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ACO season celebrates diversity

Subscriber onlyThe Arts Center of the Ozarks recently released a glimpse into its 2018-19 season and, says Executive Director Kathleen Trotter, the goal of the arts organization is to include even more of the community than in the past. Continue reading...

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Music All Week Long

AMP schedule bursting with talent

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Unexpectedly Familiar - Organ puts a little depth in jazz

Organ puts a little depth in jazz

Subscriber only"These are some guys that are taking the Hammond B3 organ to kind of different places, but his is a groovin', soulful, bluesy, funky sound. It's kind of greasy, you know? And it tastes really good." Continue reading...

Rock 'N' Roll Presidency

‘Louder Than Words’ explores music’s role in democracy

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Vibrant Visions - Artists reveal the magic in minutiae

Artists reveal the magic in minutiae

Subscriber onlyThere are threads that link the artwork of Lauren Fensterstock and Amber Cowan -- although it's likely neither woman has thought much about them. They're obvious, though, in speaking with them both in relationship to the exhibit "The Bleak and the Burgeoning," open this summer at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Five Minutes, Five Questions Lizzy Lehman

Subscriber onlyEverything Lizzy Lehman does musically is very personal -- including her band name: Carry Illinois. Continue reading...

Sticky Situation

Amazeum celebrates birthday with ‘Tape and Tunnels’

Subscriber onlyDustin Griffith got wrapped up in a sticky job this summer at the Scott Family Amazeum. As lead exhibits developer, he was tasked to package a new offering, titled "Tape and Tunnels: Ordinary Materials, Extraordinary Uses." Continue reading...

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Two Minutes, Two Questions: Photographer Julie Blackmon

Subscriber onlyRobert Mann Gallery in New York will present the newest exhibition from artist Julie Blackmon through the end of July at a pop-up space on the Bentonville downtown square. "Midwest Materials" is an exploration of "the mythical in the ordinary" of Blackmon's life as she and her four sisters raise children in the Ozarks in the 21st century through fictional images. The award-winning artist took a few minutes to answer these questions for 'SUP. Visit nwaonline.com/features/whatsup for the full interview. Continue reading...

Not Just For Fun

WAC workshops teach kids valuable skills

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas teens with a penchant for the performing arts -- be it on or off the stage -- are in luck. Continue reading...

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Sonic Explorations

Band finds technology can be a good thing

Subscriber onlyIndie pop/rockers Houndmouth didn't set out to create a concept album when they were writing tracks for their third record, "Golden Age." But when they looked back on the group of songs that would make up the album, an undeniable theme emerged by happy accident, shares bassist Zak Appleby. Continue reading...