Creativity will run wild — and traffic-free — when the Thea Arts Festival turns downtown North Little Rock into one big, art-stuffed block party, Jennifer Nixon writes in Thursday's Arkansas Weekend section.
This is the third year for the Thea Foundation’s festival, and three blocks of Main Street will be closed to traffic so more than 30 area artists can have free rein, filling booths with paintings, pottery, photographs and other media for perusal and for purchase. They’ll also be there for discussion and to demonstrate their techniques, to give the artwork a more personal stamp.
“It’s a really great way to see a lot of Arkansas’ finest artists in one venue,” says Stacey Bowers, the Thea Foundation’s marketing manager.
Read tomorrow's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for full details.