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Friday, August 11, 2017

2nd Friday Art Night: Photographs from Rohwer, UA Little Rock

Posted By on Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 4:15 PM

click to enlarge "Contiguity," digital photography by Jessica Frazier at HAM.
  • "Contiguity," digital photography by Jessica Frazier at HAM.

It's 2nd Friday Art Night downtown, and that means new art exhibitions to see and music to hear from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Read about the show "The Art of Injustice" at the Butler Center Galleries here and a summary of what's happening at the other participating venues here.

UA Little Rock provided us yesterday with a bit more information on the Historic Arkansas Museum exhibition “Identity of Us” by photography club "No-Type," whose members are both students and graduates.

Members of the club showing their work are Benjamin Deaton, Megan Douglas, Jessica Frazier, Robert Harpool, Trinity Kai, Rayna Mackey, Adrian Quintanar, Nathaniel Roe, Alecia Walls-Barton, Craig Wynn and Dylan Yarbrough.

The name "No-Type," Mackey explained in the UA Little Rock press release, reflects the fact that "no one specific type of photography is used with mediums ranging from digital to analog to alternative process photography.”

It is the club's first exhibit, and runs through Oct. 8.

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