“All She Needed to Do” deals with the meaning of loss, memory and connection through photographic artifacts and spaces. The exhibit was inspired by Duvall’s grandmother’s 96-year life.
Audience members will travel through the space in groups, using their phones to view the augmented reality in spaces they go through.
White’s rendition of a badger is far from the Arkadelphia High School logo so many are used to. This black-and-white badger is done in tribal style and — some residents have argued — looks even more vicious than the athletic program’s badger.
Scenes from the 2022 Arkadelphia Festival of the Arts
As Farrell Ford approaches 90, the Clark County artist responsible for promoting the local art community reflects on her accomplishments of late.
“Germinal,” a sculptural installation exhibit, is found on the first floor, while “Estamos Aqui,” an exhibit of prints by Latino artists, is located in the second-floor gallery.
The opening and reception for an art exhibition honoring Farrell Ford and her contributions to the arts in Clark County will be held Tuesday, Sept. 27.