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A Place To Call Home: Artists of Northwest Arkansas open new Rogers gallery

As a new presence on the Rogers art scene, the Artists of Northwest Arkansas hope to bring to the table “a wide array of art, art workshops, educational opportunities and

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Rusty, dusty delights: Treasures abound at The Junk Ranch

When Amy Daniels and Julie Speed first started The Junk Ranch eight years ago, they couldn’t have known that it would grow into the event that it is today. The

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‘Stasis And Change’: Art flows from wellspring of covid solitude

In a spring when many of us find ourselves on the precipice of leaping back into normal life after a year spent isolated from our normal routines, Art Ventures President

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Prepare To Party, People: CACHE welcomes back community, creators

The objective for the May 21 Art Party CACHE is hosting is three-fold: to introduce the community to the new CACHE Studios in Bentonville; to welcome artists and the community

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Perfectly Themselves: Fenix Arts exhibit ‘Pronouns’ focuses on trans community

“For me, ‘Pronouns’ was inspired by a need in our society to grow,” says Jewel Hayes, co-curator of the new exhibit on show this month at Fenix Arts in Fayetteville.

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Perfectly Themselves: Fenix Arts exhibit ‘Pronouns’ focuses on trans community

“For me, ‘Pronouns’ was inspired by a need in our society to grow,” says Jewel Hayes, co-curator of the new exhibit on show this month at Fenix Arts in Fayetteville.

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To Sleep, Perchance To Dream

Artist finds solace in moments of nighttime solitude If you love a homegrown story that takes you back to your Arkansas childhood, you probably already know the voice of Sandra

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Pieces Of The Past: Museum on a quest for the oldest quilts in Rogers

Right now, the oldest quilt in Rogers is officially a “Whig Rose” pattern made in 1858 by Mary (Polly) Miller. She was the mother of Temperence Van Winkle, whose husband

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Seasoned By The Journey: Artist brings all her experiences to her brush

Carol Hart took the road less traveled — and loved every minute of the journey. But now, she’s in a hurry to make up for lost time. After completing a

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Invitation For Reflection: Artists mine struggle, memory in exhibition

For more than seven decades, since its inception, the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum has hosted a national competitive exhibition to recognize and encourage professional artists, as well as foster