UA Little Rock Downtown, located at 333 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas, is designed to engage the community, facilitate conversation, and address regional issues and solutions through evolving programs centering on the changing needs of central Arkansas.
UA Little Rock Downtown comprises two distinct spaces, a museum-quality room housing the Joe Jones Mural “The Struggle of the South,” and a multi-purpose room with a view of President Clinton Avenue and the historic River Market District. The space is suitable for professional and educational receptions, lectures, and meetings, and workshops. The two spaces are separated by doors.
Due to the historic and sensitive nature of the Joe Jones mural, all reservation requests must clarify the event type and purpose. UA Little Rock affiliate reservations may be subject to review and approval by the Downtown Usage Committee. All external requests will require Committee approval before booking.
If requesting the Mural Room, the stated event purpose and intent must align with the themes of the space. Events that demonstrate a need or a synergy with the themes of the Mural Room may use the entire space—examples might be a lecture on artistic archival research or a class in Arkansas History.
For assistance or any questions about UA Little Rock Downtown policies, please call the Office Administrator at 501-916-3330. Thank you!