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Friday, April 12, 2013

Sunny night for 2nd Friday, with mint juleps

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Melissa Gills Prayer for Love
  • Melissa Gill's "Prayer for Love"

Second Friday Art Night, from 5-8 p.m. tonight, will be unusually festive: The Historic Arkansas Museum, which is showing photographs by 11 members of the Blue Eyed Knocker Photo Club and “Phenomena of Change: Lee Cowan, Mary Ann Stafford and Maria Botti Villegas,” will distract gallery-goers with lessons in how to make a mint julep from David Burnette, bartender at the Capital Hotel Bar and Grill. Jazz musician Tim Anthony will be in concert at the Old State House. Printmaker and Hendrix College assistant professor Melissa Gill will talk about her work, "Prayer for Love," and there will be live music at the Butler Center Galleries of the Arkansas Studies Institute. Marsha Hinson will be the featured artist for the ArtGroup Maumelle at the Courtyard Marriott. Hearne Fine Art is throwing a birthday party for artist Frank Frazier, whose work is on exhibit there. The show “Bridging the Burden: In Their Shoes" continues at the Cox Creative Center and studioMAIN is honoring the late architect Rick Redden.

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