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Terra Studios opens Bluebird of Happiness Museum

Just southeast of Fayetteville is one of the most whimsical places in all of Northwest Arkansas. With happy little trolls, a labyrinth, and a wizard’s cave and chair, Terra Studios

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Climate change topic for Native American Cultural Celebration at MONAH

It all started as one little boy’s interest in Scouting, which added Native American “history and lore” to what he already knew of his Cherokee heritage. Over the years since

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WAC artists consider others as self, world in crisis

Visitors to the Walton Arts Center are often exposed to new perspectives through what they see on the stage, but a new exhibit in the Joy Pratt Markham Gallery invites

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FSRAM showcases Chinese cartoons filled with joy, togetherness

You never know what you’ll find in the permanent collections of the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum! Right now, for example, you can see something you probably wouldn’t expect on

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Art, Elevated: Local, unique works showcased at 21C

When Danielle Hatch was setting up her photographic shot “My Body Was a Lonely House” that would be used in the Elevate installation series at 21C Museum Hotel, her 10-year-old

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So Many People To Meet: Shiloh Museum shares newly digitized photos

The photo collection at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale is massive, one that both locals and people from across the country make use of for all manner

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‘Bless Their Hearts’: Church’s ‘judgey’ paintings good for a giggle

“People are judgey. Growing up in the South, people are judgey out loud — bless their hearts,” laughs Caity Church. An artist perhaps better known on the Arkansas Public Theatre

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‘What Follows Is True’: Sean Fitzgibbon debuts non-fiction graphic ‘novel’

If the phrase “graphic novel” makes you think of elves, anime characters and super-heroes, Sean Fitzgibbon wants to encourage you to adjust your expectations. A Fayetteville artist and recent Artists

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Gorgeous Art, Good Cause: Show and sale benefits River Valley charities

You don’t have to be a seasoned art buyer, have deep pockets or come all gussied up to find your way around and make a purchase at the Art on

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‘We The People’: Exhibit illuminates history in defining moments

Arkansans interested in seeing the founding, historical documents of our country need not go all the way to Washington, D.C., this summer. All it takes is a quick drive down