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3×3 Three Minutes, Three Questions Artist Mary Judge

“‘Grammar of Ornament’ explores the interdisciplinary practices of contemporary artists who sit at the intersection of art and design to consider the ways that ornament can create visual languages.” That’s

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Maker’s Space: A Natural Photographer

Bentonville man’s work graces cover of magazine LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Bill Petrunich and his wife, Phyllis, of Bentonville have willingly put themselves in the path of Alaskan brown bears

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Second Season

Something For Everyone Fort Smith’s Young Actors Guild plans 2018 LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Fort Smith’s Young Actors Guild’s production of “Wonderland: The Real Story” opens on Feb. 15 and

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More To Know

Missy Gipson, executive director of Fayetteville’s newest community theater, Pilot Arts, announced the theater would be offering a selection of classes starting Jan. 28 for adults and children. Tuition is

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Room For Improvement

Workshops and classes offer all kinds of learning LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com You know the drill: New Year, New You. Luckily, Northwest Arkansas is full of classes and workshops that

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Lights, Cameras, Audiences

Film festivals finding their own niches in NWA Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas film festivals continue to expand their reach, fostering artists and films that receive national attention. The Past

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Lights, Cameras, Audiences

Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas film festivals continue to expand their reach, fostering artists and films that receive national attention. The Past 540 Film Fest was the area’s first film

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Beyond Buying

True spirit of Christmas found at Alternative Gift Market LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville has been hosting its Alternative Gift Market on the first Sunday

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Maker Space: Clarke Buehling puts heart, soul into music

Take a look at the photo on musician Clarke Buehling’s website — cleverly called “Buehling Banjos” — and you’ll see a distinguished photo of the man himself. Buehling stands with