Museum exhibit celebrates architect Fay Jones
"I never tried to be a little Frank Lloyd Wright," architect Fay Jones said in a video accompanying the Old Statehouse Museum's "Outside the Pale" exhibit. "Mr. Wright himself assured me there was no such thing."
Guest curators celebrate museum’s half-centennial
It's huge and heavy, black and white, a monstrosity of a machine that no businessman could even imagine using nowadays. After all, our phones have calculators on them, right? This adding machine -- state of the art in its time -- is just a piece of the past of a little town called Pettigrew.
‘The Gin Game’ personal to Smokehouse actors
Perhaps Jonelle Grace Lipscomb has the most personal perspective on "The Gin Game," the comedy-drama she's starring in this month with the new Smokehouse Players theater troupe.
Ray LaMontagne finds contentment in the moment
Ray LaMontagne is as erudite and soft-spoken as fans of his thoughtful lyrics would expect him to be.
Pride And Perspective
Charlotte Buchanan-Yale didn't grow up reveling in her Native American heritage. She says she probably has none -- but her "Aunt Isabelle by marriage" did.
Young Actors Guild travels back in time
UA theater season expands in scope, space
It's been a big year for University Theatre. In its 2017-18 season at the University of Arkansas, the student performance company opened a black box theater on the downtown square; hosted the Arkansas premiere of Theatre For One, including seven original works by both local and national writers; and held the first ArkType Festival of New Works, which included the world premiere of three new full-length plays by faculty and MFA playwriting candidates, as well as original 10 minute plays by UA undergraduate students, a new one-person-show and a performance by LatinX Theatre.
APT comedy lets ‘the Big Man’ have His say
"Irreverent" is perhaps the single word that best describes "An Act of God."
Faulkner Center follows in footsteps of great entertainers
While University Theatre is considered the mainstage for the University of Arkansas campus, the Jim & Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center intends to be home to the sometimes smaller, sometimes quirkier performances that can bring the UA and the community together.
FSRAM opens new hands-on gallery
When Louis Meluso came to the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Nov. 1 as its executive director, his first task was gathering artwork for an exhibit remembering John Bell Jr.