Jan Gosnell starts with a title as inspiration for the image in this show at Fenix Fayetteville.
Pianist Clyde Pound’s combo Anything That Moves opens the month of concerts Sept. 4; Pine Bluff’s gospel-rooted On Call Band performs Sept. 11; flautist/saxophonist/vocalist Tonya Leeks performs Sept. 18; and trumpeter/bandleader Rodney Block (pictured) closes out the series Sept. 25.
M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.
Five photographers — Beverly Buys, Carey Roberson, Don House, Sabine Schmidt and Robbie Brindley — are showing their work.
The Art Group Gallery artists' collection opens an exhibition of work inspired by travel, both real and dreamt.
Works by 20 Latinx artists are on exhibit at UCA Downtown.
A traveling exhibition from The Japan Foundation explores the Japanese cartooning art of manga and its 18th-century influences.
The New Gallery opens an exhibition of interpreted landscapes by Minnesota printmaker Mike Marks.
The Better Angels organization is a bipartisan effort to depolarize America by teaching conversational and listening skills to concerned citizens through workshops and training. Arkansas’s Better Angels coordinator, Cindy Kyser, and member Glen White will host the workshop at the CALS Main Library on Saturday, Sept. 7.