From "Complex Shapes," work by Dustyn Bork.

The Arts and Science Center of Southeast Arkansas in Pine Bluff has opened the exhibition Dustyn Bork: Complex Shapes and Empty Space,” 21 abstract and geometrical works by the Lyon College associate professor of art.

The arts center offers an excellent profile of Bork, his teaching and his family, including his artist wife, Carly Dahl on its website. Bork will demonstrate screen printing and work with visitors to print T-shirts at the arts center Feb. 9. The exhibition runs through April 13.


Also at the arts center: The mini-exhibition “Era of Activism,” 1960s and ’70s posters and prints expressing social commentary, including work from AfriCOBRA artists and more “playful” work, including a Claes Oldenburg print. Artist Kevin Cole and gallery owner Garbo Hearne contributed to the exhibition, which runs through August.