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Friday, September 12, 2014

2nd Friday Art Night: TONIGHT! Times covers! ALA artists! Aj Smith! More!

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Where has the time gone today! Starting RIGHT NOW (really at 5 p.m.), galleries downtown are serving up wine and whatever for 2nd Friday Art Night. Check these out:

click to enlarge ALA artist Sandy Barksdale, at the Butler Center.
  • ALA artist Sandy Barksdale, at the Butler Center.

BUTLER CENTER GALLERIES
, 401 President Clinton Ave.: Annual juried Arkansas League of Artists exhibition, 42 works.

GALLERY 221 & ART STUDIOS 221, Pyramid Place: New works by Tyler Arnold, also work by Kathi Couch, Gino Hollander, Greg Lahti, Mary Ann Stafford, Byron Taylor, sculpture by Siri Hollander, jewelry by Rae Ann Bayless, Sean LeCrone, Emile and Brenda Fowler.

click to enlarge In "All that I Am: A Retrospective," Work by Aj Smith at Hearne Fine Art.
  • In "All that I Am: A Retrospective," Work by Aj Smith at Hearne Fine Art.

HEARNE FINE ART,
1001 Wright Ave.: “All That I Am: A Retrospective,” works on paper by Aj Smith, artist’s talk 6:30 p.m.
 
click to enlarge Cypress poles in fog, by Jack Kenner
  • Cypress poles in fog, by Jack Kenner

HISTORIC ARKANSAS MUSEUM, 200 E. 3rd St.: “Disciplined Inspiration,” photographs by Jack Kenner, art glass by Ed Pennebaker; “40 Years of the Arkansas Times," with music by Finger Food.

OLD STATE HOUSE MUSEUM, 300 W. Markham: Music by Big Silver on the lawn, 5:30-8 p.m. Sept. 12, 2nd Friday Art Night; “Different Strokes,” the history of bicycling and places cycling in Arkansas, featuring artifacts, historical pictures and video, through February 2016; “Lights! Camera! Arkansas!”, the state’s ties to Hollywood, including costumes, scripts, film footage, photographs and more, through March 1, 2015. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m. Sun. 324-9685.

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