Brooks Gibson-Wolfe reflects on her late husband Townsend’s legacy as Arkansas Arts Center director and the impact of a life lived in the arts.
Number 8 Valley Creek View will become the party hub of central Arkansas for the next month to come.
Now in its 15th year, the Arkansas Literary Festival continues its quest to help us deepen and enrich our experiences with the world through books. Here are the authors and events at the top of our itinerary.
Born the year the iconic Disney movie hit theaters, 23-year-old Gerald Caesar takes the stage as Simba in the national tour debut of “The Lion King.” Here, the Broadway actor talks nostalgia, Shakespeare and his favorite song in the Pride Lands.
Ask any of the movers and shakers connected to Thea Foundation why they got involved — what first inspired them to invest their time or moved them to open their wallets — and invariably they will say it all started with the story that became the movement.
Soirée looks back on 20 years of the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas, the only statewide foundation focused solely on women and girls.
The Arkansas Arts Center’s Rana Edgar continues to add innovative new programs to the center’s already impressive lineup.