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Arts & Culture
Explore features, spotlight stories, interviews & profiles, art exhibits, music, food, dance, other forms of expression, film and more!
The Micheaux Award, offered from the Fayetteville Film Fest, will distribute up to $4,000 for Arkansas-based films.
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is seeking stories and artifacts from Arkansans for its Black in COVID project.
Arkansas artists are receiving funding to support their work which includes the creation of music, poetry, theatre and food.
Prompted by the thought of racism in the afterlife, artist Nick Cave created an expansive installation that examines gender, race and violence.
Tulsa-based artist Johnnie Diacon is painting a Trail of Tears mural as part of a joint exhibition with MONAH and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Musician Big Piph highlights minority creatives across the state in a new Arkansas PBS digital series that debuts Nov. 10.
The Fayetteville Film Fest is launching new initiatives developed by and for the Black, Indigenous and People of Color film community.
Get into the book that explores how emotion shaped Black identity in the 60s — by U of A Associate Professor Dr. Lisa Corrigan.
This powerful documentary, by Denzel Jenkins, describes the history of how Title IX evolved to where it is today and its impact on universities in the United States.