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Friday, November 15, 2013

FOCC on Sunday: Hunt Clark, plus McClary on Monday

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Woodwork by Hunt Clark, FOCC speaker on Sunday.
  • Woodwork by Hunt Clark, FOCC speaker on Sunday.

"Power woodcarver" Hunt Clark is the Friends of Contemporary Crafts speaker on Sunday at 5 p.m. at  the Arkansas Arts Center; you can read more about his sculpture here.

Clark is an ArtWORKS visiting artist at UALR and is holding a sold-out workshop this weekend at its Applied Design studios in University Plaza; you can watch him demonstrate even if you're not a participant. 

Also visiting UALR is sculptor and mixed media artist Deborah McClary; she'll give a lecture at 4 p.m. Monday at the Applied Design facility. 

click to enlarge Work by UALR visiting artist Deborah McClary.
  • Work by UALR visiting artist Deborah McClary.

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