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Simplicity Endures

Museum exhibit celebrates architect Fay Jones BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “I never tried to be a little Frank Lloyd Wright,” architect Fay Jones said in a video accompanying the Old Statehouse

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Shall We Gather?

Shiloh Meeting Hall ready to get busy BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Even its greatest admirers admit that the newly refurbished Shiloh Meeting Hall is “elegant in its simplicity.” In other words,

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Pride And Perspective

MONAH considers contemporary Native America BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Charlotte Buchanan-Yale didn’t grow up reveling in her Native American heritage. She says she probably has none — but her “Aunt Isabelle

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Step Back In Time

Dogpatch lives again in new documentary BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com The story has to start way back in 1934, when a cartoonist named Al Capp envisioned a place called Dogpatch. “It’s

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Maker Space: The Art Of Beauty

Makeup artist and Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week board member Jodie Arrington Franklin can size you up in five seconds and tell you what color palette would look best on your

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The Art Of Beauty

Makeup artist and Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week board member Jodie Arrington Franklin can size you up in five seconds and tell you what color palette would look best on your

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Camp Shadow

Elm Springs remembers spirits of the past Confederate Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn rested his Army of the West — 10,000 troops — at Elm Springs on March 5, 1862,

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‘He Is An Activist’

D’Ander Jones works for diversity in region Fayetteville activist D’Andre Jones has a habit of seeing a need and stepping in to see if he can solve it. Take, for

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Belief System

You must drink your morning coffee to have a conversation with Kat Wilson. The celebrated visual artist is perpetually firing on all pistons, and her ideas — which come fast

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Three Minutes, Three Questions: Andrew Markus Bell

Google Andrew Markus Bell, and the descriptors that appear are tantalizing: “Global contemporary,” “abstract pointillism,” “contemporary art,” “art abstract.” “In the process of intense personal excavation, I developed skills I