for this historic Mardi Gras season! From the Copperhead Studios website: “Created by local artists, hand painted on birch, these are a more sustainable option, both for the environment, and for our local economy. Shop Small – Keep art alive and kicking in Louisiana”

Missed the deadline to register your business for the map? You can still decorate your property and be involved! Rollin’ on the 3 Rivers encourages utilizing the help of local artists in the design of your house float; visit their page to learn more.

Covington locals work on “Aquarius Rolls on the River” house float on New Hampshire Street. From the Covington Rollin’ on the 3 Rivers House Floats FB page.
Tag your art: #r3r2021 #housefloats
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Covington Porch Fest – Free Live Music this Saturday

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On Saturday December 12th from 2 – 5 pm, come on out to the Covington Porch Fest, featuring live music by local artists at various locations around downtown Covington. Bring your chairs and picnic blankets for this free event presented by the Covington Business Association, benefiting the Northshore Food Bank!

Covington Porch Fest December 12th Lineup:

211 W. 25th Avenue
415 W. 26th Avenue
626 N. Jackson Street
406 W. 23rd Avenue
227 W. 23rd Avenue

Bruce Daigrepont
Pontchartrain Shakers
Dirty Rain Revelers
Jeff Cryer Band
Big Al and the Heavyweights

You can find maps to each of these locations at www.covingtonporchfest.com/porch-locations

Covington Porch Fest was started this year to provide an outlet for musicians and locals during the pandemic. If you can, please consider supporting a local musician by buying their art or merchandise. Our culture relies heavily on the local artists in our community. Lets show them some love!

Learn more about Porch Fest on their website, and follow them on Facebook for updates!

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Louisiana Shop Local Artists Week – December 6 – 12, 2020

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All around the nation, artists of all genres, arts organizations and cultural economy businesses are planning celebrations of the arts and the professionals whose talents create the rich cultural fabric of our state. Festivals and art markets, performing arts events, culinary extravaganzas, art exhibitions, healing arts, film screenings, literary events and more–all of these are part of the cultural industry, enhancing the quality of life for our citizens and visitors while providing tremendous economic impact.

St. Tammany Art Association hosts a monthly market featuring local artists on Lee Lane

An opportunity to explore the many facets of the arts and to support creatives.

Shop Local Artists Week is a great time for holiday shopping, for truly one-of-a-kind gifts and arts experiences. Peruse the offerings of local galleries and museums. Purchase music and memorabilia from some of your favorite local musicians. Pick up tickets from a community theatre or performing arts center, for a chance to make memories with your gift recipient. Art workshops provide an opportunity to enhance artistic skills or to discover new passions. For avid readers, what better gift than a book penned by and signed by local authors? And explore the world of culinary arts with unique dining experiences at local restaurants.

Can’t decide? Gift certificates are an ideal choice for your special recipients. And don’t forget to pick up a something for yourself, too!

Be a part of it! 

From metropolitan cities to rural communities, a variety of Shop Local Artist Week events are being created and presented by local artists and cultural organizations. To find events, contact your local Cultural District, Main Street or Arts Agency.

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Why Shop Local? A Message from Covington Weekly

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Our goal with Covington Weekly is to promote the local goods and services we have available to us in this area. We believe that a strong sustainable infrastructure is built on a community that supports itself through supporting its businesses, producers and farms.

Buying your coffee at a local café, your gifts at a local shop and your produce from a local farm increases the demands for these items, which stimulates more local businesses and local jobs. More of the money spent locally stays in our community, whether through taxes, payroll or continued support of other local businesses and organizations. Local businesses also increase tourism dollars to downtown areas, and on average provide better jobs with more opportunities for advancement. Supporting local artists and makers promotes the culture of our community. Local farms generally use better farming practices with more focus on environmental impacts, quality of products and consideration for the land and animals they care for.

Possibly most importantly, our drive to promote our local businesses and producers comes from our love for our community, and our desire to see it flourish and to share its beauty with generations to follow.

For a list of wonderful local businesses to patron please visit our advertisers, go to shoplocalusa.com/covington and check out the Covington Business Association’s business listings on their website gocovington.org.

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Three Rivers Art Festival Goes Virtual This Saturday

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From the Covington Business Associationwww.gocovington.org

Three Rivers 2020 Poster Art by Gretchen Armbruster

The 24th annual Covington Three Rivers Art Festival, one of the largest juried art festivals in the Southeast region, will look a little different this year. Instead of a traditional festival in Downtown Covington, the event will be held virtually on Saturday, November 14, 2020 from 10AM to 5PM via the Covington Three Rivers Art Festival Facebook page. Art lovers will have the opportunity to shop the work of 50 juried artists from across the U.S. – in a variety of mediums – from the comfort of home.

“Due to event restrictions and safety concerns, we knew this year’s show would look different from our traditional festival atmosphere,” says Three Rivers Art Festival Coordinator Sarada Bonnett. “But despite the ongoing challenges posed by COVID-19, we are so grateful for the opportunity to continue to showcase our incredible artists and make their work available to the public. This is going to be an incredible show!”

The virtual sale will showcase 10+ artists per hour over, with each artist selling several of their top pieces. Viewers will be able to ask questions and purchase directly from the artists through the live chat. Advance registration is not required. A complete schedule is posted on the Three Rivers Facebook page.

Each year, Three Rivers typically draws more than 60,000 people to downtown Covington to shop the work of more than 200 talented artists from all over the United States, including many from the Greater New Orleans region. One of the Northshore’s largest annual events, the festival takes place on Columbia Street in the city’s Cultural Arts District. The showcased artwork ranges from painting to metalwork and everything in between.

Learn more & view participating artists here: www.2020ctraf.com
Or at the Covington Three Rivers Art Festival Facebook page.

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STAA Art Market on Lee Lane this Saturday

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The Covington Art Market returns to Lee Lane this Saturday November 7th from 10 am – 2 pm. Stroll through and find a variety of hand-made arts including pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, stained glass, mixed media, hand-made garments, wood carvings, photography, and more.

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While you’re out, you are encouraged to visit other downtown locations, including exhibitions at the Art House, the nostalgic array of goods and the historic museum at H.J. Smith & Sons General Store and the many fine shopping establishments around downtown Covington. The Farmers’ Market takes place from 8 a.m. to noon at 609 N. Columbia Street, just a few blocks from Lee Lane. Then enjoy a bite at one of our many restaurants. It’s a great way to spend your Saturday!

The Art Market provides entrepreneurial opportunities to local artists while fostering creative community relationships by allowing artists to sell directly to the public. Presented by the St. Tammany Art Association in partnership with the City of Covington. Learn more at www.sttammany.art/arts-market

Currently on display at the STAA Art House:

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STAA Covington Art Market & Fall for Art 2020 Announced

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The Covington Art Market returns to Lee Lane this Saturday October 3rd from 10 am – 2 pm. Stroll through and find a variety of hand-made arts including pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, stained glass, mixed media, hand-made garments, wood carvings, photography, and more. The Art Market provides entrepreneurial opportunities to local artists while fostering creative community relationships by allowing artists to sell directly to the public. Learn more at www.sttammany.art/arts-market

Save the Date: Fall for Art October 10th, 2020

Join the St. Tammany Art Association for coordinated art openings, boutique shopping and fine dining on October 10th from 6 – 9 pm. This free event showcases over a dozen galleries, shops and restaurants featuring new artwork, special sales and delicious meals all for all to enjoy. Come out, spread out and stroll downtown Covington for Fall for Art 2020!

Fall for Art is presented in partnership with the City of Covington supported this year by a generous donation from the Covington Business Association. CDC guidelines will apply. For more information, visit www.sttammany.art

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Save the Date: Covington Antiques and Uniques Festival – September 5 and 6, 2020

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Save the Date! The Covington Heritage Foundation will host the 6th Annual Covington Antiques and Uniques Festival next weekend, September 5 and 6, at the Covington Trailhead at 419 N. New Hampshire Street in Covington.

The two-day juried free event will showcase more than 50 vendors displaying an eclectic mix of antique furnishings, period collectibles, architectural salvage, and vintage-inspired fine arts and crafts as well as food and live music throughout the weekend.

An added feature to the festival will be the St. Tammany Art Association’s Art Market. Fine art, jewelry, photography, paintings, woodworking, fiber art, pottery and more will be displayed.

The Covington Heritage Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to preserve the city’s culture, character and community. The festival is coordinated with the support of the City’s Department of Cultural Arts and Events. Department Director Aimee Faucheux said as the festival grows and evolves each year, the goal remains the same – to offer a first-class juried event that reflects the unique charm and history of Covington.

“We are thrilled we are able to have the festival this year,” said Faucheux. “We invite everyone to come out and enjoy a good time.”

The festival will be following the 6 ft physical distancing and face mask mandate as required by our Governor at the time of the event.

Festival hours are 10 am to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call (985) 892-1873 or log onto www.covingtonheritagefoundation.com

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STAA Covington Arts Market This Saturday on Lee Lane

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The St. Tammany Art Association, in partnership with the City of Covington, announces the continuation of the Covington Arts Market, their long-standing juried arts and crafts market.

This STAA Arts Market is held at the new location on Lee Lane Saturday July 11, 2020. Stop by from 10 am – 2 pm for this free open air market! Featuring local hand-made art including pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, stained glass, mixed media, hand-made garments, wood carvings, photography, and more.

With appreciation and in support of the local arts community STAA is offering half-off registration fees for this July market. Event will be limited to 20 vendors. To register to participate click here https://www.sttammany.art/arts-market

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STAA Art Market March 2014

The purpose of the market is to provide exposure and a venue for STAA members to showcase and sell their work. While you’re out, you are encouraged to visit other downtown locations, including exhibitions at the Art House, the nostalgic array of goods and the historic museum at H.J. Smith & Sons General Store and the Saturday Farmer’s Market. The Farmer’s Market takes place from 8 a.m. To noon at 609 N. Columbia Street, just a few blocks from Lee Lane. Then enjoy a bite at one of downtown Covington’s many restaurants. It’s a great way to spend your Saturday!

A Little About STAA

The St. Tammany Art Association was founded in 1958 by a small group of civic-minded individuals dedicated to bringing art to western St. Tammany Parish. Today, STAA has grown into an organization with over 300 members. Serving as a catalyst for the arts, the organization’s Art House building in downtown Covington serves the needs of emerging and established artists, and to provides arts education and exhibitions to the community.

STAA notes that recent administrative transitions along with the impact of COVID-19 have created challenges for the organization, and that they are working to stabilize operations and will soon begin implementing more programing in the coming weeks.

Love STAA? Looking to volunteer or donate? Learn more at https://www.sttammany.art/

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STAA Announces Return of Covington Art Market

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The St. Tammany Art Association, in partnership with the City of Covington, announces the continuation of its Covington Art Market, a long-standing juried arts and crafts market.

This STAA Art Market is held at the new location on Lee Lane Saturday July 11, 2020. Stop by from 10 am – 2 pm for this free open air market! Featuring local hand-made art including pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, stained glass, mixed media, hand-made garments, wood carvings, photography, and more.

With appreciation and in support of the local arts community STAA is offering half-off registration fees for this July market. To register to participate click here https://www.sttammany.art/arts-market

Art by Kenny Passauer, Covington Art Market March 2014

The purpose of the market is to provide exposure and a venue for STAA members to showcase and sell their work. While you’re out, you are encouraged to visit other downtown locations, including exhibitions at the Art House, the nostalgic array of goods and the historic museum at H.J. Smith & Sons General Store and the Saturday Farmer’s Market. The Farmer’s Market takes place from 8 a.m. To noon at 609 N. Columbia Street, just a few blocks from Lee Lane. Then enjoy a bite at one of downtown Covington’s many restaurants. It’s a great way to spend your Saturday!

Learn more at https://www.sttammany.art/

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Save the Date: Covington Art Market

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Please join STAA for the Covington Art Market in its new location, Art Alley, in the 300 block of N Columbia Street in downtown Covington. The event, which will include a showcase of local artists, live entertainment by the Andy Breaux Acoustic Duo, children’s art projects and more. The event will take place Saturday, March 3, 10 am to 2 pm. Admission is free. Offerings including pottery, hand-carved stone, hand-turned wooden bowls, acrylic and oil paintings, photography, jewelry, mixed media and handmade bags and accessories.

The Covington Art Market is presented by St. Tammany Art Association in partnership with the City of Covington – Office of Cultural Arts & Events. This event is supported by 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, as administered by the St. Tammany Parish. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works.
For more information about STAA’s Art Market, visit StTammanyArtAssociation.org

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Covington Art Market Takes Place This Saturday at the Covington Trailhead

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This Saturday, April 2, 2016. Featuring Local and Regional Artists, plus live music. Brought to you by the City of Covington and the St. Tammany Art Association, with sponsors Heritage Bank, from 9 am to 1 pm at the Covington Trailhead.  Enjoy music by Timothy Gates and Earlie Grace Marvel.

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STAA Holiday Art Market at the Covington Trailhead This Saturday, December 5, 2015

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staa holiday art market 2015This Saturday, December 5, 2015, the City of Covington and the St. Tammany Art Association present the Covington Art Market with a Holiday twist.  This market has extended hours, from 9 a.m. To 3 p.m., for a little extra holiday shopping.
Featuring fine art from local artists, tasty food from the neighborhood restaurants & a great line up of live music, see why Historic Downtown Covington is designated as a Louisiana Cultural District.

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NOMA Exhibit Opening This Saturday at St. Tammany Art Association

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St. Tammany Art Association announces its 6th annual exhibit in partnership with the New Orleans Museum of Art. This year’s exhibit, entitled: Views from New Orleans: Contemporary Art from the New Orleans Museum of Art, will feature works by well known regional and national artists from NOMA’s permanent collection. STAA will host an opening reception during Covington’s Second Saturday Art Openings on September 12 at 6:00pm – 9:00pm. The exhibit will be the feature artwork at STAA during Fall for Art on Saturday, October 10 and will be on display through October 31, 2015.

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This exhibition presents unique works of eleven artists who have achieved regional, national, or international acclaim, including pieces by George Dunbar, Ida Kohlmeyer, Clarence John Laughlin, Shirley Masinter and Noel Rockmore to name a few.

Architecture in its modern conception could not exist in the absence of the human hand. Architecture and human being serve one another — buildings are conceived, designed, and built to protect us, and we have the ability to manipulate, renovate, and repurpose them. The human eye finds beauty and complexity in the contours of structure—from realism to abstraction—through line, volume, space, and dimension.

However, the exploration of three-dimensional space transcends art and architecture. We place sentimental value on structure and location by imbuing narrative, significance, and history to the façade and interior of a building. Architecture in this exhibition represents the fallen ideals of culture, suggestions of socio – economic strife, nostalgia, and the tragedies that befall manmade landscapes due to neglect and natural disaster. Here, artists have represented cityscapes in a range of styles: recognizably, abstractly, fantastically, and as preservationists. www.sttammanyartassociation.org

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Covington’s White Linen Night This Saturday Celebrates the Arts Community

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White Linen NightHistoric Downtown Covington’s second annual White Linen Night will take place on Saturday, August 15, 2015, from six to nine in the evening. The event is community-organized and paid for by the generous contributions of local business owners with the net proceeds donated to the Public Art for Covington Fund.

The Public Art for Covington Fund is a non-profit fund administered through the Northshore Community Foundation. The mission of this charitable endeavor is to place art in Covington that reflects the rich history and culture of the city, to reflect and reinforce Covington’s reputation and standing as an artist’s community.

Participating restaurants, bars and retail shops have agreed to donate ten percent of their sales for the night to the fund or have donated a fee towards covering the costs of decorations and publicity for the event. Some highlights of the event include: live projection art projects around town, including an interactive light painting and a projection and musical piece honoring the work of Walker Percy in the Southern Hotel’s courtyard; the inaugural Trailhead Art Market; a featured Pimms Cup cocktails at participating bars and restaurants; live music in the streets.
See more at the White Linen Night Facebook page.

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Art Association Partners with Service Bureau in Chef Soiree 2016 Poster Selection

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For the first year ever, the Youth Service Bureau, in partnership with the St. Tammany Art Association, will select the artist for the 2016 Chef Soirée poster through a public contest. The annual Chef Soirée poster is a collectable item, and it also serves as the backdrop for all of the event’s promotional materials. The contest is now open to all artists of St. Tammany and Washington parishes. Submissions are due by Monday, August 24, 2015 at 5PM. Download the contest guidelines at www.ysbworks.com, or for more information, submit questions to chefsoiree@ysbworks.com.

YSB STAA Chef Soiree 2The Chef Soirée draws more than 3,000 patrons to Covington’s Bogue Falaya Park each spring to enjoy some of the best food, drink and entertainment the Northshore has to offer. Proceeds from the event help the Youth Service Bureau provide advocacy, counseling, education and intervention for at-risk youth and families in St. Tammany and Washington Parishes.

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Second Saturday Art Walk This Weekend Features Local & Regional Artists at Various Galleries

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Second Saturday Art StrollEvery second Saturday of the month, the St. Tammany Art Association invites the public out for the Second Saturday Art Walk. July’s event coincides with STAA’s Summer Show, celebrating its 50th year. Galleries downtown include Tripolo Gallery across from the Art House on Columbia, The Overby Gallery, right around the corner at 529 N. Florida, and The Rutland Street Gallery. Select retail will be open for the Second Saturday Art Walk, so take a stroll, see some art, and grab some food and drink.

St. Tammany Art Association’s 50th National Juried Artists Exhibition: The Summer Show

50summershowOpen to artists from all over the United States, the St. Tammany Art Association’s annual juried exhibition features only visual art completed within the past two years. This year, over $3,000 in cash awards including the coveted $1,000 Best of Show prize will be presented at the opening.

The Art Association is pleased to expand its sponsors’ circle this year, and welcome Cathy Deano and Walter Mader as our Show Sponsor. Award sponsors this year include Henry and Gail Hood whose Best of Show award is dedicated in memory of Miriam Barranger, Dorothy Severson, Trudy Williamson in memory of her husband, E.L. “Chick” Williamson, Mo’s Art Supply & Framing, Roberta D. Bruck, Ph.D and Maggie and Rich McConnell.

Celery Fields by James Overby

The Celery Fields by James Overby

For more information, call (985) 892-8650 or email info@sttammanyartassociation.org.

The Overby Gallery (529 N. Florida) will be open Saturday evening featuring work by James Overby, John Goodwyne, Ray Rouyer and Linda Shelton.  To contact James Overby, email: jamoverby@yahoo.com

Tripolo Gallery (323 N. Columbia) features new work by Barry Thomas, Morgan Cameron and Paula Blackwell.   (985) 789-4073

Summit by Paula Blackwell, one of the featured artists at Tripolo Gallery

Summit by Paula Blackwell, one of the featured artists at Tripolo Gallery

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STAA’s 50th National Juried Artist Exhibition “Summer Show” Opens July 11th

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staasummershow2015The St. Tammany Art Association announces the artists selected for the 50th National Juried Artists Exhibition, the Summer Show, which opens July 11, 2015 with a reception from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Artists’ awards will be presented at 7:00 p.m.

Artists selected for this year’s exhibition come from across Louisiana and the southeast. Artists accepted into the summer show and in competition for cash prizes are: Michael Aldana, Aron Belka, Christer Berg, Connie Born, Tom Bowden, Frances Carville, Blake Conroy, William Crowell, Jason Cytacki, Ariel Diaz, Shirley Doiron, Sarah Dunn, Robert Dutruch, Leslie Elliott-Smith, Russell Everett, Shirley Fachilla, Oksana Fogg, Jan Gephardt, Susan Gilbert, Charles Gudaitis, Adam Hall, Joyce Hensley, Mary Hesse, Kenneth Hopel, Morgan Maiolie, Miguel Malagon, Demond Matsuo, Molly McGuire, Heather Mitchell, Mary Monk, Martin Needom, Megan Perra, Monique Perry, Jerry Rawlings, Madelyn Robillard, Phillip Sage, Lynn Savarese, Crimson Shults, Melissa Smith, Archie Tucker, Robert Warrens and Laure Williamson.

The exhibition continues through August 8, when a closing Gallery Talk with Juror Don Marshall and exhibiting artists will be held from 6pm to 9pm. An additional People’s Choice Award will be given at the event. All events are free and open to the public and are presented at the STAA Art House, 320 N. Columbia Street in historic downtown Covington.

For more information, call (985) 892-8650 or email info@sttammanyartassociation.org. The St. Tammany Art Association is supported in part by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

www.sttammanyartassociation.org

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Second Saturday Art Walk in Downtown Covington This Weekend

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Second Saturday Art StrollEnjoy fine art, boutique shopping, great food and good friends! Join us this Saturday, June 13 from 6-9 pm for the Second Saturday Art Stroll, celebrating our local artists in the St. John’s Cultural Arts District with tax-free shopping on all original works! Be sure to visit Covington’s two newest galleries, The Overby Gallery, 529 N. Florida and The Rutland Street Gallery, 828 E. Rutland.

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