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Friday, November 9, 2007

Friday To-Do: Show Your Shorts Night

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SHOW YOUR SHORTS NIGHT
5 p.m., ACAC Arts and Resource Space. $5.

After years of hosting art and fashion shows and putting together concerts, the Arkansas Community Arts Cooperative finally has a space of its own. Located at 1419 S. Main St., the new ACAC headquarters is open seven days a week with an art library and soon, the group promises, free wi-fi access. Also up is the “10+10” art show, a mix of work by established and emerging local artists that opened when the space did a month ago. This Friday, the ACAC hopes to draw Little Rock's film community with a night of short films. The selection is billed as “random,” which ACAC's Alex Moomey clarified as assorted favorites from members' collections. Moomey said the cooperative hopes Friday's event will spark interest in using the space for film clubs or discussion groups. Ultimately, Moomey said, ACAC hopes the community will dictate the cooperative's mission. Community: Put on your thinking cap.

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