Arts & Entertainment
The Laman Library main branch offers two great meeting spaces that can be reserved.Read More »
Maximum capacity: 35
Podium and microphone
By Reservation Only. No Walk-ins.
Rental fee: $25 per day
Maximum capacity: 10
Podium and microphone
Fourteen miles southeast of the city of Little Rock stands Marlsgate Plantation, a stately columned Greek Revival Mansion shaded by ancient oaks and a pecan grove overlooking the waters of Bearskin Lake. Majestically rising amid acres of rice,...Read More »
Founded in 1843, Mount Holly has been called “The Westminster Abbey of Arkansas.” Thousands of visitors come each year. Those interested in history come to see the resting places of the territorial citizens of the state, including governors,...Read More »
Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie "Gone With The Wind." It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez.Read More »
A highlight for visitors traveling Arkansas is the Old Mill, a...
Uncork your inner artist! Bring a friend or two, a snack and your favorite wine, beer or soda. They supply everything needed to complete your masterpiece, including instruction from a talented local artist. At the end of the class, you will have...Read More »
For more than 20 years, Larry Pennington has photographed assignments for advertising, editorial, and corporate accounts. He has extensive knowledge of pre-press, printing, and post photography editing of digital images. A majority of assignments...Read More »
The new Center for Humanities and Arts will include 23 classrooms, 40 full-time faculty offices and additional part-time faculty office space, reception areas, jazz and choir rehearsal space, writing and foreign language labs, an open computer...Read More »
Features antique prints and maps, also wildlife and original watercolors by Amy Hill. Prints by contemporary artists are also available.Read More »
Traditional and contemporary art lovers will discover desired one-of-a-kind accessories from over-sized...
SWAG is a gathering place for women artisans who are tired of creating at the kitchen table or in the garage. We have work spaces, as well as a retail area.Read More »