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Updated 12:00 a.m., Thu December 18, 2014
PHOTO BY: William Harvey

Farrell Ford, executive director of the Clark County Arts and Humanities Council, is shown with the latest exhibit on display at the Arkadelphia Arts Center titled Estamos Aqui (We Are Here), featuring work by Latino/Chicano artists. The exhibit will be on display through Jan. 7.

Arkadelphia Arts Center features work by Latino/Chicano artists

ARKADELPHIA — In an effort to embrace the diversity of the community, the Clark County Arts and Humanities Council is sponsoring an exhibit at the Arkadelphia Arts Center that features work by Latino/Chicano artists. Titled Estamos Aqui (We Are Here), the exhibit includes contemporary serigraphs by 40 artists who attended an artist-in-residence program in Austin, Texas. The exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a division of the Mid-Amer... READ MORE

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