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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

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Spring In Bloom: ‘Flower Power’ blossoms on the walls of Brews

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “I always try to invite a combination of artists who work in different mediums,” says John Rankine of the exhibitions he curates at Brews, a coffee/craft beer

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Touring The Trio: Momentary unveils three new exhibitions

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Bentonville contemporary arts space the Momentary introduced itself to Northwest Arkansas and the art world at large with two monumental exhibitions during its premiere year — in

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Isolation To Congregation: Momentary explores ‘a thousand ways’ to connect

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Our relationship with the telephone has changed dramatically even over the course of one generation. Many remember a time of land lines, before cell phones, when strangers

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Ready To Reopen: MONAH plans to keep the new to showcase the old

“March 2020 changed MONAH’s direction with our temporary closure due to the pandemic,” says Charlotte Buchanan-Yale, director of the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville. “Reinventing MONAH has been

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Cycling Retreat Opens Doors — And Walls — For Arkansas Artists

Cycling retreat makes room for art BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “Natural State Rock & Republic is a cycling retreat — it’s a hub for locals and tourists alike to explore Arkansas

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Legacy Of Liberty: Nelson Hackett Project more than one slave’s story

Nelson Hackett exists only in accounts written by other people. There is no record of any of his own words. Neither is there an image of his face. But Hackett’s

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The Year Ahead: Online, On Campus, Inclusive

Shiloh Museum sets goals for growth in 2021 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Never ask Allyn Lord her objectives for the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History — at least, not unless you