Come experience fun and interactive science experiments like creating expanding ghost with three simple ingredients: baking soda, vinegar and water! Join ASC for our October Family Fun Day.
OPENING RECEPTION - BOYS TO BLACK MEN: THE SEER IS THE KEEPER OF HIS DREAMS. WORK BY CHRYSTAL SEAWOOD
Albert, Chrystal Seawood
Sponsored by Simmons Bank
Focus on Flowers by Inis Ray — Best in Show, 2018 Pine Bluff Art League Juried Exhibition
Sponsored by Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Co.
Sponsored by Relyance Bank and the Arkansas Arts Council
ASC is partnering with the Arkansas Humanities Council (AHC) to host a community forum. Members of the community are invited to come and learn about the Arkansas Humanities Council and to share ideas and interests in projects related to the humanities.
There is no cost to attend.
“Let’s Talk”: The International Day of Drumming and Healing is a locally organized gathering and part of a national initiative taking place across the country and internationally June 19. Organized nationally by 400 Years of African American History Commission, with the local event coordinated by Pine Bluff community leaders.
Wild Flower II, Lourdes Valverde, acrylic on canvas
Arkansas food and travel writer Kat Robinson returns to ASC for a program on her latest book, Arkansas Food: The A to Z of Eating in the Natural State.
Sponsored by The Pine Bluff Area Community Foundation, an affiliate office of the Arkansas Community Foundation, Inc.
1109 Layers of Steel, Robyn Horn, steel, 2007
Sponsored by the Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Faith Anaya of Kids Cook! leads this fun workshop for ages 10 and up. Kids will make a nutritious menu and eat what they have made! Parents are invited for tastes at the end of class. (Due to space limitations and logistics, we request that adults not participate in the kids’ cooking activity.)
Max capacity: 12 students