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Computer Chronology

Collection captures continuum of technology BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com As millions of Americans sit staring into computer screens — working, video chatting, playing games, buying groceries — there’s a new exhibit

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On The March

Union soldier shares memories via 1862 letter home BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Randy McCrory knows the Vintage Bentonville collections well — no surprise, since the online museum is his baby. And

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Reuse is beautiful focus of Artosphere contest

For the second year, the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville is inviting local artists to engage with Artosphere: Arkansas’ Art + Nature Festival via a photography contest. The venue’s annual

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Hatching A Habitat: Kat Wilson wants to see what’s happening at home

Artist Kat Wilson’s photographic series called “Habitats” was a phenomenon from the moment it was unveiled at the Delta Art Exhibition at the Arkansas Arts Center in 2004. Wilson’s concept

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Five Minutes, Five Questions Artist Hank Willis Thomas

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Hank Willis Thomas estimates it was late 2015 or early 2016 when curators he had known for some time at the Portland Art Museum approached him about

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Blossoming From Her Roots

Director builds community around Rogers museum BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Serena Rothfus Barnett was born at Rogers Memorial Hospital, but her roots in Northwest Arkansas actually go back seven generations —

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Artists share their journeys in ‘Frame of Mind’

“There is everything to be said about cultural survival and the nuanced battles required to protect the core of oneself from annihilation,” reads the promotional material for “Frame of Mind,”

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‘State of the Art’ reshapes conversation, again

From September 2014 to January 2015, some 175,000 visitors viewed a monumental undertaking at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art — a museum record at the time. The museum gained

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From 1619 To Now: Exhibit considers race as challenge, inspiration

The first words on The 1619 Project website are profound: “1619 is not a year that most Americans know as a notable date in our country’s history. Those who do

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This Is The Way We Wash Our Clothes at RHM

If doing the laundry sounds tedious in 2020, roll the calendar back a hundred years or so. “Before the invention of the electric washing machine, doing laundry at home was