Sculpture by Tim Imhauser, graphite drawings by Jason Powers and paintings on plywood by Emily Wood go on display today at the Historic Arkansas Museum in an exhibit named "Creating the Elements of Discovery." The 2nd Friday Art Night reception, from 5-8 p.m. tonight, will also feature a book-signing by Jane Hankins, who's given literary life to her three-dimensional figures in the book "Madge's Mobile Home Park," and music by Sean Rock and Roland Gladden on guitar and upright bass.
The rubber-wheeled trolley will help art lovers troll tonight between HAM, StudioMain, the Butler Center Galleries in the Arkansas Studies Institute, Gallery 221, and the River Market. The trolley ends its run at 8:30 p.m.
A news release about the HAM show says "each artist’s approach makes way for a subtle discovery, into object, person and place."