The Historic Arkansas Museum's 2nd Friday Art Night event features the opening of "soothSAY," work by the Culture Shock Art Collective, whose members are some of Arkansas's finest women artists.
Hot Club of Cowtown takes its western swing to CALS Ron Robinson for the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South.
LaVere's latest, "Painting Blue," trades in a dose of her gypsy jazz tendencies for quiet, rainy day musings, much like the Joni Mitchell album it seems to tip its hat to.
This summit (literally; it takes place atop Petit Jean Mountain) of expert musicians will feature concerts, competitions, open-mics, seminars and, for those of you more confident in your abilities than I am, one-on-one classes with headliners.
As part of the 6th annual ACANSA Arts Festival, you’ll get a chance to see how the proverbial sausage is made by several Arkansas artists during the city-wide Open Studios tour on Saturday, Sept. 14. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., more than 30 artists will open their doors to the public.
Chavez has won 10 Austin Music Awards and she’s used that platform to start up a college fund for Spanish-speaking girls in a gang-dominated suburb in El Salvador, an experience she wrote about in her 2014 anthem “Siete-D.”