A 10-foot bronze and steel sculpture of two children staring up at the stars will be installed at the southeast corner of the City Hall property, at Markham Street and Broadway.
The pair of cast aluminum lions on the plaza north of the River Market pavilions are headed for the Van Buren roundabout at the Little Rock Zoo.
"Acansa to Arkansas," an exhibition of Arkansas Territory maps from the time just before Benard de la Harpe's arrival in Acansa in 1722 to statehood in 1836, goes on exhibit May 10 at the Historic Arkansas Museum.
Laura Raborn says her "Presence," opening Friday, May 17, at Cantrell Gallery, 8208 Cantrell Road, is about "the idea of human presence.
While the Little Rock Night Market is not pitched as a celebration, per se, it most certainly is in its own right.
Victoria is a self-declared heir to the blues tradition and a flawlessly eloquent spokesperson for the ways in which women have been its chief inventors.
Kathy Bay's geometric abstractions and Jason McCann's painterly figurative are on exhibit this week at Boswell Mourot Fine Art, 5815 Kavanaugh Blvd.
Two-dimensional Byzantine iconography surrounds the Anunciation visitor on all sides — intentionally presented in a flat matte style, "not meant to be Renaissance art," Father Nicholas said — but now, the eye is drawn to the radiant glass at the altar, Christ in a gold robe and halo, holding a chalice in one hand and the Eucharist symbol on the other. Over 200 shades of glass and eight months of work went into the icon, Father Nicholas said.
The band’s recorded songs routinely run longer than five minutes, and are given even more room to breathe in the live setting, during which the band skillfully vamped and locked into dynamic grooves, effortlessly waxing and waning to create an overpowering frenzy or to showcase an individual musician, depending on what the song or situation called for in the moment.
Stone's Throw Brewing opens its Stifft Station Taproom on May 7.
Ruth Asawa, who as a young woman was interned at the Rohwer Relocation Center in Arkansas, is today's Google Doodle feature.
Preserve Arkansas announces its 20th annual Most Endangered Places list.