Fall Arts 2017 

A look ahead at all the art, music, theater and film ahead.


The Murphy Arts District aims to make Arkansas's original boomtown boom again
The planned El Dorado makeover launches with a series of big-name concerts beginning Sept. 28.
by Stephanie Smittle

2017 Fall Arts Calendar
From A Giant Dog to Zapp.

Beats, brass and blues: 2017 Fall Arts music preview
A preview of music in Central Arkansas this fall.
by Stephanie Smittle

Stand up, sit down: 2017 Fall Arts fine arts preview
Swing with Stuart Davis at CBM, have a seat at the AAC.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

2017 Fall Arts fine arts calendar
On exhibits at museums around the state.

Places, please: 2017 Fall Arts theater preview
The curtain goes up for fall theater productions.
by Stephanie Smittle

Fall into film: 2017 Fall Arts film preview
Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Horror Fest, Riverdale's Art House Day offer something for all.
by David Koon

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