Weather permitting, North Little Rock has the cure for cabin fever on Friday, with several events to offer:
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Studio Argenta (classical painter Stephen Cefalo’s outfit) is hosting the a 12-hour “Draw-A-Thon” from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Argenta GAllery, 413A and 413B. You don’t have to draw to attend, but for those who want a day of drawing with a variety of models, draped and undraped, and want to watch others draw, this is the event for you. There will be long and short poses by the models (those who’ve come to watch only get to be in the draped model area). There will also be refreshments; entry is $10 at door and no reservations are needed. Proceeds will go to Studio Argenta’s future full-time classical art training program in Argenta.
For the 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. ArtWalk, add in Rex Deloney’s exhibition of paintings at First Presbyterian, “Music is a Verb” (ends at 7:30 p.m.). The church is at 201 W. Fourth St. Laman Library Argenta’s new exhibition is “Art of Arkansas,” photographs by Mike Anderson.
Greg Thompson’s 20th anniversary exhibition continues, with paintings by William Dunlap, Robyn Horn, Carroll Cloar,
Sheila Cotton, Rebecca Thompson, Glenray Tutor and others (429 Main St.). Also continuing: Guy Bell’s “Fourteen Minutes and Fifty-Nine Seconds” at the Thea Foundation (401 Main St.)
Art Connection (204 E. 4th St.) will feature work by the teenaged artists working there. Claytime Studio (417 Main St.) will also be open. Mugs Cafe is taking an ArtWalk break this month.