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Art OverView

Exhibits light up North Forest, area galleries for holidays   Now Sunshine School Art — Through Nov. 12, the Bentonville Branch of the First National Bank of NWA. A new

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Fantastic Forms

Crystal Bridges explores namesake in unique new exhibition JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com One might be surprised to learn it’s taken eight years for a museum named Crystal Bridges to present an

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Process Puts Strength In Songs

Staples builds backyard studio to expand creativity JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com When you’ve released a few records as a musician, it can be easy to fall back on tried and true

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Five Minutes, Five Questions: Artists Pat Hennon and Robert P Gordon

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com The new exhibition at Fenix Fayetteville explores gender, ambiguity and the relationship between feminine and masculine expression in the gallery’s first two-person show. “Unbalancing / Jerkbait: Paired

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Art For Art’s Sake

Art galleries reflect, affect region MARY JORDAN mjordan@nwadg.com Opinions differ on whether Northwest Arkansas has enough galleries and buyers to support a hoped-for growing arts scene. No one’s measuring —

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Pieces Of The Past

‘Boonsboro’ rural pottery on display in Cane Hill LYNN KUTTER lkutter@nwadg.com For Lawrence McElroy, director of arts and culture for Historic Cane Hill, a new public exhibit on rural potters

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Afternoon Delight

Hot Springs big band takes dancers back in time HELAINE R. WILLIAMS Arkansas Democrat-Gazette It’s early in the nearly three-hour performance in the second-floor ballroom at the historic Arlington Resort

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Back In Blue

Blue Man Group leaves Fayetteville ‘Speechless’ JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Three inquisitive, hilarious, rocking men with bald heads and blue skin have been thrilling audiences across the world for more than

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The Flavors Of Jazz

Artists keep music entertainment, not education JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Peter Martin says it was the “improvisation, freedom, communication, groove and joy” he first heard in jazz that drew him to

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Art OverView

Hands-on opportunities add to gallery experiences Now “Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment” — Featuring 100 artworks from 70 eminent US collections, through Sept. 9, Crystal Bridges Museum of American