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Friday, March 11, 2011

2nd Friday Art Night

Posted By on Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 1:40 PM

Painting by Angela Green
  • Painting by Angela Green, at Mediums


More art goings-on tonight: Here's a recap of what's happening at tonight's 2nd Friday Art Night art venues (5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at all but Mediums, which is 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.). You can catch a ride on the rubber-wheeled trolley to go from place to place:

The Arkansas Studies Institute, 401 President Clinton Ave.: "Norwood Creech: Selected Works form the Northeastern Arkansas Delta" in the Mezzanine Gallery, "Book Arts 2011," handmade books and journals by Arkansas artists in the Atrium Gallery, "“Anticipating the Future — Contemporary American Indian Art," work from the collection of Dr. J.W. Wiggins in the Main Gallery.

The Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E. Third: “Signs and Signals: Claire Coppola, Michael Davis Gutierrez and Marilyn Nelson,” mixed media, “Game Face Rituals,” paintings by Liz Nobel, “Model Trains of Bill Albright,” Eclectic Collector show.

Mediums Art Lounge, 521 Center St.: Paintings by Angela Green, winner of a Black Essence award.

The Tower Building, 4th and Center Sts.: "5 Women 5," work by Endia Gomez, Jennifer Coleman, Susie Henley, Dee Schulten and Betsy Woodyard.

The Marriott Courtyard, 521 President Clinton Ave.: ArtGroup Maumelle member Lori Pilkington Weeks and Arkansas League of Artists members Kim Bingman, Louise Carlisle, Cathy Klober, Sandy Kraft and Jenelle Richards will be showing their work and demonstrating their craft as well.

Christ Episcopal Church will host a reception for Kathy Thompson, who is showing needlepoint and oils.

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