The monthly after-hours art event in the Argenta Arts District features, among other events, exhibitions by painter Justin Bryant, at the Thea Foundation, and photographer Brandon Markin, at Laman Library’s Argenta Branch.
Tessa Davidson of Cabot, assistant professor of art at Harding University in Searcy, is exhibiting 12 oils and a video projection at Argenta Gallery.
Martha Redbone draws on the sounds of her childhood in Appalachia, teen years in New York, her father's gospel singing and the Native American spirit she inherited from her mother for a roots sound of her very own.
Touring behind its latest release, "Signs," TTB preserves everything worth saving about classic rock music while emphatically making its own artistic mark.
National Book Award winner and Little Rock native Nate Powell speaks at Oxford American's "South Words" series.
Arkansas Times Film Series curator Omaya Jones is doing it again: taking a movie you’ve barely heard of and putting it up on the big screen as proof of its beauty and depth. This time around, it’s “Babette’s Feast,” Danish director Gabriel Axel’s 1987 drama/food movie about a French housekeeper who uses the lottery money she’s won to serve up an exquisite seven-course meal.
The singer-songwriter told American Idol judges, "Nobody without a broken heart can write a song."
True stories of family get-togethers during the holidays kick off the real thing.
Two new exhibits at the Arts and Science Center of Southeast Arkansas take different approaches to botanical prints. Marjorie Williams-Smith detailed drawings of flowers and plants, in "Metalpoint: A Classic Artform," are precise and intimate realizations of nature. The lumen prints and photograms, made by placing objects on silver-gelatin photographic paper and exposing them to […]
The artist dedicates the show to his grandparents "to keep their stories alive."