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The Sounds In Silence: Sculpture installations encourage compassionate listening

Focus your attention completely on your hearing. What do you notice? Close your eyes. Do you note even more sounds? Perhaps if you’re at home, or in an office, you

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Iconic Art Comes Home: FSRAM opens expansion with artist John Bell Jr.

If you fell in love with the iconic Fort Smith scenes by artist John Bell Jr. exhibited in 2018, the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum has exciting news. Bell’s work,

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Ready For Her Closeup: Eureka Springs reveals loving links to Hollywood

For Eureka Springs mover-and-shaker Jeff Danos, it all started a few years ago with a “Bad Movie Night.” The series he initiated, screened at the Eureka Springs City Auditorium, showcased

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Making Emma Avenue ‘Famous’: Historic hardware store becomes unique art gallery

As downtown Springdale enjoys a whole new vibrant life — with people strolling, shopping, dining and drinking — it boasts one attraction unique to Emma Avenue. The historic Famous Hardware

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Appreciate The Ordinary: Connection creates magic in mundane places

It might sound like Galen Hunter’s art is utilitarian. “A lot of the buildings I paint are not important in terms of being anything more than a shelter for a

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Better Together: Fenix artists find lifeline in liminal space

Liminal: 1. of, relating to, or situated at a sensory threshold : barely perceptible or capable of eliciting a response liminal visual stimuli 2: of, relating to, or being an

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Stopping Time: Photographer shares ‘quiet’ images in T2 exhibit

Photographer Wesley Hitt calls himself an introvert. That’s OK — his work speaks plenty loud enough for him. Since he was 22 years old, the prolific Hitt has been making

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Five Minutes, Five Questions: Hoxxoh Joins The Unexpected

The Unexpected started as a mural festival — making Fort Smith an unexpected city of murals. Now in its seventh year, it returns to the River Valley — and to its roots

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Iconic Innovators: Founders of Eureka Springs art scene recalled

As far as artist John Rankine is concerned, the rest of Northwest Arkansas is just playing catch up. Eureka Springs was the first community in the region to showcase visual

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Focused Forward: Museum celebrates past, envisions expanded future

It’s been a phenomenal decade for mid-America’s burgeoning American art museum. And just as we’ve been looking back, so too has Crystal Bridges. The museum’s newest temporary exhibition, “Crystal Bridges