The Street Corner Symphony, to perform at Connor Performing Arts Center at Pulaski Academy.

The inaugural ACANSA Arts Festival, crafted over the past year by the leaders of Little Rock’s arts community, will kick off Sept. 23 with a cocktail reception at the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion and continue with art, theater, music and dance performances in Little Rock and North Little Rock Sept. 24-28. 

the full schedule. It includes an exhibit of engravings by Evan Lindquist, Arkansas’s first artist laureate, a performance by mime artist Bill Bowers, an organ recital by Hector Olivera, a production of Werner Trieschmann’s “Disfarmer” directed by The Rep’s Bill Hupp, the KALO Trio, the Street Corner Symphony and more. 


Ticket sales will begin later in the month.