Soul Crew Intern, Tamesha Monk, chats with Black business owner, Mary Ann, about her restaurant Indigo Blue.
Arts & Culture
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Soul Crew Intern, Tamesha Monk, celebrates her HBCU Homecoming at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
“What is Chinese American food?” Serena Puang wonders in this essay surveying the “fauxthentic” Asian cuisine in Northwest Arkansas. What makes something Chinese American enough?
How UAPB student Gia Turner uses her creativity to excel in her career. Story written by the Soul Crew!
Arkansas organizations are celebrating Black History Month with art exhibitions, film screenings, lectures and a fashion show.
Arkansas native is on a mission to bring diversity and representation to the toy industry with her company Brilliant Girl, which creates dolls and toys that represent realistic little girls of color.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services has added materials in Spanish and Marshallese to its online Update Arkansas toolkits as part of an ongoing campaign to encourage Medicaid clients to make sure their contact information is up-to-date before the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency ends.
Organizations throughout Arkansas are inviting the public to participate in a variety of celebrations for Día de los Muertos.
Arkansans join the national celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Click to find an event or celebration near you!
Northwest Arkansas-based Micheaux Award and Film Labs will team up with Arkansas Cinema Society to host public events and hands-on production training for creators of color in central Arkansas on September 15th and 17th.
Juke joint exhibit exploring how vernacular music or rock and roll relates to what we think of Southern fiction today.
A highlight of Love More Records, its leadership, artists and plans. Artists include Baang, Pura Coco and CEO Raquel Thompson (DJ Raquel).
The Rock Street Market brought local artists and vendors to the Downtown Little Rock district and will work to activate the heartbeat of Little Rock for months to come.
Hiphop has always attracted innovators and trend-setters like Mary Rowe, a performer based in Little Rock. Afroshoujo is blending classical operatic training with rap and hiphop and DIY kawaii magic.
When it comes to the legacy and contributions of African-American musicians, songwriters, and singers it’s no contesting how it has enriched America’s history and diversity.
Welcome to the Juke Joint: Tickets for Blues Legend, Hall of Famer and Two-Time GRAMMY Award winner, Bobby Rush is an up close experience. Learn more about the Juke Joint Project.
The Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas will award 30 scholarships to Latino students during its 24th annual Cinco de Mayo Festival May 7.
Seven of Arts is hosting a poetry slam from 6 to 8 p.m. April 27 at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock.
The new Arkansas Black Music Expo will celebrate African American music with local and regional performers from a variety of genres.
A Mosaic Templars Cultural Center exhibit celebrates 50 years of hip-hop and its far-reaching impact on African American culture.
Two Chinese Americans struggle with finding their place in the world in TheatreSquared’s production of “Tiger Style!” which is on stage through April 10.
Photographer Aaron R. Turner explores the ideas of home and resilience in the Arkansas Delta in an exhibition on display at Walton Arts Center through Apr. 3.
“The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Cultural, and the Sonic Impulse” is on view Mar. 12-July 25 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
After years of conversations and the passage of a federal law, a large portrait of Scipio Jones is on display at a Little Rock post office bearing his name.