Thursday, March 14, 2013

Current Exhibitions

There is still time to view all of these wonderful exhibits. Come check us out!

Arkansas Society of Printmakers
Butler Center Main Gallery
February 8 - April 27, 2013

The Arkansas Society of Printmakers (ASP) is a community of artists, art collectors, and supporters of the art of printmaking.

We are dedicated to our mission: to generate greater excitement and appreciation for printmaking as a unique art form in Arkansas. We are committed to maintaining the integrity and identity of printmaking among artists by sharing skills and knowledge and thereby encouraging excellence in the field. We accomplish our goals through mentorship, professional critique, collaboration, camaraderie, exhibition, and portfolio exchange opportunities. Our members facilitate community-based workshops, demonstrations and events, thereby increasing community awareness and access to prints and printmaking processes.

Clinton for Arkansas
Butler Center Atrium Gallery
January 11 - April 27, 2013

In the Clinton for Arkansas exhibition, selected materials from the Bill Clinton State Government Project depict Clinton's political career in Arkansas and its impact on the state. Items representing both politics and policy are featured, including materials from his run for Congress in 1974 and his term as attorney general, as well as from his twelve years as governor. In addition, the exhibition highlights campaign memorabilia from 1974 through his second presidential bid in 1996.

From the Vault: Works from the CALS Permanent Collection
Butler Center Concordia Gallery
November 9, 2012 - March 23, 2013

The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) houses more than just books. Managed by CALS's Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, the library's art program also collects and supports artists working and living in Arkansas. This exhibition features historical and contemporary artwork that shows the breadth and quality of art being created in Arkansas. On display in the exhibition will be historical paintings by Donald Draper, small works on paper by Little Rock's own visionary artist Arthur Grain, a spectacular sculpture by Mary Cockrill, and much more.


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