• Indomitable: African American artists in 'On Their Own Terms' at UA Little Rock

    Indomitable: African American artists in 'On Their Own Terms' at UA Little Rock

    January 14, 2019
    UA Little Rock is, once again, proving the folly of ignoring African-American art, with the exhibition “On Their Own Terms,” which opens Jan. 17 at UA Little Rock’s Windgate Center of Art and Design. /more/
  • Indomitable: African American artists in 'On Their Own Terms' at UA Little Rock

    January 14, 2019
    UA Little Rock is, once again, proving the folly of ignoring African-American art, with the exhibition “On Their Own Terms,” which opens Jan. 17 at UA Little Rock’s Windgate Center of Art and Design. /more/

    Ernie Kovacs centennial puts focus on TV genius' fuzzy but groundbreaking archive

    January 23, 2019
    Kovacs was the "Mad" magazine of the boob tube. /more/

    Hogs short on players

    January 17, 2019
    When Arkansas started SEC play by sneaking out of College Station, Texas, with a really shaky victory over those pernicious Aggie types, it all seemed so simple, right? The formula for some degree of success in what is shaping up to be a rough-and-tumble league in 2018-19 was set: The Hogs could ill afford to be so reliant on the three-pointer, they had to be aggressive defensively, and they had to figure out some way to get their short, inexperienced bench to contribute. /more/

    Terrible showing from Hogs

    January 10, 2019
    Young basketball teams — we’ll routinely exclude those at Duke, Kansas, Kentucky and the like, which feature top-tier talent at every position — really struggle to find cohesiveness. Arkansas’s 2018-19 men’s squad is often described as the “youngest team in America” because there are no seniors and only a single scholarship upperclassman (junior forward Adrio Bailey) on the roster. /more/

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    'Photographing Frida,' the artist as art: coming to the Arts Center

    Frida Kahlo was every much an artist as her on-again, off-again husband, Diego Rivera, but her personal glamor has gotten as much, if not more, attention as her paintings. The Arkansas Arts Center is exhibiting images of the artist in "Photographing Frida," opening Feb. 1.

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