The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will hold the next meeting in the Evenings with History series on Tuesday, Dec. 6, at the Historic Arkansas Museum at 200 E. 3rd Street in Little Rock. Continue reading “Kirk to Present “Doing History: Research-Based Teaching & Learning” at Next Evenings with History Event”
The first UA Little Rock Evenings with History lecture of the fall 2022 semester will explore the purpose of Greek and Roman warfare in ancient history. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Evenings with History Lecture to Discuss Warfare in Ancient Times”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host an exhibit that explores William Blake’s, the English poet, painter, and printmaker, views on femininity and masculinity. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Exhibit Exploring Poet William Blake’s Views on Femininity and Masculinity”
A unique partnership between the UA Little Rock Applied Design program and the Historic Arkansas Museum is bringing a reimagining of fine craftsmanship and woodworking skills to life in a new exhibit at Historic Arkansas Museum. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Woodworking Students’ Work Featured in New Exhibit at Historic Arkansas Museum”
The furniture sculptures of Peter Scheidt, UA Little Rock woodworking professor, are on display at the Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock in a new exhibit featuring how local artists have reinvented abandoned objects that might otherwise be considered metaphorically dead. Continue reading “Scheidt’s Woodworking Works on Display at Arkansas Historic Museum”
Jordan Hancock, a rising senior from Benton, is gaining some valuable professional experience by working as an intern at the Historic Arkansas Museum this summer. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Student is Finding her Passion at Historic Arkansas Museum”
Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees are featured in a new art exhibit at the Historic Arkansas Museum that converges around the artists’ observations and thoughts surrounding the aloneness of creating during the COVID-19 era.
If you are in the mood for some art and culture without leaving the comfort of your home, UA Little Rock Downtown is one of the city’s downtown venues participating in Virtual 2nd Friday Art Night on Sept. 11.