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Friday, December 17, 2010

Argenta Artwalk tonight

Posted By on Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 9:29 AM

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  • Make earrings like this one at Argenta Bead Co.

Ketz Gallery, Greg Thompson Gallery, Thea Foundation, the Laman Library Argenta Branch and Argenta Bead Co. will have their doors open tonight from 5-8 p.m. for the monthly ArtWalk festivities. At Ketz, NLRSD art teachers Charlotte DeRoche, Angie Shelton, Casey Gorman, Anna Wingfield, Mary Matthews, Lora Matthey, Kristen Malluns, Mona Brossett, Connie Willis and Camilla Landers are exhibiting their work and John Kushmaul's "Cityscapes" continues. At Greg Thompson, Rebecca Thompson's exhibit "Twice Told Tales" continues, and at Thea, there will be kids' activities, a demonstration by Kelly Hargis and an exhibit by the Arkansas League of Artists. Kids 18 and under can register to win a huge art kit as well. The bookworms of Laman Library — the staff, that is — are showing off their artistic side at the branch. And at Argenta Bead, you can make Christmas tree earrings for $3.

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