Things ought to be thawed out by the time the Baum Gallery of the University of Central Arkansas opens its spring season.
Winners announced for annual show; juror will speak.
See a slideshow from Arkansas' win over LSU on Saturday.
A survey of the best the state has to offer.
Asking Alice to pick up a few things at auction next week.
Hearne Fine Art celebrates its new gallery with an exhibit of four African-American artists from the 19th century.
Some things to do over the weekend, Candy fans.
There will be tons of sculpture at the River Market this weekend.
A mural painted by a socialist artist in 1935 — "The Struggle of the South" — has been stored at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock since 1984, when the university purchased it — in 29 pieces on masonite salvaged from an old house in Fort Smith.
Times photographer Brian Chilson was on the scene in Helena all weekend. Check out his slideshow from the festival on the jump.
The U of A Fine Arts Center opens "Black and White in America" today; Fayetteville Underground debuts shows tomorrow.
Bocephus was in town with his "Rowdy Friends" tour on Saturday night at Verizon and Brian Chilson was there.
Terry Rowlett will give a talk about his paintings on exhibit at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at the University of Arkansas tonight at 5 p.m.
Gallery 26 brings three photographers together for the fourth time when it opens "95% in the Moment" tomorrow.
Barry Thomas, Rene Hein, Lynn Sudderth and more.
Some 60 North Arkansas artists are opening their studios this weekend.
It appears quiet, not counting the crush of traffic headed to War Memorial. Another mob scene: new Food Giant in Tanglewood.
"Making Pictures," ALA show tonight.
The Bernice Garden is the newest 2nd Friday venue.
Times photographer Brian Chilson was on hand at last night's event to rally support for Sen. Blanche Lincoln.
You just had to be there. Last night's benefit for the West Memphis Three was a success on every level.
Arkansas Take Action held a press conference this afternoon to talk about tonight's much-anticipated event, but also, and more importantly, to talk about the West Memphis Three, new developments in the case and supporters' efforts to raise awareness.
"El Grito (A Cry for Independence)" is a moving show of work by Mexican-American artists.