A reminder about this evening’s goings-on downtown at the Historic Arkansas Museum, the Arkansas Studies Institute and the Village Commons at 1423-C S. Main St., next door to the Bernice Garden. Trolleys will roll starting at 5 p.m.
Here’s what’s on tap:
“Raices” (“Roots”), new mixed media work by x3mex inspired by Mexican independence and today’s social issues, at the Arkansas Studies Institute, 401 President Clinton Ave.
“Aspects of Abstraction,” paintings by Donnie Copeland, sculpture by Gene Sparling, at the Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E. Third St.
Work by Justin Bowles, Aldo Fonticiella, Tara Fletcher-Gibbs, Nathaniel Dailey and Melverue Abraham, along with representatives of Arkansas Rice Depot, Wildwood Park for the Arts and Pulaski County CASA, at the Village Commons.
Sheldon Smith will have work at Green Grass Rock N Roll Bodega at 301 B Clinton and Debbie Strobel will be featured artist at the Copper Grill.