More than 120 artists are participating in this fundraiser for the Arkansas Repertory Theatre.
The Compassion Works for All nonprofit, which works with the incarcerated to teach such self-help tools as meditation and conflict resolution, created this exhibition of essays by prisoners paired with works by more than 20 Arkansas artists.
Central Arkansas Library System’s flagship theater will be home to sets from experimental drums/synth duo Pinkish Black; Arkansas expats/darklords of drone Chip King and Lee Buford’s project The Body; sludge sages Deadbird; and stoner doom purveyors Sumokem.
Justin Bryant's paintings and drawings of African-American figures with their faces partially obscured are inspired by Paul Laurence Dunbar's poem "We Wear the Mask."
As part of Trust Tree’s second annual fall fundraiser, Rockin’ in the Garden, supporters of the nonprofit will get a chance to see performances by Trust Tree campers Victory Divine and Sadie Evans as well as sets by local bands Better Get Your Britches and Waco Kids.