TuesdayNov 19

South Words: Nate Powell, Van Jensen

National Book Award winner and Little Rock native Nate Powell speaks at Oxford American's "South Words" series.

Ron Robinson Theater

Arkansas Times Film Series: "Babette's Feast"

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.

Riverdale 10 Cinema

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

Justin Bryant: "Myriad Subtleties"

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."

Thea Foundation

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

Simen Johan

UA Little Rock will exhibit the digital manipulations of the New York photographer.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

Anaïs Dassé: "Saint George"

Feral animals and children populate the narrative drawings of Anaïs Dassé.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Tessa Davidson: "Saints Re-Formed"

Tessa Davidson of Cabot, assistant professor of art at Harding University in Searcy, is exhibiting 12 oils and a video projection at Argenta Gallery.

Argenta Gallery

25th annual "Holiday Show" at Gallery 26

Gallery 26 packs its walls for holiday art shoppers with works by 61 artists working in all mediums: jewelry, paintings, drawings, pottery, Christmas ornaments, sculpture, photography, etc.

Gallery 26

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum

"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.

WednesdayNov 20

Cory Perry: "Consuming Culture"

Fayetteville artist Cory D. Perry is concerned with the way people change the way they present themselves to exist the culture in which they find themselves.

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

Justin Bryant: "Myriad Subtleties"

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."

Thea Foundation

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

Simen Johan

UA Little Rock will exhibit the digital manipulations of the New York photographer.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

Anaïs Dassé: "Saint George"

Feral animals and children populate the narrative drawings of Anaïs Dassé.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Tessa Davidson: "Saints Re-Formed"

Tessa Davidson of Cabot, assistant professor of art at Harding University in Searcy, is exhibiting 12 oils and a video projection at Argenta Gallery.

Argenta Gallery

25th annual "Holiday Show" at Gallery 26

Gallery 26 packs its walls for holiday art shoppers with works by 61 artists working in all mediums: jewelry, paintings, drawings, pottery, Christmas ornaments, sculpture, photography, etc.

Gallery 26

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum

"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.

ThursdayNov 21

Wade Cota at the Rev Room

The singer-songwriter told American Idol judges, "Nobody without a broken heart can write a song."

Rev Room

The Yarn: "Turkey, Tinsel and Tension"

True stories of family get-togethers during the holidays kick off the real thing.

South on Main

Botanical prints by Williams-Smith, Campbell at ASC

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 […]

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Jonathan Wright: "Darkened Roots"

The artist dedicates the show to his grandparents "to keep their stories alive."

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

Justin Bryant: "Myriad Subtleties"

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."

Thea Foundation

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

Simen Johan

UA Little Rock will exhibit the digital manipulations of the New York photographer.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

Anaïs Dassé: "Saint George"

Feral animals and children populate the narrative drawings of Anaïs Dassé.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Cory Perry: "Consuming Culture"

Fayetteville artist Cory D. Perry is concerned with the way people change the way they present themselves to exist the culture in which they find themselves.

Tessa Davidson: "Saints Re-Formed"

Tessa Davidson of Cabot, assistant professor of art at Harding University in Searcy, is exhibiting 12 oils and a video projection at Argenta Gallery.

Argenta Gallery

25th annual "Holiday Show" at Gallery 26

Gallery 26 packs its walls for holiday art shoppers with works by 61 artists working in all mediums: jewelry, paintings, drawings, pottery, Christmas ornaments, sculpture, photography, etc.

Gallery 26

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum

"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.

FridayNov 22

Museum School Sale

Drawings, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, woodworks, photographs and more by Museum School faculty and students.

Arkansas State Fairgrounds

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

Botanical prints by Williams-Smith, Campbell at ASC

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 […]

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Jonathan Wright: "Darkened Roots"

The artist dedicates the show to his grandparents "to keep their stories alive."

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

Justin Bryant: "Myriad Subtleties"

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."

Thea Foundation

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

Simen Johan

UA Little Rock will exhibit the digital manipulations of the New York photographer.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

Anaïs Dassé: "Saint George"

Feral animals and children populate the narrative drawings of Anaïs Dassé.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Cory Perry: "Consuming Culture"

Fayetteville artist Cory D. Perry is concerned with the way people change the way they present themselves to exist the culture in which they find themselves.

Tessa Davidson: "Saints Re-Formed"

Tessa Davidson of Cabot, assistant professor of art at Harding University in Searcy, is exhibiting 12 oils and a video projection at Argenta Gallery.

Argenta Gallery

25th annual "Holiday Show" at Gallery 26

Gallery 26 packs its walls for holiday art shoppers with works by 61 artists working in all mediums: jewelry, paintings, drawings, pottery, Christmas ornaments, sculpture, photography, etc.

Gallery 26

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum

"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.

SaturdayNov 23

The Joe Cripps Foundation presents An Evening with Chris Maxwell

A lauded Arkansas songwriter and Morrilton native, Chris Maxwell is making a homecoming to celebrate a new album release and to honor a fallen bandmate.

Ron Robinson Theater

Cory Imig: Site Lines

Kansas City artist creates site-sensitive show for The New Gallery.

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

Botanical prints by Williams-Smith, Campbell at ASC

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 […]

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Jonathan Wright: "Darkened Roots"

The artist dedicates the show to his grandparents "to keep their stories alive."

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

Museum School Sale

Drawings, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, woodworks, photographs and more by Museum School faculty and students.

Arkansas State Fairgrounds

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Cory Perry: "Consuming Culture"

Fayetteville artist Cory D. Perry is concerned with the way people change the way they present themselves to exist the culture in which they find themselves.

Tessa Davidson: "Saints Re-Formed"

Tessa Davidson of Cabot, assistant professor of art at Harding University in Searcy, is exhibiting 12 oils and a video projection at Argenta Gallery.

Argenta Gallery

25th annual "Holiday Show" at Gallery 26

Gallery 26 packs its walls for holiday art shoppers with works by 61 artists working in all mediums: jewelry, paintings, drawings, pottery, Christmas ornaments, sculpture, photography, etc.

Gallery 26

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum

"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.

SundayNov 24

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

Botanical prints by Williams-Smith, Campbell at ASC

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 […]

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Jonathan Wright: "Darkened Roots"

The artist dedicates the show to his grandparents "to keep their stories alive."

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum

"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.

MondayNov 25

"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

"Our Fair Ladies," "80 Blue Ribbon Years: Cotton to Cattle"

The Old State House Museum is celebrating the 80th annual Arkansas State Fair with two fair-themed exhibitions.

Old State House Museum

Naomi Safran-Hon: "Refuge"

Naomi Safran-Hon's exhibition "Refuge: Needing, Seeking, Creating Shelter" includes drear fantastical scenes of rubble-strewn home interiors.

21c Museum Hotel

"Selected for You"

New work by Cantrell Gallery's stable of 13 artists will be on exhibit through Christmas Eve.

Cantrell Gallery

Botanical prints by Williams-Smith, Campbell at ASC

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 […]

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

Jonathan Wright: "Darkened Roots"

The artist dedicates the show to his grandparents "to keep their stories alive."

"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

Kathy P. Thompson: "Looking Closer"

The Fayetteville artist has a one-woman show at The Gallery at Midtown Associates.

Gallery at Midtown Associates

Justin Bryant: "Myriad Subtleties"

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."

Thea Foundation

"Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon"

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.

UA Pulaski Tech Center for Humanities and the Arts

Simen Johan

UA Little Rock will exhibit the digital manipulations of the New York photographer.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

Anaïs Dassé: "Saint George"

Feral animals and children populate the narrative drawings of Anaïs Dassé.

UA Little Rock Windgate Center for Art + Design

"Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today"

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibits crystals in art and as art.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Rosenzweig Biennial at ASC

The show will feature work by six Arkansas artists among others.

Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas

"Hats & Pins"

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

Esse Purse Museum
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