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Friday, July 29, 2011

Weekend gallery going

Posted By on Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 5:12 PM

Hausam, at HAM
  • Hausam, at HAM

I'd like to direct your attention to the calendar section in the right hand column of the home page, where you can click on the art tab and find out exactly what's happening where. For example: Tomorrow at the Arts Center, there's the Norman Rockwell All-American Summer Family Festival, which will include art activities and children's games ($5 per, $20 family). At Boswell-Mourot, paintings by Virginia McKimmey. At Community Bakery, check out work by Susan Henley while you chew your bagel. It's your last chance to see the "State Youth Art Show 2011" at the Butler Center Galleries. Complete your downtown tour with a trip to the Historic Arkansas Museum to catch the photographic exhibit Forgotten Places: Rhonda Berry and Diana Michelle Hausam before it goes down next week.

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