Author Terry McMillan is the Winthrop Rockefeller Distinguished Lecture Series lecturer at UAPB.
The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.
Krauss has been touring and recording with Union Station for nearly three decades, and the band’s 2002 eponymous live double album is probably the plainest evidence you’ll find that this show at Robinson Performance Hall will be one for the books.
It's that time of year, when a sleepy town in the Delta comes roaring to life for a few days this time of year, descended upon by county fair vendors, German tourists, daydrinkers and every subgenre of blues music you can imagine.
UA Little Rock will exhibit the digital manipulations of the New York photographer.
Feral animals and children populate the narrative drawings of Anaïs Dassé.
The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.
Downtown galleries and shops feature music, art and more.
The world of vaudeville comes to The Weekend Theater with its production of “Side Show,” a 1994 Broadway musical about a pair of conjoined twins who dream of a life beyond the “freak show.”
The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.
An exhibition of print series by one of the greatest artists of all time — Francisco Goya (1746-1828) — and 20th-century artist Federico Castellon, both of whom used dark imagery to illustrate the human condition, is on exhibit in the Windgate Gallery of the Center for Humanities and the Arts at UA Pulaski Tech.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.
The Arkansas State Fair is the gleaming, whirring, dizzying beacon that eases The Natural State into the fall, whether or not temperatures agree.