Arkansas Arts Center

Young creatives, take note! Submissions for the Arkansas Arts Center‘s 56th Young Arkansas Artists exhibition will open Dec. 1, which means you’ve got one month to gather your best works—or create some new ones. The juried show is open to all Arkansas students in grades K-12, including those currently being homeschooled. There are no restrictions …
Whether or not you have children, you are probably familiar with “Schoolhouse Rock,” the series of animated educational shorts that originally ran on Saturday mornings from 1973-1985. The Emmy-winning series, with its colorful characters and catchy tunes, gained an almost cult-like following, as the show’s wacky inhabitants “Interplanet Janet” and “Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla” became household names and …
The Arkansas Governor’s Conference on Tourism, taking place March 3-5 in Hot Springs, provides the perfect opportunity to gain information to help your tourism industry business. For example, the panelists for the Tuesday session, “A $ensible Approach to Growing Tourism,” are Todd Herman of the Arkansas Arts Center; Sandy Edwards from Crystal Bridges Museum of American …
Once upon a time there were three little pigs and three billy goats gruff.  The little pigs were sent out into the world by their mother to seek their fortune. Follow their escapades as the Big Bad Wolf tries to trick them into letting him into their individual houses. The Three Billy Goats Gruff have …