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story.lead_photo.caption Another Tsunami , curly redwood sculpture by Robyn Horn, is part of “Spatial Differences,” on display Friday-Feb. 21 at Arkansas State University’s Bradbury Art Museum.

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TODAY

ASU exhibitions

Three exhibitions open with a reception at 5 p.m. today and will remain on display through Feb. 21 at Arkansas State University's Bradbury Art Museum, Fowler Center, 201 Olympic Drive, Jonesboro:

• The 2018 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, 60 prints, maximum size 24 by 32 inches, chosen by juror Mary Weaver Chapin, curator of prints and drawings at the Portland (Ore.) Art Museum. A full-color catalog of the entire print exhibition will be available at the opening reception.

• "Spatial Differences," paintings and sculpture by Robyn Horn.

• "Wizards and War Games," backlit works by ASU emeritus professor John Keech, consisting of shapes created through manipulating black oil paint on the reverse of acrylic panels.

Gallery hours are noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday and Friday-Saturday; noon-7 p.m. Thursday; 2-5 p.m. Sunday; and by appointment. Admission to the galleries and the reception is free. Call (870) 972-2567.

FRIDAY

'One Year Down'

"One Year Down: Artists Reflect on the First Year of the Trump Administration," works by 44 artists and 11 poets seeking "to provide a thoughtful and mature visual dialogue as artists respond to events" since Jan. 20, 2017, will "pop up," 6-9 p.m. Friday and 1-6 p.m. Saturday at New Deal Studios, 2003 Louisiana St., Little Rock. The exhibition will be on display by appointment only, Sunday-through Jan. 26. Friday's opening reception will feature poetry performances at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Pop-up poetry events by Karen Hayes and Kai Coggin will also happen Saturday afternoon. Admission is free. A list of participating artists and full schedule of events are available at the Facebook event page, facebook.com/events/313746109142940.

Stepping Out

Dublin Irish Dance's Stepping Out features the sights and sounds of Irish culture through melodies, traditional steps and Celtic instrumentals, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Fine Arts Center, East Arkansas Community College, 1700 Newcastle Road, Forrest City. The show is part of the college's 2017-18 performance season's Spotlight Series. Tickets are $39. Call (870) 633-4480, Extension 352, or visit eacc.edu.

TICKETS

Bon Jovi at Verizon

Tickets -- $23-$154.50 plus service charges -- go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday for Bon Jovi's "This House Is For Sale 2018 Tour" concert, 7:30 p.m. March 20 at North Little Rock's Verizon Arena. There's an eight-ticket limit per household. Call (800) 745-3000 or visit ticketmaster.com or LiveNation.com.

John Keech’s 2014 lightbox Hawk Ghost is part of “Wizards and War Games,” on display Friday-Feb. 21 at Arkansas State University’s Bradbury Art Museum.
Patio Chairs — 2C , three-color lithograph with screenprint by Rebecca McCannell, is part of the 2018 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, on display Friday-Feb. 21 at Arkansas State University’s Bradbury Art Museum.
“One Year Down: Artists Reflect on the First Year of the Trump Administration,” on display this weekend at Little Rock’s New Deal Studios, includes Do Not Fall Back, Do Not Fall Back (shown), acrylic on canvas, by Dominique Simmons with text by Karen Hayes; Viva Vase, ceramic/high fired earthenware by Adrian Quintanar; and Danger, Danger: Bette, Staphylococcus, Trump Troll, Jacks, acrylic, watercolor, gesso, color pencil and marker on paper by Tom Richard.
“One Year Down: Artists Reflect on the First Year of the Trump Administration,” on display this weekend at Little Rock’s New Deal Studios, includes Do Not Fall Back, Do Not Fall Back, acrylic on canvas, by Dominique Simmons with text by Karen Hayes; Viva Vase, ceramic/high fired earthenware by Adrian Quintanar; and Danger, Danger: Bette, Staphylococcus, Trump Troll, Jacks (shown), acrylic, watercolor, gesso, color pencil and marker on paper by Tom Richard.
“One Year Down: Artists Reflect on the First Year of the Trump Administration,” on display this weekend at Little Rock’s New Deal Studios, includes Do Not Fall Back, Do Not Fall Back, acrylic on canvas, by Dominique Simmons with text by Karen Hayes; Viva Vase (shown), ceramic/high fired earthenware by Adrian Quintanar; and Danger, Danger: Bette, Staphylococcus, Trump Troll, Jacks, acrylic, watercolor, gesso, color pencil and marker on paper by Tom Richard.

Weekend on 01/18/2018

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