Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is celebrating the grand opening of its new Children’s Gallery Sept. 18. The exhibit highlights how different is amazing.
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Arkansas organizations are celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with events featuring art, food, music and dance.
In episode 8, Lakisha Bradley, owner of the My-T-By-Design Therapeutic Art Studio, shares how she introduces people to a safe space and pathway to using art to heal and express themselves.
The Arkansas Minority Film & Arts Association will screen nearly a dozen films during its second annual festival Sept. 16-18.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Rogers Public Library is collecting recipes to create a community cookbook.
A new exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art features large photos of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, the Queen of Tejano music.
The BFFoundation is launching Bentonville Way Entertainment, a new production company designed to support underrepresented filmmakers.
In episode 7, Illustrator / Animator J’Aaron “Jae” Merchant on how she views and interacts with the world.
In episode 6, indie Black filmmaker and musician Mike Day shows us how to use bars and beats to feel … and heal.
In episode 5, 12-year-old Cydney Thomas shares her eclectic view of the world – a Black girl in a predominately white space, exploring art as her personal, and very necessary, outlet.
The documentary “Sardis” tells the story of an Oklahoma community washed away during the construction of a man-made lake. It will be screened at the Fort Smith International Film Festival Aug. 14.
In episode 4, poet, writer and actress NaTosha DeVon shares how she uses story and exposure to stand in her truth & heal.
“American Mariachi” features an all-Latino cast sharing a story filled with music, family and love. TheatreSquared is hosting in-person and virtual performances through Aug. 29.
The Bentonville Film Festival is highlighting underrepresented filmmakers. One of this year’s film’s highlights the struggle of homelessness during the pandemic.
The Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation is celebrating the grand opening of the Kalaloka Institute of Fine Arts with a variety of events July 31-Aug. 1.
In episode 3, Brandon discusses how he used photography to cope when a medical issue put his mom in the hospital.
“Marie and Rosetta” wraps up its run at The Rep Aug. 1. The play focuses on the relationship between gospel singers Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight.
In episode 2, Blake shows us how he used the art of dance to connect and get in tune with his body, exploring his limitations.
The Little Rock Black Pride Festival will celebrate Black and Brown members of the LGBTQ community July 23-25.
Our series begins with Synetra’s story — a Black woman who has experienced great trauma in the past year of losing a young child.
The Bentonville Film Festival has announced this year’s selections and 75 percent of the projects are directed by BIPOC filmmakers.
Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts, a statewide program of the University of Arkansas Libraries, is seeking participants for the Arkansas Drag Community Oral History Project.
Arkansans are celebrating Pride Month with parades, pageants and picnics. Several events are planned in Fayetteville and Little Rock over the next two weeks.
West Coast rapper Murs returns to Arkansas June 15 to continue his hip hop open mic and mentorship program called Groundwaves(AR).
Music Moves is celebrating Black Music Month with in-person and virtual performances highlighting a variety of genres including hip hop and Gospel.