The Arts & Science Center opens its biennial juried exhibition for mid-South artists on Thursday, Oct. 10, with a free public reception from 5–7 p.m. The exhibition runs through Jan. 4, 2020.
The Irene Rosenzweig Biennial Juried Exhibition is an opportunity for established and up-and-coming artists to gain recognition and earn cash awards. ASC invites artists in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas to participate every other year.
Arkansas native Chrystal Seawood examines society’s scrutiny and judgment of young black men with a new series of portraits on display at The Arts & Science Center. Boys to Black Men: The Seer is the Keeper of His Dreams. Work by Chrystal Seawood is a series of seven large-scale, bold and vibrant paintings of young men.
The Arts & Science Center held its annual Tinkerfest on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. This year’s Tinkerfest was full of engaging hands-on, sensory-exploring activities: Make-and-take sensory gel pads and stress balls, and an optical illusion station.
The Arts & Science Center invites the public to its annual family-friendly event Tinkerfest from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7. This year’s Tinkerfest is full of engaging hands-on, sensory-exploring activities. The event will also feature a “Sensory Station,” designed to be a soothing, welcoming space for those who can experience sensory overload during public events.
Razzle Dazzle, ASC’s biennial variety show fundraiser, benefits its youth theatre program while shining a light on talent from around Southeast Arkansas. This year, many talented volunteers from the community will take on some of music’s most well known and beloved songs to bring us “Simply The Best.”