UA Little Rock to host ‘Estamos Aqui’ exhibit as part of community reading program

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host an exhibit that features artists exploring their Hispanic and Latin American culture and heritage through contemporary serigraphs, a printed design produced by means of a silkscreen. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host ‘Estamos Aqui’ exhibit as part of community reading program”

UA Little Rock Theatre Department announces 2017-18 line-up

University of Arkansas at Little Rock faculty, staff, and students are invited to join the Department of Theatre, Arts and Dance for its four stage productions of the 2017-18 performance season. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Theatre Department announces 2017-18 line-up”

Luis Urrea

Bestselling author kicks off September Big Read event at UA Little Rock

An award-winning author hailed by NPR as a “master storyteller with a rock and roll heart” will discuss his celebrated novel at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock this month. Continue reading “Bestselling author kicks off September Big Read event at UA Little Rock”

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UA Little Rock students, employees get discounted Arkansas Symphony Orchestra tickets

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is partnering with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to bring musical enrichment opportunities to the UA Little Rock community.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock students, employees get discounted Arkansas Symphony Orchestra tickets”

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UA Little Rock professor assists group working to standardize Chinese Sign Language education

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor traveled to China this summer on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to advise a group of hearing impaired Chinese professors who are working to standardize Chinese Sign Language and start interpreter education programs in Chinese universities.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor assists group working to standardize Chinese Sign Language education”

Razan Shahab-al-Sham (left) and Mouaz Moustafa deliver mattresses and blankets to Syrian refugees taking shelter in Hacipasa, a village on the Turkish-Syrian border. Photo provided by Spark Media.

UA Little Rock to host screening on Syrian Civil War, Q&A with Syrian activist Mouaz Moustafa

In coordination with Arkansas Peace Week, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Middle Eastern Studies Program will host a screening of the film, “Red Lines,” at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, in the Student Services Center Room 104. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host screening on Syrian Civil War, Q&A with Syrian activist Mouaz Moustafa”

Pictures from the No-Type photo exhibit will be on display at Historic Arkansas Museum.

New UA Little Rock photography club holds first exhibit

University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduates and students have started a new photography club and are displaying their skills at the club’s first photo exhibit at the Historic Arkansas Museum
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Complexions Contemporary Ballet. Submitted photo.

UA Little Rock to host ACANSA Arts Festival events

The ACANSA Arts Festival has partnered with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to bring a three-day celebration of the arts to UA Little Rock Sept. 22-24 as part of the annual festival. 
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