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“Advancing Tradition: 20 Years of Printmaking at Flatbed Press"
The votes have been tabulated, the results consumed and the crowd dispersed after this year’s Diamond Chef competition at the Statehouse Convention Center.
Here's a slideshow of scenes you might have missed at Riverfest. More later.
Some images from the show.
Bill Lewis won the Gold Award.
[slideshow-1]I've finally posted photographs from my tour of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and I draw your attention to this week's print edition article about the museum.
A slideshow of swimsuits provided by Barbara Graves Intimate Fashions.
On the 150th anniversary of the explosion of the Sultana, the steamboat that was carrying freed Union soldiers home on the Mississippi River (1,800 died), the Historic Arkansas Museum will screen a documentary about the making of "Gone With the Wind."
The 2011 Winthrop Rockefeller Legacy Exhibition opens next week at the WR Institute atop Petit Jean, in conjunction with the institute's Legacy Weekend.
The thing about the paintings of Benini is that they sometimes require you to befriend the circular and the shaped. UPDATED WITH NEW IMAGES.
An exhibit of work by mixed media artists Lisa Renz and Evan Pardue and ceramicist Winston Taylor opened Saturday at Boswell-Mourot Fine Art, 5815 Kavanaugh Blvd. You would have read about it here Friday had we hit the "publish" button.
Work by UALR graduate LaToya Hobbs has been added to the latest exhibit at Hearne Fine Art, "Synergy," featuring the work of noted artists Elizabeth Catlett and Samella Lewis.
Amber Lea won the Grand Prize in the 2011 annual Student Competitive Art Exhibition at the University of Central Arkansas with her ceramic piece, "Deductive."
Friend of the Times Nelson Chenault was on hand last night for the opening of Christopher Janney's permanent sound and light installation in the new underpasses at Hendrix College in Conway.
Betting that folks are sick of being at home and will brave a little slush to get out and see art, the 2nd Friday venues will be open from 5-8 p.m. tonight.
A look back at a culinary institution.
A study in street food, done right.
The deadline to reserve a seat to hear registrar Thom Hall talk before the Fine Arts Club is tomorrow, Feb. 3.
Collection now has 42 works of art.
Rosalie Gould donates Japanese internees' art and other materials.
The monthly art "strolley" includes nine venues tonight.
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.