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LongHua, a native of China, immigrated to the United States in 1989 under the "extraordinary ability" program. In 1992, he was commissioned to make "Mother Nature," a marble sculpture in front of the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs.
Paintings by Hannah McBroom and Shabana Kauser and woodcuts by Kasey Ramirez, all transplants to Fayetteville, are now on exhibit on the guest room floors of 21c Museum Hotel in Bentonville, part of The Elevate at 21c program for artists living and working near the museum. You do not have to be a guest to see the works; just ask at the desk.
Last week, beloved Fayetteville band the Good Fear put out “Long Gone Brand New,” its first album since 2008. It’s available in limited vinyl form through Max Recordings and local record stores, digitally through iTunes and Apple and for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.
As we ponder the ways in which we are destroying the beauty of nature and human habitat, the exhibition opening May 25 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art should give us a little background in America's regard for and interaction with the environment for the past 300 years.
Celebrated Latina playwright Karen Zacarías’ comedy “Native Gardens” may appeal to you if you are interested in witty cultural commentary, art that critics call ‘woke,’ Latinx art or eavesdropping on neighborhood dramas on Nextdoor.
Little Rock native Steve H. Broadnax III grew up going to shows at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre with his grandmother, and he graduated from Parkview High School. Now the head of MFA Acting in the School of Theatre at Penn State University, Broadnax, 42, will direct The Rep’s upcoming production of “Native Gardens."
Arthur Hash, an assistant professor in the jewelry and metalsmith department at the Rhode Island School of Design, fabricates jewelry that he describes as giving a nod to his "daily carry": Good luck charms, river stones, folding knives — he says all shape his identity.
Amy Garland, John Good, Nick Devlin, Barbara Raney, Rachel Fields, Mandy McBryde, Stephanie Smittle and a host of other musicians hits the stage at 7:30 pm., playing music from Burger's weird, illustrious catalogue.
"State of the Art," a film by award-winning filmmakers Craig and Brent Renaud about the 2014-15 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibition of the same name, will get a free preview screening at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Ron Robinson Theater in the River Market district. The film will then be aired on AETN at 8 p.m. Friday, April 26.
The Mid-Southern Watercolorists' annual juried show, musician Charlotte Taylor and beer by Stone's Throw are all on tap Friday at the Historic Arkansas Museum (2nd and Cumberland streets) for the 2nd Friday Night downtown art fling (5-8 p.m. April 12).