University of Arkansas students are sharing the story of the state’s Marshallese community through the Arkansas Atoll podcast.
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The Latino Art Project is a Little Rock-based agency that showcases the work of Hispanic artists like muralist José Hernández.
Elmer Beard, an 83-year-old poet from Hot Springs, is one of eight Governor’s Arts Awards recipients who will be honored in a virtual ceremony Saturday.
The Momentary’s newest exhibition “Diana Al-Hadid: Ash in the Trade Winds” is on view March 5 though June 13.
The Fayetteville Film Fest is funding five projects through the inaugural Micheaux Award, which supports BIPOC filmmakers.
The Arkansas Arts Council is hosting a series of virtual workshops to prepare students for its Poetry Out Loud competition March 13.
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center has issued an open call for original Black history poetry. Winning poems will be performed during a livestream event Feb. 26.
While many of us are missing physical contact with family and friends, especially at this time of year during a pandemic, the elements of togetherness and unity we observe through UMOJA is ever present.
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.