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Friday, October 16, 2015

Argenta ArtWalk: Hicks, Siebenmorgan, Young, Green

Posted By on Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 10:31 AM


click to enlarge Photo by Kelly Hicks in "Exit Stage Left" at Mugs Cafe.
  • Photo by Kelly Hicks in "Exit Stage Left" at Mugs Cafe.


North Little Rock's after hours art event, the Argenta ArtWalk, tonight features work at eight galleries on and near Main Street downtown, including Mugs Cafe's "Exit Stage Left" (above), photographs of Arkansas Symphony Orchestra musicians by Kelly Hicks. Mugs is at 515 Main St.

Also open 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. will be Greg Thompson Fine Art (429 Main St.), which continues its "Best of the South" exhibition of works by top regional artists; Argenta Gallery (413 Main), which opens a new show of paintings by Vickie Hendrix Siebenmorgan and jewelry by Christie Young; First Presbyterian Church (201 W. Fourth St.), showing "The Essence of Jazz" by Angela R. Green; the House of Art (108 E. Fourth St.), presenting the "Miss Lady Magazine Release Social"; the North Little Rock Heritage Center (506 Main), which has the traveling exhibit "The Great War: Arkansas in World War I"; Laman Library Argenta (420 Main St.), hosting the final night of "Delta des Refuses"; and Claytime Pottery Studio (417 Main). 

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