Curtis Graff's 5-by-5' paintings inspired by Polaroid headshots and selfies, along with paintings of the mundane.
Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.
The Arkansas Cornbread Festival runs down the length of South Main Street between 13th Street and 17th Street, with full wheelchair accessibility, and features craft beer from Flyway Brewing, Diamond Bear Brewing Co., Buffalo Brewing Co., Stone's Throw Brewing and Rebel Kettle, plus non-cornmeal-centric eats from Kona Ice of Little Rock, TMW Kettlecorn, The Big Squeeze, Lee’s Concession, Count Porkula and Juicy J Fish and Chicken.
The reason for the season at Lost Forty’s annual Festival of Darkness? Sets from Big Piph and Dazz and Brie, and a limited release barrel-aged Imperial Stout called “Nighty Night,” with notes of black cherry, roasted coffee and cacao nibs that has been aged in barrels of rye whiskey, bourbon and red wine and has a staggering 10.5 percent ABV.