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The 2021 Small Works on Paper, an annual touring visual arts exhibition that showcases the work of Arkansas artists, will open at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18, in the Windgate Center of Art + Design at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock at 2801 S. University Ave.
“We are excited to be able to recognize the wonderful and diverse talent of visual artists throughout Arkansas,” said Stacy Hurst, secretary for the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism. “Small Works on
The visual arts exhibition will be on display through Sept. 27. The gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The gallery is closed on weekends and university holidays. No opening reception is planned.
The Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of Arkansas Heritage, coordinates the exhibition and makes it available for loan to qualifying galleries around the state. The 2021 exhibition kicked off in January at East Arkansas Community College in Forrest City.
The 2021 Small Works on Paper
Small Works on Paper is a juried visual art exhibition that showcases artwork no larger than 18-by-24 inches. Now in its 34th year, the exhibition spotlights Arkansas artists who are members of the Arkansas Artist Registry, an online gallery.
The 2021 Small Works on Paper
“The 2021 Small Works on
The following artists were selected to participate in the exhibit:
Tony Baker, of Little Rock
Win Bruhl, of Little Rock
Ian Scott Campbell, of Batesville
Gary Cawood, of Little Rock
Susan Baker Chambers, of Little Rock
Kinya Christian, of Springdale
Taylor Dolan, of Fayetteville
Laura Fanning, of Little Rock
Terra Fondriest, of St. Joe
Ike Garlington, of Little Rock
Neal Harrington, of Russellville
Tammy Harrington, of Russellville
Diana Michelle Hausam, of West Fork
Crystal Jennings, of Rison
Kimiara L. Johnson, of Pine Bluff
Stephen Koch, of Little Rock
Pat Langewis, of Hot Springs Village
Sandra Marson, of Jacksonville
Dennis McCann, of Maumelle
Moises Menendez, of Magnolia
Cindy Momchilov, of Little Rock
Eloa Jane Pereira, of
David Rackley, of Russellville
Lynn Reinbolt, of Searcy
Kendall Schulz, of Bentonville
Gary Simmons, of Hot Springs
About the Arkansas Arts Council
The Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of Arkansas Heritage, advances the arts in Arkansas by providing services and supporting arts endeavors that encourage and assist literary, performing and visual artists in achieving standards of professional excellence. In addition, the Arkansas Arts Council provides technical and financial assistance to Arkansas arts organizations and other providers of cultural and educational programs. Other agencies are the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, Arkansas State Archives, Delta Cultural Center in Helena, Historic Arkansas Museum, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center and the Old State House Museum. Funding for the Arkansas Arts Council and its programs is provided by the State of Arkansas and the National Endowment for the Arts. Arkansas Heritage is a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism.