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Art Exhibition: The Road Trip Continues

October 4 - December 1
Ann Maners and Alex Pappas Gallery, Windgate Center of Art + Design
Little Rock, AR 72204

The Road Trip Continues is part two of a survey of American outsider folk art curated by Brad Cushman, Gallery Director for UA Little Rock. This exhibit spotlights creative people that have not always had representation in the established institutions of the art world. Their voices engage in spiritual storytelling, philosophical, political, and pop culture commentary. […]

Care Package Campaign by League of United Latin American Citizens

November 30 - December 27
Free

LULAC is collecting gently used and new items to be donated to El Zocalo Immigrant Resource Center from November 15 - December 15. Boxes for collection are located in Ottenheimer Library, and both in the food court and the book store foyer of the DSC. Items to be collected are: Gently used clothes, blankets, coats, […]

7:30 pm

Percussion Ensemble and Trojan Steel Band

December 1 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall, Fine Arts Building
Little Rock, AR 72204 United States

UA Little Rock Percussion presents their Fall Concert! The UA Little Rock Percussion Ensemble will perform a diverse program of pieces including: “Taxidermy” by Caroline Shaw, written for 12 clay flower pots, vibraphone, and marimba; “RE: Disaster” by Susan Powell, a bombastic, thrilling quintet for five drums; “Desert Sunrise” by Alex Stopa, written for keyboard […]

Percussion Ensemble and Trojan Steel Band

December 1 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall, Fine Arts Building
Little Rock, AR 72204 United States
Free

UA Little Rock Percussion presents their Fall Concert! The UA Little Rock Percussion Ensemble will perform a diverse program of pieces including: “Taxidermy” by Caroline Shaw, written for 12 clay flower pots, vibraphone, and marimba; “RE: Disaster” by Susan Powell, a bombastic, thrilling quintet for five drums; “Desert Sunrise” by Alex Stopa, written for keyboard […]

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