5 people to watch in arts and entertainment in Shreveport, Bossier City in 2022

Shreveport and Bossier City both have lively arts and entertainment scenes, with people dedicated to bringing out the best this city has to offer. 

As we chose our People to Watch, we looked for individuals with projects on the horizon, or whose talents spread education or entertainment.

 We searched for people who could pivot when it came to COVID, or who had overcome adversity, and were using their skills to make Shreveport and Bossier City better places. 

These people are among the best and brightest in our area’s arts and entertainment scene. They will feed us, entertain us, create for us, and teach us. Some are fresh faces, while others are community staples.  

While our selections represent the diversity of our area, they all share one trait, they’re taking the lessons from 2021 to create a brighter new year. 

Emily Feazel

Exhibits & Special Events Designer, R.W. Norton Art Gallery 

Emily Feazel

As a Shreveport native, Emily Feazel fell in love with art at the R.W. Norton as a child when her grandmother would bring her to the museum to explore the collections and botanical garden. Feazel found herself interning at the Norton in 2011 and eventually became a full-time staff member in 2012 after graduating from LSU Shreveport with a double major in Art History and Studio Art.

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