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Friday, September 9, 2011

The monthly art troll: at HAM, Christ Church

Posted By on Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 3:57 PM

A Grey Wall, by Brittany McDonald
  • "A Grey Wall," by Brittany McDonald

The Historic Arkansas Museum is not opening a 2nd Friday show tonight, but it's bringing in the Mockingbird Hillbilly Band to play for folks checking out the exhibits in the galleries: “The J.V. Double: Jorge Villegas and Jim Volkert,” “Digital Exposure: Ross Burnham and Brittany McDonald,” “Playing at War: Children’s Civil War Era Toys,” and “Reel to Real: ‘Gone with the Wind’ and the Civil War in Arkansas.”

South on Scott Street, Christ Church is presenting "Studio 8 Exhibit," the third in a series of exhibitions of work by students of the Arkansas Arts Center's Museum School.

Remember, there are rubber-wheeled trolleys, to get you from place to place, and the event is 5-8 p.m.

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