UA Little Rock hosts a reception for this show of 365 drawings made by Meena Khalili during her year in Louisville, Ky.
The Oxford American’s 2019-20 Concert Series is themed “Old Friends, New Friends,” and if its season opener Amy Helm can’t claim old friendship here in Arkansas, I’m not sure who can.
The University of Central Arkansas pays tribute to the late artist Gene Hatfield with a show of his work, "Traveling' Man," at UCA Downtown.
Often drawing on the packed rolodexes of Society members Mary Steenburgen and Cinema Society founder Jeff Nichols, Filmland and the Cinema Society’s year-round fare have consistently provided Central Arkansas with top-tier screenings and Q&As.
An exhibition from the collection of the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia opens with a reception with music and a talk by Jim Crow Museum founder/director David Pilgrim.
Seawood's show at the Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas features portraits and interviews of young black men talking about how people see them.
Here, Opera in the Rock presents Menotti’s comedy with “larger-than-life actors, onstage music, live sound effects and commercial breaks,” a press release says, with Kevin Lambert as director, singer-songwriter/pianist John Willis as musical director, Erick Saoud on percussion, and two of Central Arkansas’s most respected voice instructors — Diane Kesling and Christine Donahue — singing.
“All These Kids Are Way Too High” and “Revolution Rock n Roll,” the first tracks on each of the "Dirty Pictures" albums, are solid, rousing openers that the crowd in El Dorado will probably find difficult to resist jamming along with.