by Robert Bell
If you've always wanted to own one of Nate Powell's works of art, you will soon get your chance. Here in a couple weeks, the Historic Arkansas Museum will open "Cross Sections," an exhibit of works from the Dogtown boy made good. The show will focus primarily on work from Powell's graphic novels from the last five years, including the Eisner- and Ignatz award-winning "Swallow Me Whole" and the Booklist fave "Any Empire."
The reception is Friday, April 13 at 5 p.m. and the exhibit runs through June 1. There will be music from Isaac Alexander and a soup tasting from Sharea Soup. Powell's graphic novels will be for sale as well.
Thanks to reader Louise Terzia for the tip.