UALR alumna and artist Cyrene Quiamco. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III.

Snapchat Queen to kick off lecture series at UA Little Rock Downtown

UA Little Rock graduate Cyrene Quiamco, who has made a career as a social media artist, will kick off the inaugural C. Earl and Kathy Ramsey Distinguished Lecture at 6 p.m. Sept. 18 at UA Little Rock Downtown, 333 President Clinton Ave. Continue reading “Snapchat Queen to kick off lecture series at UA Little Rock Downtown”

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UA Little Rock Downtown offers first for-credit courses

UA Little Rock Downtown has reached another milestone with the addition of the center’s first for-credit class offerings for the fall 2019 semester.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Downtown offers first for-credit courses”

UA Little Rock Downtown to host morning of physical and financial wellness on June 22

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is offering a chance for people to put their physical and financial wellness in shape during one fun-filled morning.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Downtown to host morning of physical and financial wellness on June 22”

UA Little Rock Downtown to showcase local art

UA Little Rock Downtown will exhibit works by two local ceramics artists and a painter on June 14 for this month’s Second Friday Art Night on June 14 from 5-8 p.m. at UA Little Rock Downtown, 333 President Clinton Ave. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Downtown to showcase local art”

UA Little Rock Downtown lecture to highlight ‘Future of Academic Medicine’

Dr. Cam Patterson, chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, will discuss “The Future of Academic Medicine” at the next UA Little Rock Downtown Lecture Series on Wednesday, June 26. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Downtown lecture to highlight ‘Future of Academic Medicine’”

CALS, UA Little Rock to host scholar on race

Acclaimed scholar Richard T. Hughes will speak on “Understanding White Supremacy: Why We Must Hear Black Voices” on June 11 as part of the Central Arkansas Library System’s Rabbi Ira E. Sanders Lecture Series, presented in partnership with UA Little Rock’s Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity. Continue reading “CALS, UA Little Rock to host scholar on race”

Arkansas Literary Festival features UA Little Rock poet, Equinox launch

UA Little Rock poetry professor H.K. Hummel published her first poem when she was just 21 after winning the grand prize in a love poetry contest. She has since published numerous poems, co-founded an online poetry journal, and written a creative writing guide now being used in college classrooms across the country. This weekend, she’s one of the featured authors at the 2019 Arkansas Literary Festival. Continue reading “Arkansas Literary Festival features UA Little Rock poet, Equinox launch”

UA Little Rock faculty to discuss wedding dress culture, fashion history

Yslan Hicks, chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at UA Little Rock, will discuss the cultural and fashion history of the wedding dress as part of University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Weekend University on Saturday, April 20. Continue reading “UA Little Rock faculty to discuss wedding dress culture, fashion history”