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Friday, June 14, 2013

Arkansas League of Artists/2nd Friday round up

Posted By on Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 2:37 PM

Sandy Krafts City Lights at the Cox Creative Center
  • Sandy Kraft's "City Lights" at the Cox Creative Center
The Arkansas League of Artists' Spring Show at the Cox Creative Center, 120 River Market Ave., is another stop on tonight's 2nd Friday Art Night trolley route. Down the street, the ArtGroup Maumelle promises live entertainment and painting demonstrations at the Courtyard by Marriott, 521 President Clinton. Featured artist is Lori Weeks. StudioMain at 1423 S. Main is showing UALR student furniture.

At the Old State House Museum, Geoffrey Robson and David Gerstein will perform duos by Kodaly and Handel for violin and cello. The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center opens its Juneteenth celebration with "Voices from the Front Porch," a theatrical performance by S. Juain Young.

And, as previously mentioned:

Butler Center Galleries, 401 Clinton: "Get a Simple Landscape," drawings by Jerry Phillips, along with the "Arkansas Art Educators Youth Art Show."

Hearne Fine Art, 1001 Wright Ave.: "Reflections in Silver: Silverpoint Drawings by Aj Smith and Marjorie Williams-Smith."

Gallery 221, Pyramid Place: Work by Gino Hollander, Jennifer Cox Coleman, EMILE and Mary Ann Stafford.

Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E. Third: "Arkansas Made," “Reflected by Three: William Detmers, Scott Lykens and G. Tara-Casciano,” and “Painting in the Open Air: Day and Night,” work by Jason Sacran. Parkstone will provide music.

The Edge, 301 B Clinton: Work by "Avila," a.k.a. Fernando Gomez, Eric Freeman.

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