TuesdayOct 1

Heart, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts

If the last few months on the road for this duo is any indication, this tour promises to deliver old favorites and a healthy dose of newer, stylized covers to bring together both older and newer generations of fringe- and full-on rockers.

Verizon Arena

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints"

UA Pulaski Tech's Windgate Gallery features an exhibit of African wax prints and dresses.

UA Pulaski Tech

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

"Manga Hokusai Manga"

A traveling exhibition from The Japan Foundation explores the Japanese cartooning art of manga and its 18th-century influences.

Emergent Arts

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

WednesdayOct 2

"Infinity Mirrored Room"

Visits to the mirror-filled room, filled with dotted paper lanterns that change color and appear to be in infinite space, are limited to one minute.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints"

UA Pulaski Tech's Windgate Gallery features an exhibit of African wax prints and dresses.

UA Pulaski Tech

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

"Manga Hokusai Manga"

A traveling exhibition from The Japan Foundation explores the Japanese cartooning art of manga and its 18th-century influences.

Emergent Arts

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

ThursdayOct 3

"Black Memorabilia"

Chico Colvard's documentary concerns demeaning images of African Americans, both old and new, in popular culture and continuing issues of racism in America.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

Kellie Lehr, Suzannah Schreckhise: "Layered"

Painter Kellie Lehr and textiles artist Suzannah Schrekhise will exhibit their work as part of Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week Oct. 3-5 at Fayetteville's Drake Field.

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints"

UA Pulaski Tech's Windgate Gallery features an exhibit of African wax prints and dresses.

UA Pulaski Tech

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

"Manga Hokusai Manga"

A traveling exhibition from The Japan Foundation explores the Japanese cartooning art of manga and its 18th-century influences.

Emergent Arts

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

FridayOct 4

"The Order of Time"

New paintings by Matthew Hasty are inspired by a physicist's explanation of time.

"Unbalancing/Jerkbait"

Photographer Robert P. Gordon and figurative painter Pat Hennon show their work at Fenix.

Arkansas Makers Market at Esse

Esse Purse Museum hosts a three-day Arkansas Makers Market featuring handcrafted leather bags, jewelry, textiles and hats.

Michael Kalmbach: "Vibe Realm"

The New Gallery exhibits the vibrantly colored paintings of Delaware artist Michael Kalmbach.

The New Gallery

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints"

UA Pulaski Tech's Windgate Gallery features an exhibit of African wax prints and dresses.

UA Pulaski Tech

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

"Manga Hokusai Manga"

A traveling exhibition from The Japan Foundation explores the Japanese cartooning art of manga and its 18th-century influences.

Emergent Arts

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

Kellie Lehr, Suzannah Schreckhise: "Layered"

Painter Kellie Lehr and textiles artist Suzannah Schrekhise will exhibit their work as part of Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week Oct. 3-5 at Fayetteville's Drake Field.

SaturdayOct 5

9th annual "World Cheese Dip Championship"

At the Clinton Presidential Center: A queso competition, cheese dip sampling, music, voting on who takes home the title of World Champion and the $500 grand prize, and helping the Harmony Health Clinic.

Clinton Presidential Center

Arkansas Times Ribs & Butts

Time does wonderful things to pork, and it’s done wonderful things for Arkansas Times’ annual Whole Hog Roast, too — now matured into a block party that celebrates the best parts of the pig.

Flyway Brewing

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra: An Evening with Heather Headley

Artist Heather Headley will bring her multifaceted musical prowess to Little Rock in a one-night-only performance with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.

Robinson Performance Hall

The Libras: Beatles vs. Stones

Central Arkansas’s finest (and least active) cover band, The Libras, returns to White Water Tavern for what’s becoming an annual tradition: a night devoted to the songs of widely beloved figures in pop music.

White Water Tavern

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints"

UA Pulaski Tech's Windgate Gallery features an exhibit of African wax prints and dresses.

UA Pulaski Tech

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"The Order of Time"

New paintings by Matthew Hasty are inspired by a physicist's explanation of time.

"Unbalancing/Jerkbait"

Photographer Robert P. Gordon and figurative painter Pat Hennon show their work at Fenix.

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

Arkansas Makers Market at Esse

Esse Purse Museum hosts a three-day Arkansas Makers Market featuring handcrafted leather bags, jewelry, textiles and hats.

"Manga Hokusai Manga"

A traveling exhibition from The Japan Foundation explores the Japanese cartooning art of manga and its 18th-century influences.

Emergent Arts

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

Michael Kalmbach: "Vibe Realm"

The New Gallery exhibits the vibrantly colored paintings of Delaware artist Michael Kalmbach.

The New Gallery

Kellie Lehr, Suzannah Schreckhise: "Layered"

Painter Kellie Lehr and textiles artist Suzannah Schrekhise will exhibit their work as part of Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week Oct. 3-5 at Fayetteville's Drake Field.

SundayOct 6

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

Arkansas Makers Market at Esse

Esse Purse Museum hosts a three-day Arkansas Makers Market featuring handcrafted leather bags, jewelry, textiles and hats.

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

MondayOct 7

JusticeCon: Angela Davis and Ibram X. Kendi

Davis is an accomplished author and speaker and professor emerita at the History of Consciousness Department University of California, Santa Cruz, and she’s the guest of honor at Philander Smith College’s JusticeCon, a program from the school’s Social Justice Institute.

Philander Smith College

"Stitched Together: A Treasury of Arkansas Quilts"

The Historic Arkansas Museum exhibits its collection of rare quilts stitched by Arkansas women.

"Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams": Chrystal Seawood

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.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hateful Things": Racist memorabilia at Mosaic Templars

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.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

"A Walk in the Woods"

An exhibition of works inspired by the forest.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Gonzalo Fuenmayo

The Miami artist and Colombia native makes monumental and ironic charcoal drawings inspired by and commenting on the clash of cultures in Florida.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Arkansas Society of Printmakers: Big Impression Prints"

Large-scale works by members of the society.

The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies

"She Show"

M2 Gallery’s "She Show" is a reprise of its 2017 show highlighting women artists and features work by 27 artists.

M2 Gallery

"José Sacal: A Universal Mexican"

"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.

"Aerie"

Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano. 

"We Are the Music Makers!"

Photographs of blues and gospel artists from the Southeastern United States by Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy go on exhibit Oct. 1 at the Delta Cultural Center.

Delta Cultural Center

"Hats & Pins"

Glamorous examples from ESSE and private collections, plus a party.

Esse Purse Museum

"Faculty Biennial," "Papier Surfin," "Fight"

Arkansas State University opens three fall shows in the Bradbury Museum.

Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University

"David Mudrinich: An Element of Nature"

The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum features an exhibition of pastels by David Mudrinich, drawing and painting professor at Arkansas Tech.

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