Check out Black Paper Party, an Arkansas-based wrapping paper company launched by three Black women to introduce more Black representation in wrapping paper imagery.
Arkansas got really lucky when Criswell's bus broke down here and he decided to take up the pen and paintbrush.
Banished from evocative gallery showings in a winter that calls for hunkering down hardcore, art enthusiasts and politically minded thinkers should put 21c Museum’s new exhibit “Refuge” on their radar.
The festival will showcase films created by participants in LKA's Inception to Projection filmmaking program
Hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
We talked with poet Geffrey Davis over email about his latest, “Night Angler,” a 96-page wonder that manages to make a poem about evasive trout feel as if it belongs next to an elegiac verse for Tamir Rice or, as in “Pillow Kombat with the Ultimate Sleep Fighter,” alongside a meditation on Davis’ life as a new parent.
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Under a slightly revised title — “Holiday Hang In There” — Hill has put together a lineup of beloved Holiday Hangout musicians in virtual form, to be screened on the Arkansas Times YouTube channel Friday, Dec. 11 and Saturday, Dec. 12.
It doesn’t seem possible cultural products produced in 2020 are going to be able to pass by without reference to the pandemic.
Season one focuses on a fashion designer, an entrepreneur, a poet, a multi-multifaceted artist, art activists and a vegan chef, PBS' press release states, "pulling back the curtain on their creative processes and seeing what makes them glow."
We talked with Sumokem rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Jacob Sawries about the band's latest, "Prajnaparadha."
He paints places and things that fill in his memories of a rural childhood.
The gift will advance the appreciation of American craft.
Nicholson was host of "Arts Scene" for three decades and recorded over a thousand episodes of the arts-focused radio program.
The alley behind the Arkansas Repertory Theatre is home to a new installation of public art by young Arkansas artists.
Here's "This America," the latest from poet Kai Coggin, who was voted Best Poet in Arkansas Times' Best of Arkansas 2020.
Featuring a 4,300-square-foot mural, Ballet Arkansas and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.
If your year needed a handful of new songs that cover clambakes, skinnydipping, the alienation brought about by technology and ghosts who speak through Marshall amps, you’re in luck.
Sit in on a class with the Ecumenical Buddhist Society of Little Rock.
The University is now registering for the 6 p.m. Nov. 9 Zoom performance and live Q&A for Core's performance of "Nevertheless, She Persists," with original music by Christian Meyer, recently recorded at Crystal Bridges.
Beloved rock outfit Lucero spent two weeks (masked up) at Sam Phillips Recording Studio in Memphis in July, and the fruits of those sessions will be out in January — a full-length LP called "When You Found Me."