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Friday, June 8, 2012

New venue: Curran Hall

Posted By on Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 11:09 AM

David Bell and Dixie Rogers inaugurate Curran Hall (Little Rock's Visitor Information Center) as the newest venue in the 2nd Friday Art Night art troll downtown tonight, bringing the total participating art venues to 11. Ride the trolley and enjoy the wine.

Also on tonight's trolley route:

The Butler Center Galleries, 401 President Clinton Ave., which has opened "Pattern in Perspective: Recent Work by Carly Dahl and Dustyn Bork," painting and printmaking by the Batesville artist couple.

Christ Episcopal Church, 509 Scott St., which is showing "Art Musings," work by clients of the Creative Expressions program of the Arkansas State Hospital.

The Courtyard at the Marriott, which is showing TheArtGoup Maumelle, with Debby Hinson as featured artist.

Design Inspirations, a new clothing, jewelry and art store at 300 River Market.

Gallery 221, 221 W. Second St., which is showing work by Jennifer Cox Coleman, Catherine Rodgers, Larry Hare, Cynthia Ragan and others.

The Green Corner Store, 1423 Main St., which has postcard art by George Wittenberg.

Hearne Fine Art, 1001 Wright Ave., which is showing work by 24 artists who've been with the gallery for 24 years in "Montage 24."

Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E. Third, where the Blue-Collared Greens will provide music, Diamond Bear Brewery will offer beer tastings and the new exhibit of recent acquisitions, "A Collective Vision," is up.

The Old State House Museum, 300 W. Markham, where "Battle Colors of Arkansas" is on view.

StudioMain, 1423 S. Main St.: The "Main Street Student Competition," designs by UA architecture students for a future Main Street (vote for the People's Choice Award!).

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